The largest cruise ship in the world is leaving Miami for its first cruise.
The Icon of the Seas, the largest cruise ship in the world and the flagship of Royal Caribbean, is getting ready for its eagerly awaited virgin tour, which will leave Miami on January 27.
After docking in Ponce, Puerto Rico, for regulatory checks, the ship, which is reputed to be the largest in the world and is astoundingly 365 feet long, just finished last health checks.
The Icon of the Seas, which has a capacity of up to 5,610 guests and 2,350 team members, is expected to port in Miami on January 9 to begin its first seven-day Caribbean voyage.
From Miami, this mega-ship will provide year-round excursions to the Eastern and Western Caribbean, including sought-after locations like St. Maarten, Mexico, Saint Thomas, and Royal Caribbean’s distinctive private island, Great Day at CocoCay in the Bahamas.
Depending on the plan and travel dates, different send room rates are available. The Western Caribbean cruise, scheduled for February 17, 2024, has suites starting at$ 3,443 per person for the most opulent experience, while the cheapest option starts at$ 1,581 for each person.
On October 19, 2024, the Eastern Caribbean cruise will cost$ 1,007 per person, increasing to$ 2,879 for a more lavish room.
As the Icon of the Seas gets ready to set sail, anticipation grows, ensuring that passengers seeking the best Caribbean experience aboard this ground-breaking maritime marvel will have a spectacular and memorable sail experience. SOURCE: The Largest Cruise Ship in the World Is Established for First Voyage from Miami