Royal Caribbean's new Symphony of the Seas℠ has just debuted today at Port Canaveral early in the morning (EST). The world's biggest cruise ship till date, the Symphony of the Seas can accommodate a whopping 6,680 passengers. The massive cruise ship has arrived in the United States for the first time today since it first started sailing in April on Mediterranean itineraries.

The Symphony of the Seas will call Royal Caribbean's new cruise terminal at the Port of Miami home. According to news report, the humongous vessel is scheduled to depart for Miami later on in the day at around 5pm local time. There will, of course, be a celebratory ceremony for the Symphony of the Seas.

The Symphony of the Seas will take holidaymakers to some of the best destinations out of Miami starting this month. What's more, the new cruise ship promises that you will never run out of things to do or places to dine at onboard. From thrilling glow-in-the-dark laser tag and catching a wave on the FlowRider® surf simulator to indulging your sweet tooth at Sugar BeachSM and feasting on made-to-order rolls at Izumi Hibachi & Sushi, guests aboard the Symphony of the Seas sure have lots of options. There are plenty of show stoppers (quite literally) and bars, too. Families can also enjoy family-friendly activities and create memories that last.

For those who are looking to visit Royal Caribbean's private destination Perfect Day at CocoCay, keep in mind it will be a while more before the exciting private destination is made available - Perfect Day is scheduled to make its debut in May 2019. What are some of the highlights one can look forward to? For one, it will feature the tallest waterslide in North America, the biggest wave pool as well as freshwater pool in the Caribbean, the first overwater cabanas in the Bahamas and more.

Denise Bay is a staff writer at GET.com. Email: denise.bay@get.com.