Royal Caribbean never fails to impress. Offering extraordinary amenities, fantastic accommodation options and an array of itineraries across their fleet, there’s something for the whole family on a Royal Caribbean cruise.
Its fourth Oasis Class ship, with a capacity of 6,680 guests, Symphony of the Seas is home to dozens of features that are bound to have guests in awe, from the seven beloved neighbourhoods, to the onboard surf simulator, Flowrider, and the Splashaway Bay waterpark. With 16 decks of fun and 23 eateries, it’s clear to see why Symphony of the Seas is a popular choice for guests of all ages.
If you want to see Symphony of the Seas in all of its glory, you’re in for a treat. As currently on Channel 4 you can watch the Billion Pound Cruise, giving you an exclusive behind the scenes look at the facilities onboard, as well as how the incredible ship keeps on schedule and the fantastic 2,200 crew members that make each guest’s experience unforgettable.
Who owns the billion pound cruise ship?
As mentioned above, the billion pound cruise ship, Symphony of the Seas is owned by the Royal Caribbean Group. Known as the World’s largest cruise ships, other ships in the Oasis Class include Wonder of the Seas , Harmony of the Seas , Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas.
Where can I watch the Billion Pound Cruise?
The Billion Pound Cruise was first aired on Channel 4 on the 22nd October 2020. However, all episodes are now available on All 4. Alternatively, you can catch the first episode again on Channel 4 tomorrow (4th January 2023) at 11:05pm.
Billion Pound Cruise Ticket Price
The price of Symphony of the Seas cruises will depend on which itinerary you choose. There are so many different itineraries to choose from, including transatlantic cruises across from the US to the Mediterranean, Eastern Caribbean sailings and Western Mediterranean itineraries. Varying in duration and dates, you’ll be able to find a Symphony of the Seas cruise that works for you.
Billion Pound Cruise Ship Holidays
You can explore our vast collection of sailings on the billion pound cruise ship that are spread throughout the year. Here is a list of the most popular Symphony of the Seas sailings:
- Eastern Caribbean & Perfect Day from Miami - 13th January 2023 (9 nights)
- Spanish Transatlantic from Miami to Barcelona - 8th March 2023 (13 nights)
- Western Mediterranean from Barcelona- 14th May 2023 (7 nights)
Other popular sailings include:
- Southern Caribbean cruise from Fort Lauderdale - 8th March 2024 (9 nights)
- Western Caribbean cruise from Fort Lauderdale with Miami Beach Stay - 15th March 2024 (9 nights)
Watch the Billion Pound Cruise now and get an incredible backstage view of the out-of-this-world Symphony of the Seas and see why so many people are choosing to book their next cruise holiday on this incredible cruise ship!