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Icon of the Seas, the largest cruise ship in the world, to arrive in Mahahual and Cozumel in 2024

By Tribune Travel

June 30, 2023

During its maiden voyage, the biggest cruise ship in the world is scheduled to call at both Mahahual and Cozumel. The newest ship from Royal Caribbean will set sail from Miami for a seven-day cruise in January 2024.

Icon of the Seas will be the biggest ship ever built. Icon of the Seas can accommodate nearly 10,000 people, 7,600 of whom are passengers, and is 6 percent larger than Wonder of the Seas.

The 1,198-foot ship, dubbed the “largest waterpark at sea,” will sail with 20 decks, seven pools, and six waterslides.

Icon of the Seas will embark on a seven-night Western Caribbean cruise from Miami on January 27, 2024, with stops in Roatan, Honduras, Costa Maya (Mahahual), and Cozumel.

The arrival was announced by the Cozumel government on Thursday.

We eagerly anticipate the arrival of Royal Caribbean International’s majestic and enormous cruise ship, Icon of the Seas, in January 2024.

The majestic and enormous cruise ship Icon of the Seas from Royal Caribbean International will arrive in Cozumel and Mahahual in January 2024. Receiving the biggest cruise ship in the world will increase tourism and boost everyone’s well-being.





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