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Know about the largest cruise ship in the world- Icons Of The Seas

Holidaying in a luxury resort may no longer be on the bucket list of travel enthusiasts in 2024. But what if we ask you to spend your vacation in a high-end $2-billion floating resort on the sea? In a groundbreaking feat of modern engineering, the world’s largest cruise ship has been unveiled, setting new standards in luxury, size, and innovation. This colossal vessel, named “Icons of The Seas,” is five times the size of the iconic ship Titanic.

A Monumental Achievement with Luxury and Comfort 

The Icons of The Seas, referred to as a luxurious floating abode by travel experts & avid cruisers, is Royal Caribbean’s new cruise ship. Let’s know more about this officially declared biggest cruise ship in the world:

· This is a 1,200-foot-long and 250,800 gross-ton vessel with tower stories above the waterline that looks like a multilayered birthday cake.

 · This wonderful service ship boasts 20 decks and can house about 7600 people, along with 2,350 crew at a time.

 · It features state-of-the-art amenities, including a wonderland whimsical striped carousel, a 17,000-square-foot water park with multi-coloured twisting waterslides for kids and adults, a casino, multiple theatres, a shopping mall, and 40 variety of gourmet dining and drinking options. 

· The ship has seven swimming pools at sea, including the first cantilevered infinity pool, the largest 40,000-gallon swimming pool and the largest ice arena where people can skate or watch a performance. 

· The onboard entertainment options are equally impressive. The largest orchestra at sea keep passengers entertained with ensembles of musicians, Broadway-style shows, a resident golden retriever, performance of “The Wizard of Oz,” complete with flying monkeys. 

· Passengers aboard the “Icon of the Seas” can indulge in 2805 luxurious and finely crafted staterooms including suites.

 · The most attractive and unique aspect of this gigantic Royal Caribbean floating cruise resort is its commitment to sustainability. The largest cruise ship in the world is powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) and operates with advanced waste management systems and energy-efficient technologies. 

 · A seven-day trip can cost you anywhere between $3500- $1,00,000. Thinking of onboarding this fantastic ship and experiencing luxurious cruising? Sorry to let you know that you are in Queue! The Icon of the Seas is fully booked till 2026.  

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