Icon of the Seas is the first cruise ship to use solar power as its main source of energy, reducing its carbon footprint and fuel consumption.
Icon of the Seas has a lush green oasis in the middle of the ship, with over 12,000 plants, trees, and flowers, creating a serene atmosphere for guests.
Icon of the Seas boasts the tallest slide at sea, with a 10-story drop that reaches speeds of up to 9 miles per hour, thrilling adrenaline seekers.
Icon of the Seas features a spectacular outdoor theater that hosts high-diving, acrobatic, and aquatic shows, with a backdrop of the ocean and the sky.
Icon of the Seas has a futuristic bar where robotic arms mix and serve drinks, while guests can order from a digital menu and watch the show.
Icon of the Seas offers a unique dining experience at Wonderland, a restaurant inspired by Alice in Wonderland, with whimsical decor and creative cuisine.
Icon of the Seas has a virtual reality trampoline park, where guests can bounce, soar, and explore different worlds, using VR headsets and bungee cords.
Icon of the Seas has the most luxurious suite at sea, with two bedrooms, a living room, a dining area, a private balcony, and a 270-degree view of the ocean.
Icon of the Seas visits Royal Caribbean’s private island, Perfect Day at CocoCay, where guests can enjoy water slides, zip lines, pools, beaches, and more.
Or Tap HERE For NEXT
Icon of the Seas has 20 decks, 7 pools, and the largest waterpark at sea.
Found this valuable? Please share with others. Thanks For Reading!