BMA visit to the world’s largest passenger ship “Symphony of the Seas” during its inaugural visit to The Bahamas

Posted on: 22nd November 2018

The world’s largest passenger ship, SYMPHONY OF THE SEAS (228,081 gross tonnage), made her inaugural call to Nassau on Wednesday 14 November.

Staff from the Nassau office visited the ship and, after a brief meeting with Capt. Rob Hempstead and Staff Capt. Jeffry Thomaes, took a tour of the ship.  SYMPHONY OF THE SEAS is the fourth “Oasis” class vessel built for Royal Caribbean Cruises and was delivered from the Chantiers de l’Atlantique in Saint Nazaire, France in March 2018.

Picture from Left to right: Stephen Keenan (BMA Deputy Director), Patricia Pinder (BMA Administration Officer), Katie Clarke (BMA Nassau Branch Manager), Capt Rob Hempstead, RCCL Staff Captain Jeffry Thomaes, Monique Lightbourne (Finance Assistant), Kenneth Carey (Technical Officer)