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Watts Helps Launch the World’s Largest Cruise Ship, Harmony of the Seas

BLÜCHER® Products on Largest Cruise Ship in the World

On May 12, 2016, the world’s largest cruise ship, Harmony of the Seas, set sail from a shipyard in Europe, bound for delivery to its owner, Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines. BLÜCHER®, a world leader in stainless steel sanitary discharge systems aboard cruise ships, had a hand in its successful launch.

The manufacturer started construction on this massive ship in 2013. Thanks to their long-standing collaboration with BLÜCHER on previous projects, the skill of the teams, and the renowned quality of BLÜCHER products, they chose BLÜCHER as a supplier for this project.

BLÜCHER has made a special commitment to the drainage needs of the marine industry. Cruise ships, ferries, yachts, merchant and navy vessels, as well as off-shore installations, all depend on the performance of our solutions at sea where good hygiene and light-weight systems are essential.

Cruise Ship Harmony
The Harmony of the Seas is the widest cruise ship ever built and taller than the Eiffel Tower. It can carry 6,360 passengers. BLÜCHER supplied its stainless steel sanitary discharge systems.

The Harmony of the Seas is the widest cruise ship ever built. Taller than the Eiffel Tower, it is 1,187 feet long and boasts more than 2,500 staterooms, 20 dining venues, 23 swimming pools, and a park with more than 10,000 plants and 50 trees. It can carry 6,360 passengers.

Cruise Ship Harmony
The Harmony of the Seas en route. BLÜCHER marine sales department, customer service center, production department, logistics department, and management teams in both France and Denmark worked to make this project a success.

The BLÜCHER marine sales department, customer service center, production department, logistics department, and management teams in both France and Denmark worked to make this project a success.

The manufacturer expressed its gratitude for the partnership with BLÜCHER and looks forward to continuing this successful collaboration.