As the captivating glow of Miami's coastal skyline warmly embraces the majestic entrance of Royal Caribbean's Icon of the Seas at the lively Port Miami, Indian travelers are invited to embark on an extraordinary seven-night journey.
This floating marvel, scheduled for its maiden voyage on January 27, 2024, promises an enchanting exploration of the Eastern and Western Caribbean, with a special rendezvous at Royal Caribbean's private haven, Perfect Day at CocoCay.
The Icon of the Seas, a maritime wonder stretching an impressive 1,198 feet, transcends the conventional concept of a ship.
It stands as a floating city, a beacon inviting Indian travelers to embark on a seafaring odyssey like no other.
Towering at 20 decks and boasting a weighty gross tonnage of 250,800, the Icon of the Seas stands as a maritime marvel. With a capacity for 9,950 souls, including 7,600 guests, it transforms into a floating metropolis, inviting Indian travelers to set sail into uncharted waters.
Undeterred by debates, Royal Caribbean unveils plans for the Star of the Seas, signaling a commitment to innovation and pushing maritime boundaries for the Indian audience.
The Icon of the Seas unfolds as a tapestry of luxury with 2,805 staterooms across 28 categories, including family infinite balcony cabins with playful bunk beds, adding a familial touch for Indian adventurers seeking opulent quarters.
Indian travelers are promised a culinary odyssey with 40 dining venues, including a whimsical swim-up bar, a global food hall, and the familiar aroma of Starbucks.
The entertainment spectrum spans from the mesmerizing AquaDome theater to captivating ice-skating spectacles.
The Surfside neighborhood emerges as a charming enclave, ideal for Indian families. A boardwalk allure, carousel delights, and a dedicated water play area create a haven for families seeking adventure and relaxation.
Thrill-seeking Indian travelers find sanctuary on Thrill Island, the world's largest water park, on a cruise ship.
Six towering water slides, including the tallest at sea, and the adrenaline-pumping Crown's Edge ropes course ensure every moment onboard is infused with excitement.
Exclusive suites, resembling private neighborhoods, promise Indian travelers the epitome of opulence.
The highly anticipated maiden voyage, scheduled to depart from Port Miami on January 27, offers Indian passengers a unique AquaDome theater experience and an ice-skating rink, adding a touch of glamour and modern maritime luxury.
Explore the 2024 itineraries, ranging from approximately $1,800 to $2,200 (₹144,000 to ₹176,000) per person, and discover diverse ports of call, including the Bahamas, Mexico, Honduras, St. Maarten, and St. Thomas.
Conveniently based in Miami year-round, the Icon of the Seas not only offers a voyage but also provides an opportunity to discover vibrant destinations, making it an ideal choice for those seeking the perfect blend of relaxation and adventure on the high seas.
The Icon of the Seas isn't just a ship; it's a floating narrative of modern maritime exploration crafted for Indian travelers. As it sails into the horizon, India watches, eager to be part of a new chapter in cruising. Symbolizing innovation and luxury, the Icon of the Seas invites Indian adventurers to set sail into a new era where every wave promises a tale of opulence and excitement. Embark on this maritime journey and be part of a new chapter in cruising history.
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