Record-breaking bookings for the world’s largest cruise ship, Icon of the Seas, continue with Royal Caribbean now opening their 2025/26 season bookings three months early.

When Icon of the Seas opened bookings in 2022, Royal Caribbean had its single largest day in history, and it hasn’t slowed down since.

You can book now an Icon of the Seas cruise on the Royal Caribbean website. Expect to pay about $4000 for a seven-night Caribbean itinerary. Those sailings out of Miami have a few new destinations, including Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic and San Juan.

The itineraries also feature the Royal Caribbean ‘Perfect Day’ at CocoCay, the cruise lines’ private island. Guests can choose between Eastern Caribbean itineraries visiting ports such as St Maarten, Charlotte Amalie and San Juan, or Western Caribbean itineraries visiting Central American ports such as Puerto Costa Maya and Roatan.

At 20 decks and able to carry almost 8000 passengers, Icon of the Seas is the worlds largest cruise ship, and features six record-breaking waterslides, seven pools and eight neighbourhoods spread across the ship, plus more than 40 spots to eat and drink.

Michael Bayley, president and CEO, Royal Caribbean International said: “Since Icon of the Seas was revealed almost a year ago, the response has been unprecedented by every measure.

“Families and friends are looking for holidays where everyone can make memories their way without compromise, and that’s what we set out to create in its best form with Icon more than five years ago.

“The excitement has only continued to build, making it clear that we’ve designed a revolutionary experience that reflects how consumers want to travel today and for years to come.”

See what Cruise Passenger Director Peter Lynch thinks of Icon of the Seas.

To book an Icon of the Seas cruise now, click here