SHE’S on her way.

The world’s biggest and newest cruise ship will arrive in Southampton next week to prepare for her first ever sailings.

Harmony of the Seas is the latest mind-blowing ship from Royal Caribbean Cruises and is packed with amazing firsts.

At 227,000 tons in weight and at 1,187ft longer than the Eiffel Tower is tall, Harmony of the Seas will glide into Southampton tomorrow.

Built at a cost of £800m, the vessel is so huge it contains its own central park which is serviced by a lift which doubles as a bar.

Robotic barmen will serve cocktails at the ship’s Bionic Bar, and activities on board include two Flowrider surf machines, rock climbing walls, sports courts, a Youth Zone, sports zone and even a zip line ride over the ship’s own boardwalk and carousel ride.

Guests will be able to experience The Ultimate Abyss, a sensational ‘dry’ slide with a 100ft drop, and Perfect Storm, three water slides on board that will deliver the brave into a champagne bowl that swirls passengers around.

The ship has 16 restaurants, including Jamie’s Italian, numerous bars, and entertainment includes the stunning Aqua Theatre, ice shows and the Main Theatre which can seat 1,800 guests for Broadway hit Grease.

Harmony of the Seas will carry 6,000 passengers who are equipped with GPS tracker wrist bands to help them find their way around the giant vessel and also access its many attractions.

With a top speed of 22 knots, Harmony of the Seas is the latest of the Royal Caribbean fleet and joins sister ships Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas, the largest cruise ships afloat. Her first cruise from Southampton will leave on May 29. Harmony of the Seas will then debut in Barcelona before travelling to her home port in Florida.