Royal Caribbean Post Roundup: October 23, 2022

Good Sunday! We are so glad you stopped by and hope you are having a wonderful weekend. Grab a cup of your favorite hot beverage, sit back and hear the latest news from Royal Caribbean.

The big news this week was Royal Caribbean unveils Icon of the Seas to the public.

For the first time, we were able to see what the new cruise ship looks like, as well as the main features on board.

Designed for families, Icon of the seas will have 8 neighborhoods, including four new ones: Surfside, Thrill Island, Chill Island and The Hideaway.

Icon of the Seas will be the largest cruise ship in the world and will depart from Miami at the end of January 2024.

Your first chance to book a cruise will be on Tuesday, October 25, while Crown & Anchor loyalty members will have early access to bookings on Monday, October 24.

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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

What does Matt think of Icon of the Seas?

Matt shares his thoughts on Royal Caribbean’s big reveal in this week’s podcast episode, including a first-hand report on what happened at the media event at Royal Caribbean headquarters.

Do not hesitate to register via itunes Where RSS, and head over to rate and review the podcast on iTunes if you can! We would appreciate it.

New RCB Video: 5 Cruise Ship Shore Excursions I Tried and Instantly Regretted

Have you subscribed to the Royal Caribbean Blog YouTube Channel? We regularly share great videos there, all about a Royal Caribbean cruise! This week we share our latest video — 5 Cruise Ship Shore Excursions I Tried and Immediately Regretted – and don’t forget to subscribe here.

50 best cruises with tips and secrets for kids

If you’re cruising with kids, we’ve got all the best tips and tricks to help you have a fabulous cruise.

When you go on a cruise with your family, it can mean a mix of ages and even generations, and we wanted to focus on the kinds of things families should know before going on a Royal Caribbean cruise.

Whether you’re bringing your own kids or going with someone else, here’s the top 50 Top Tips for Sailing with Kids on Royal Caribbean.

Odyssey of the Seas Live Blog

Allie is Odyssey of the Seas live blogs this week!

She is sailing on a 12-night Holy Land cruise aboard one of Royal Caribbean’s newest cruise ships that includes three days in Israel, as well as stops in Limmasol (Cyprus), Santorini (Greece), Rhodes ( Greece) and Chania (Greece).

Follow Allie’s journey every day with her live blog posts.

Ultimate Guide to the Royal Caribbean Cruise Planner Site

Royal Caribbean’s cruise planner is where you book extras like shore excursions, beverage packages, specialty restaurants and internet packages. It’s your go-to place to see what’s available on your next cruise.

If you’re new to Royal Caribbean, the cruise planner might seem a bit overwhelming at first.

here is our Royal Caribbean Cruise Planner’s Ultimate Guide to place.

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