RoyalRoyal Caribbean Icon of the Seas is known as the largest cruise ship in the world. Not only this, it also has many high-end features that common tourists may not know about. The Icon of the Seas officially set sail on its maiden voyage on January 27. People Magazine got a glimpse of the ship during its first preview cruise, and here are four things passengers might not know about the Ocean Mark.
The most expensive and spacious cabin on Ocean Marker, the Ultimate Family Townhouse, costs about $100,000 for the entire seven-night trip. This three-story suite has everything a family needs to experience the best vacation possible, including an indoor slide and offers direct access to Surfside, Royal Caribbean’s first area exclusively for families. Is designed for.
The Ultimate Family Townhouse is 2,523 square feet, sleeps 8 and has two private decks where the family can enjoy the hot tub or pool outside in this luxurious cabin. It is booked for a whole year, but tourists can visit here. Still check out other room types, including the cheapest Interior Plus room, which costs about 3,600 yuan for a week’s sailing.
Compared to the RMS Titanic, which sank in 1912 and was the largest ship at the time, Ocean Mark was almost five times larger with a gross tonnage of 250,800 tons compared to Titanic’s 46,328 tons.
Mark of the Seas has 20 decks, 2,805 cabins and can accommodate 7,600 tourists.
Ocean Marker also offers the largest seawater park “Category 6”, which has broken another record, and the ship’s seven swimming pools rank first. “Royal Bay” is the widest swimming pool at sea, covering 40,000 gallons of water.
Another thing worth seeing is “The Hideaway”, the first suspended infinity pool on the ocean, located in the Chill Island area. Although the other Water’s Edge Pool is not suspended, you can also enjoy similar views. Ocean views, and the nearby Splashaway Bay and Baby Bay swimming pool areas, are perfect for family fun.
Captain Henrik Loy said the Ocean Mark could reach about 24 knots, which is a very fast speed.
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