Royal Caribbean’s second Icon Class ship has already been named Star of the Seas. The new ship, currently under construction in Finland, will sail in the summer of 2025 to join the new era offered by Icon Class.
Star of the Seas will be the cruise line’s third ship powered by Liquefied Natural Gas, combining the use of the much cleaner burning marine fuel.
The new Icon will include six water slides, seven pools; Surfside, an all-day neighborhood for young families; air, ice, water and stage entertainment.
It will have a gastronomic offer with more than 40 dining and drinking options, so Michael Bayley, president and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, said the idea is to combine the best of each type of vacation, so Star of the Seas will be the next answer to the record demand of almost a year.
It is recalled that Royal Caribbean will premiere new calls with its ship Icon of the Seas from Miami until 2026, so it has already opened sales three months earlier.
In addition to the seven-night voyages to the private island Perfect Day in CocoCay and will visit new destinations such as Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic; and San Juan, Puerto Rico.