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Royal Caribbean International has begun accepting bookings for Star of the Seas, the ground-breaking addition to its Icon-class fleet. Passengers may expect new designs and special amenities when the ship departs from Port Canaveral (Orlando) in August 2025.
The Star of the Seas, Royal Caribbean’s second ship in the new Icon-class fleet, is now taking bookings for its first voyages. Bookings are likely to outpace Royal Caribbean’s stunning first Icon-class ship, Icon of the Seas, which broke every single day booking record in the cruise line’s 53-year history when it started taking bookings in October 2022.
The ship will be docked in Port Canaveral, Florida, and her maiden voyage is scheduled for 24 August 2025. Cruisers will find 7-night itineraries to both eastern and western Caribbean destinations.
Adventurers can island hop in luxury on their next iconic holiday in the eastern or western Caribbean destinations and The Bahamas. The newly opened vacations feature idyllic locales like Basseterre, St. Kitts & Nevis; Cozumel, Mexico; Philipsburg, St. Maarten; Roatan, Honduras; and San Juan, Puerto Rico. Plus, guests can look forward to relaxing or going out on every getaway at Perfect Day at CocoCay.
The cruise line’s one-of-a-kind private island destination features everything from 13 waterslides to the largest freshwater pool in the Caribbean and The Bahamas, as well as the island’s first adults-only oasis, Hideaway Beach (opening January 2024), with a private beach, pools and spots for drinks and bites, exclusive cabanas, live music, and more.
Following the historic response to the first in the Icon Class series, Royal Caribbean is introducing a distinctive combination of experiences to Port Canaveral (Orlando) for the first time.
The best of every vacation, from the beach retreat to the resort escape and theme park adventure, will be featured across eight neighbourhoods that are destinations in themselves, including Thrill Island, Chill Island, AquaDome, the tranquil oasis by day and a vibrant hot spot at night; and the open-air Central Park.
With more than forty ways to dine and drink, cutting-edge entertainment on the cruise line’s four iconic stages – air, ice, water, and theatre – and a lineup of activities for adults, kids, teens, and the whole family, everyone can make memories their way every day without compromise.
The Icon Class highlights coming to Star include adrenaline-pumping thrills like Category 6 waterpark’s six record-breaking waterslides and Crown’s Edge – part skywalk, part ropes course, and part thrill ride – as well as unrivalled ways to chill across seven pools for every vibe and mood, including swim-up bar Swim & Tonic; Cloud 17, the adults-only retreat; and The Hideaway’s one of a kind infinity pool suspended 135 feet above the ocean. While families can spend time together and on their journeys throughout Star, they can remain and play all day at Surfside.
The area built for young families includes water activities for all ages, dedicated restaurants, and even a bar, The Lemon Post, with a menu for adults and one for children. New experiences will also make their way to the latest in the world’s best family vacation lineup, which will be revealed later.
With the debut of Star in Port Canaveral (Orlando), Royal Caribbean is doubling down on the revolutionary mix of every vacation initially launched on Icon, which continues to generate unprecedented customer demand. The two best holidays in the world’s premier tourist destinations, Icon in Miami and Star in the greater Orlando area, will debut an unparalleled lineup that marks the next bold moment in Royal Caribbean’s modern era of vacations.
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