Royal Caribbean International has officially welcomed the Icon of the Seas, a groundbreaking cruise ship, to its fleet after seven years of planning and 900 days of design and construction. The ship’s delivery ceremony took place at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Turku, Finland, with more than 1,200 crew members and workers in attendance.
The state-of-the-art passenger cruise vessel touched water off the coast of Finland.
The First-of-its-kind Vacation Returns from its Initial Sea Trials, the Next Construction Milestone Ahead of its Debut in January 2024
It’s a record-breaking start for the new era of vacations. Fresh off the heels of revealing the first look at Icon of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International saw its single largest booking day in its 53-year history when reservations opened for the cruise line’s first Icon Class ship.
A new era of vacations starts here. Royal Caribbean International has revealed the first look at the highly anticipated Icon of the Seas, the Icon of Vacations. Arriving in late 2023 ahead of its January 2024 debut, the first Icon Class ship will be the travel industry’s first-of-its-kind combination of the best of every vacation.