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Could Icon of the Seas be even bigger than Oasis-class cruise ships?
A Royal Caribbean executive recently said Icon of the Seas will be the largest ship when it debuts next year.
Sean Treacy, senior vice president of hotel operations at Royal Caribbean, said, “Icon will be the biggest. It will launch in the fall of next year.”
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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
The 454th episode of the Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast is now available, which explains how and why to book a cruise onboard.
NextCruise is where you can go on your ship to book another cruise. Matt details what you need to know about booking a cruise on board.
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15 reasons to book a cruise on Oasis of the Seas
There are a few different Oasis class cruise ships, but the original is still a great choice to sail on.
Oasis of the Seas was upgraded in 2019 and offers plenty to see and do on board. In fact, we’ve found 15 reasons to book a cruise on Oasis of the Seas.
8 mocktails to try on your next Royal Caribbean cruise
Need a recommendation for a great non-alcoholic drink to try on your cruise?
There are many possibilities, but we have a list of 8 mocktails you absolutely must try on your next cruise.
Where to Eat Like a Local on Your Alaskan Cruise
Besides seeing the amazing sights of Alaska, there are great places to eat and drink.
Our in-house Alaska expert shares her top picks for food, beer, cocktails or coffee at every stop on your Alaska cruise.
Why Freedom of the Seas is a great choice for a short cruise
Have you ever thought about going on a weekend cruise?
Freedom of the Seas offers short 3-night cruises from Miami, and here’s why Freedom of the Seas is a great option for a cruise vacation.