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Icon of the Seas Review

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Icon of the Seas will be Royal Caribbean International's first Icon-class ship when it joins the fleet in 2023. Carrying around 5,600 passengers, it will feature new eco-friendly propulsion systems.

Icon of the Seas Deck Plans Have Yet to be Announced

To date, Royal Caribbean has not released any details about the interior of the ship and the onboard features, but passengers can expect to see some firsts for the line. Michael Bayley, Royal Caribbean's President and CEO, has hinted: "We look forward to revealing more of the game-changing features our guests and crew have in store as she begins to take shape."

Icon of the Seas Will Be First in Royal Caribbean Fleet with LNG Power

Under construction at Finland's Meyer Turku shipyard, Icon of the Seas and its siblings will be the first Royal Caribbean ships to be powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) to reduce emissions. The ship will incorporate other environmentally friendly technologies, including using shore power when in port.

Bayley added: "We made our commitment to making clean power at sea a reality, and soon the norm, when Icon-class was first announced in 2016, and we're excited to see construction underway on what will truly be a ship unlike any other."

When Will Icon of the Seas Make its Maiden Voyage?

Icon of the Seas is scheduled to enter service in fall 2023, with a debut in Southampton in the UK. Details of the maiden voyage will be announced at a later date.

Where Will Icon of the Seas Homeport?

Bayley has said that Icon of the Seas will homeport in Miami after it debuts in the UK.

What Itineraries Will Icon of the Seas Sail?

Icon of the Seas is scheduled to debut in the UK for a short fall 2023 season. After that, it will move to Miami, Bayley said.

Icon of the Seas Specs

Icon of the Seas will be 200,000 gross tons and carry some 5,600 passengers at full capacity.

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