The world is about to witness the maiden voyage of the largest cruise ship ever built. Royal Caribbean's Icon of the Seas, measuring almost four city blocks, will depart from the Port of Miami on Saturday.

With a length of nearly 1,200 feet (365 meters) from bow to stern, the Icon of the Seas will embark on a seven-day island-hopping journey through the tropical paradise. The ship was officially christened on Tuesday with the help of soccer legend Lionel Messi and his Inter Miami teammates.

According to Jason Liberty, President and CEO of Royal Caribbean Group, the Icon of the Seas represents over 50 years of dreams, innovation, and the mission to provide the best vacation experiences responsibly. This ship is designed to cater to multigenerational families, revolutionizing family travel and making vacation dreams come true for all ages on board.

Coinciding with the launch of the Icon of the Seas, Royal Caribbean's cruises have become a sensation online. Since December, millions of avid watchers on social media have been captivated by the company's 9-month "Ultimate World Cruise." Passengers document their lives on board this floating city, captivating audiences around the world.

When the Icon of the Seas was first unveiled in October 2022, it quickly made history. It generated the single largest booking day and highest volume booking week in Royal Caribbean's 53-year history.

The Icon of the Seas is divided into eight neighborhoods spread across 20 decks, offering a diverse range of experiences. From six thrilling waterslides to seven inviting swimming pools, an ice skating rink, a theater, and over 40 distinctive restaurants, bars, and lounges, this ship has it all. With a maximum capacity of up to 7,600 passengers and accompanied by 2,350 crew members, it promises an unforgettable voyage.

Prepare to witness this extraordinary floating marvel as it embarks on its inaugural journey, setting new standards in the world of cruising.

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