The world's largest cruise ship is the Icon of the Seas by Royal Caribbean, and it is massive. It is stationed at the Port of Miami and set out on its maiden voyage on Sunday, January 28, 2024. Here are 7 things you should know about its capacity, dimensions, and amenities:

1. The impressive ship cost roughly $2 billion to build, has a max capacity of 7,600 passengers and 2,350 crew members, it features 20 decks, is 1,198 feet long, and has 250,800 gross tons.

2. There are several, theaters, a spa, a sports court, a mini-golf course, tons of shops, waterfalls, nightclubs, an ice skating rink, a rock climbing wall, a carousel, a fitness center, and more.

3. Crown’s Edge is part ropes course and skywalk, suspended 154 feet above the ocean on the ship's Crown & Anchor logo. Enjoy a wide variety of deck-defying entertainment on ice, in the air, across the water, and in the theatre.

4. Water adventures include a waterpark with 6 slides a kiddie splash area and a FloRider surf simulator. There are 7 pools with in-water loungers and raised whirlpools, an 8-story suspended infinity pool, an adult swim-up oasis area, and the largest pool at sea with more than 40,000 gallons of water.

5. There are 8 distinctive neighborhoods for families, kids, and adults-only areas.  Designed for stay-all-day and night family-friendly activities offering unique experiences. Themed neighborhoods include; A Glass Aqua Dome Solarium, Chill Island, Thrill Island, Central Park, Surfside, The Hideaway, The Suite neighborhood, and the Royal Promenade.  Lemon Post Surfside.

6. There are 40 restaurants with a diverse source of food and menus, bars, and lounges. Guests can enjoy cuisine from all corners of the globe such as American, Asian Mediterranean, Italian, and more.

7. Be prepared, prices are high and range from $1,750 up to $14,205! For example: An interior room will run between $1,750 and $2,000 per person.

Inside Cruise/Royal Caribbean via YouTube
Inside Cruise/Royal Caribbean via YouTube

The Icon of The Seas sailings leaving out of the Port of Miami include itineraries at Royal Caribbean’s private island, Perfect Day at CocoCay in The Bahamas. This island has the adults-only Hideaway Beach. A secluded oasis with pools, cabanas, live music, and more.

Again, prices are steep and vary depending on the itineraries, locations, dates, cabins, or suites. People are paying it regardless because the maiden voyage was sold out along with several future sailings. Below is a detailed rundown of the world's largest cruise ship, Inside Cruise.

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