Star of the Seas is the name that Royal Caribbean International will give to its second Icon-class ship when it debuts in summer 2025.
As a result of combining the best of all vacation types into one ultimate adventure, there has been more excitement than ever anticipated, and Star of the Seas will be Royal Caribbean International’s next bold answer to consumer demand which has soaring since Icon of the Seas nearly a year ago.
According to a press release issued by the company, the launch of Icon and Icon Class in October 2022 led to the cruise line’s biggest booking day and highest booking week ever.
Royal Caribbean said it will release further details on Star’s features and deployment in the coming weeks. More details on Icon’s features and deployment will follow soon.
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