Royal Caribbean has revealed renderings of the world’s biggest cruise ship set to join its fleet next year — the Icon of the Seas.
The ship will sail year-round out of Miami, with seven-night Eastern and Western Caribbean vacation options.
There will be eight themed neighborhoods including Thrill Island, Chill Island, Surfside, the Hideaway, Aquadome and more.
Thrill Island will house the largest waterpark at sea, with six record-breaking slides, according to a press release.
Four pools will be located within the Chill Island neighborhood, which will also have a swim-up bar.
Watch a video of what the ship will look like in the media player at the top of this article.
“With each new ship, we raise the bar in the travel industry while enhancing what our guests know and love,” said Jason Liberty, president and CEO of Royal Caribbean Group.
Vacationers can start booking experiences starting Tuesday, Oct. 25 for departures in 2024.
Current prices average around $1,000 per person for the lowest-price sailing option.
Icon of the Seas will also be the first Royal Caribbean ship with fuel cell technology powered by liquified natural gas, one of the cleanest burning marine fuels.
“Now more than ever, families and friends are prioritizing experiences where they can bond and enjoy their own adventures. We set out to create a vacation that makes all that possible in one place for the thrill-seekers, the chill enthusiasts and everyone in between, without compromise,” said Michael Bayley, president and CEO of Royal Caribbean International.