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Icon Of The Seas

Posted By: ENTS STORE | Posted Date: Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Icon Of The Seas

The worlds biggest cruise ship is packed with the latest fun and entertainments


... including a thrill ride as in a surprising moment the skywalk's floor drops and guests start swinging 154 ft / 47 m above the sea.


Royal Caribbean is redefining the cruise industry with its latest ship, the Icon of the Seas. This $2 billion floating resort is largely booked until 2026. At 248,663 gross tonnage it is approximately 5 times the size of the Titanic.


Spanning nearly 1,200 feet, the cruise ship has 20 decks, which makes the Icon of the Seas the world's largest cruise ship.


It's a city at sea, accommodating up to 7,600 passengers in 2,805 staterooms and nearly 10,000 people, including the crew. The ship offers different experiences that include:


  • seven pools (one is the largest on any ship) 
  • onboard water park with six water slides,
  • theaters
  • casino
  • 40 dining and drinking spots
  • ice skating rink
  • zip line
  • surf simulator
  • rope course
  • golf course
  • sports court
  • karaoke
  • Broadway shows


Crown's Edge zone (another fleet-first) combines a glass-bottomed skywalk (positioned off the superstructure's midship-portside), ropes coursezip-line, bumper cars, water slides.  


Icon of the Seas has 20 total decks (18 guest decks) and eight neighborhoods.


Five of the neighborhoods – AquaDome, Thrill Island, Chill Island, Surfside and The Hideaway – are completely new to Royal Caribbean.


Thrill Island is home to the Icon of the Seas' best amenities.


Adrenaline addicts can get their fix at the water park's six slides, surf simulator, and Crown's Edge rope course that suspends participants more than 150 feet above the water.


For more nervous travelers, this area also has a sports court, mini-golf course, and rock climbing wall.


Push the boat out and stay in the Town House Apartments complete with indoor slide, karaoke and game consoles.


















Article: Paul Hanna




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