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Icon of the Caribbean

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£1,949*per person


A chance to sail onboard Royal Caribbean's newest class of ship, Icon of the Seas. Sailing out of the cruising capital of the world, Miami you can experience the newest and largest tonnage cruise ship afloat. Enjoy the Perfect day at Royal's private island Cococay.


  • Fly to Miami, overnight at hotel
  • A chance to explore this vibrant city, from the trendy South Beach to Ocean Drive, this is the main beach drag where the tanned and toned rub shoulders with the diners, drinkers, sunbathers and swimmers. This is party central with everything contained in one area. For shopping centres visit Biscayne Bay on the mainland or the impressive Port Aventura Mall in North Miami Beach.
  • Embark the ship
  • Relax and make the most of the myriad of facilities available on board the ship, from fantastic entertainment to delicious and diverse dining options.
  • St Kitts is a member of the British Commonwealth and lies at the top of the Lesser Antilles chain close to Antigua. Cruise ships moor at the cruise pier called port Zante in the capital Basseterre right in front of the shops. Visit Brimstone Hill National Park known as the Gibraltar of the West Indies and the sister island of Nevis just a 45 minute ferry ride way. Get a good feel for the island on the scenic railway - originally built to transport sugar cane or chill out at one of the best beaches on the island Cockleshell Beach. This 2 mile stretch of white sand beach is relatively un-spoilt and overlooks the island of Nevis. Try an invigorating natural Aloe Vera massage on the beach - it does wonders for your sunburn !!!
  • St Thomas is part of the US Virgin Islands and THE duty free shopper's paradise in the Caribbean. Charlotte Amalie is the capital - and this quaint town is a joy to walk around with its cobbled streets and alley ways filled with the best shops in the Caribbean - but not so much 'in your face' as the other islands. Unlike most of the other islands this is the US of A in the Caribbean - it is clean, organised and well run; you may think that you are in one of the Florida Keys. The best beach is Magens Bay (voted one of the top 10 beaches of the world) and is approximately 6 miles away from the capital on the other side of the island.
  • Relax and make the most of the myriad of facilities available on board the ship, from fantastic entertainment to delicious and diverse dining options.
  • A Day to spend on the beach sinking your toes in to the sand and enjoying a FREE beach BBQ courtesy of Royal Caribbean International.
  • Disembark ship for your overnight flight home
  • Arrive back into the UK in the morning for your onward journey home.

What's Included

Holiday Highlights

  • Staying in Miami
  • St. Kitts
  • St Thomas
  • Perfect day at Cococay

Our Price Includes

  • Return flights from the UK
  • Three nights' four-star room-only accommodation in Miami
  • Seven nights' full-board cruise accommodation on board Icon of the Seas
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May 2024
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The Goodtime Hotel -


Off Route A1A , this hip, upscale hotel with an art deco vibe is a 5-minute walk from South Beach along the Atlantic Ocean. It's a mile from Lincoln Road and 2 miles from The Bass art museum.Chic, colourful rooms (some with ocean views) provide Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and safes. The 1-bedroom suites add living rooms.A sophisticated restaurant with a terrace, 2 outdoor pools and a bar features regular live entertainment. Other amenities include a trendy cafe, a vibrant, library-inspired lounge and an open-air gym. Yoga classes and valet parking are available.

Ship Information

Cruise Overview
Scheduled to launch in January 2024, the Icon of the Seas is the first of Royal Caribbean's Icon Class ship, which means it will have a new design, size, and look compared to other ships that came before her. Icon of the Seas has amazing new features on nearly every deck, giving guests more to explore in every corner of the 250,800-gross-ton cruise ship.
Cabin Details
All cabins come with at least two closets and three large drawers, as well as smaller desk drawers and cabinet space. A couple of smaller, camouflaged shelves are tucked behind the sides of the desk mirrors. Rooms have at least two chairs: one desk style. The usual cabins types normally associated with Royal are available as well as the new Ultimate Family Townhouse.
Dining Details
From the normal main dining room and buffet offerings, new concepts such as Pearl, replacing Cafe Promenade. Basecamp is going to be situated on Deck 16 and it'll serve essentially as a 'base camp' for a lot of the outdoor activities in that part of the ship, including the waterslide exits, the rock-climbing wall and so on. The Desserted Milkshake Bar is a debuting venue on Icon of the Seas
Activities Details
With Royal Caribbean's approach to family holidays most of the daytime features around this, such as Category 6, part of the ship's 'Thrill Island' neighborhood, is the largest waterpark at sea, offering splash-tastic fun for all ages on Deck 16. The park includes six waterslides, each with record-breaking firsts: the 66-degree inclined Pressure Drop as the cruise industry's first open free-fall slide; the 46-foot-tall Frightening Bolt, the tallest drop slide at sea; Storm Surge and Hurricane Hunter, the first 4-person family raft slides at sea; and the Storm Chasers pair of slides, cruising's first mat racers. The waterpark is not the only place onboard Icon of the Seas for wet and wild fun. The ship will feature seven pools, including the Royal Bay pool - the largest pool ever at sea at more than 40,000 gallons. For comparison, a typical backyard swimming pool is a mere 10,000-12,000 gallons. Royal Bay, located starboard midship on Deck 15, will not only have water, but also in-water lounge seating, elevated whirlpools, and palm trees for a truly tropical ambience. A new feature in the ship's themed neighborhood concept will be the family-oriented Surfside neighborhood on Deck 7, exclusively designed for younger families with children under age 6.With happy, colorful decor and something for everyone, Surfside is a hotspot no one in the family will want to leave. The open-air promenade is home to the ship's classic carousel as well as the youngster waterparks, Splashaway Bay and Baby Bay. Theatre nights, live music and comedy, diving performers and unique skating shows Icon of the Seas has it all. No matter how you want to spend your evening, there's sure to be live entertainment to suit every mood, age and taste!
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