Royal Caribbean's Star of the Seas has opened bookings for its inaugural season.
The Icon-class cruise ship offers 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean cruises beginning August 17, 2025.
Cabin prices start at $1,496 per person for inside cabins, with balcony cabins beginning at $2,186 per person.
Star of the Seas Bookings Open
Royal Caribbean International has marked a new era in its cruising history with the opening of bookings for the Star of the Seas, the second in its groundbreaking Icon Class. Scheduled to make its maiden voyage on August 17, 2025, the mega cruise ship is already generating excitement among cruise enthusiasts.
Star of the Seas will offer 7-night cruises alternating between Eastern and Western Caribbean sailings from its homeport of Port Canaveral, Florida. The cruise ship’s inaugural journey will feature stops at the Royal Caribbean’s private island Perfect Day at CocoCay, St. Thomas, and St. Kitts, offering passengers a diverse and enriching travel experience.
Crown & Anchor Society members received their first pick of cabins when early bookings opened on December 5. Bookings for the general public begin today, December 6, 2023.
As of early Tuesday, the pricing for inside cabins starts at $1,496 per person, outside-view cabins at $1,776 per person, balcony cabins at $2,126 per person, and suites at $3,186 per person. These prices reflect the initial booking rates and are subject to change as the sailing date approaches.
At the time of writing, bookings are open from the inaugural sailing of August 17, 2025, to April 19, 2026.
Star of the Seas Set to Break Records
Star of the Seas is a marvel of modern cruise engineering. The second Icon-class cruise ship is expected to be similar in size and amenities to its sister ship, Icon of the Seas. We expect the ship to be approximately 250,800 gross tons, with accommodations for up to 7,600 passengers at maximum capacity. Including crew members brings the total onboard population to around 10,000 people.
In addition to its size and passenger capacity, the Star of the Seas stands out for its eight neighborhoods and environmental commitment. It will be the third ship in Royal Caribbean’s fleet powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG), underscoring the cruise line’s dedication to sustainable practices.
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