Royal Caribbean Accepting Bookings for World's Largest Cruise Ship

Royal Caribbean cruise ship Serenade of Seas in Portland, Maine

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Miami, FL - Royal Caribbean has announced that bookings are now open for its newest ship, Icon of the Seas, which is set to set sail from Miami in 2024.

This ship marks the first in Royal Caribbean's Icon Class cruise ships, representing a significant addition to their fleet since 2014.

Icon of the Seas is a massive 20-deck high ship, weighing 250,800 tons.

It can accommodate up to 7,600 passengers, making it over 6% bigger than the Wonder of the Seas.

The ship will also be 10 feet longer than the Wonder of the Seas.

Icon of the Seas will visit destinations that include Royal Caribbean's private island, Perfect Day at CocoCay, as well as Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, and San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Its inaugural voyage is scheduled for January 27, 2024, and it will claim the title of the world's largest cruise ship.

Travelers interested in booking their seven-night voyages can do so through Royal Caribbean's official website.

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