Royal Caribbean International this week had the largest booking day in its 53-year history after reservations opened for the cruise line’s new ship, Icon of the Seas.
Royal Caribbean unveiled the new ship on October 20 as “the first of its kind combining the best of every vacation”, with the versatility to satisfy every vacationer, family member and “adventurer”.
“The enthusiasm and excitement for Icon is undeniable in more ways than one,” said Michael Bayley, president and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, in a statement. pronunciation. “The incredible response we’ve received from our loyal guests, vacationers new to cruising, crew members and travel partners keep rolling in, and this is just the beginning. We can’t wait to share more of what Icon has in store in the future. next months.”
Icon of the Seas is five years in the making and includes “firsts and reimagined favorites.” The ship has eight “neighborhoods” ranging from “Thrill Island” to “Chill Island”, offering 28 different room categories.
Icon will sail year-round, with seven vacations in the eastern and western Caribbean departing from Miami and debuting in January 2024.
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