Royal Caribbean opens bookings for Icon of the Seas

The first Icon Class ship will be the travel industry’s first-of-its-kind combination of the best of every vacation.

Royal Caribbean opens bookings for Icon of the Seas

The first Icon Class ship will be the travel industry’s first-of-its-kind combination of the best of every vacation.

Royal Caribbean has revealed the first look at Icon of the Seas ahead of its January 2024 debut. The first Icon Class ship will be the travel industry’s first-of-its-kind combination of the best of every vacation.

Sailings will be available to book on Royal Caribbean’s website on Tuesday, October 25. Crown & Anchor loyalty members can look out for special access on Monday, October 24.

Icon’s lineup features a variety of firsts and favorites for everyone including the largest waterpark at sea, and more ocean views and pools, plus a blend of more than 40 new and returning dining, bar and nightlife options, and cutting-edge entertainment.

Michael Bayley, President and CEO, Royal Caribbean International said: “Now more than ever, families and friends are prioritising experiences where they can bond and enjoy their own adventures. We set out to create a vacation that makes all that possible in one place for the thrill-seekers, the chill enthusiasts and everyone in between, without compromise. It’s this first-of-its-kind combination that makes Icon the future of family vacations.” royalcaribbean.com

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