High Seas Cruising
Royal Caribbean’s new Icon of the Seas will become the largest cruise ship in the world, with an internal volume of 250,800 GT, a length of 1,198 ft.
Special materials help prevent bacterial buildup. This is especially useful in saving time between flight cleanups.
Category 6 is the biggest waterpark at sea with 6 record-breaking slides
Icon of the Seas features 6 pools and 9 whirlpools including the world’s first suspended infinity pool at sea
Spacious new cabin choices designed for families
A three-story stateroom designed for families with an in-suite slide, cinema, karaoke, and a spacious balcony.
Icon of the Seas is scheduled to debut on January 28, 2024. The cruise ship will sail year-round for 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean vacations from Miami. Every itinerary on Icon of the Seas will visit Royal Caribbean’s Perfect Day at CocoCay in the Bahamas.
The Aquadome on Icon of the Seas takes aqua shows to the next level by taking combining artistry and cutting edge technology.
Royal Bay Pool is the largest pool and features the cruise line's first swim-up bar.
Icon of the Seas features eight neighborhoods: Thrill Island, Chill Island, Surfside, The Hideaway, Aquadome, Suite Neighborhood, Royal Promenade, Central Park