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Royal Caribbean's 'Icon of the Seas' ship sold out 1st voyage in 24 hours: report
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Royal Caribbean’s newest cruise ship – Icon of the Seas – reportedly sold out in less than a day.
The Florida-based cruise line opened the 2,805-cabin ship for booking on Monday and Tuesday, according to The Points Guy, an American travel news website and blog.
Icon of the Seas first sail is set for January 2024 and it’s a seven-night voyage that leaves from Miami and explores the Eastern Caribbean with a pitstop at Royal Caribbean’s private destination Perfect Day CocoCay, the cruise line’s website shows.
Loyalty members who were signed up for Royal Caribbean’s Crown & Anchor Society were allowed to book Icon of the Seas on Monday, Oct. 24, and the general public was allowed to book Icon of the Seas on Tuesday, Oct. 25, according to The Points Guy.
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The Points Guy determined Icon of Seas sold out within hours of opening bookings to the public and reported that only 26 cabins were available for the ship’s inaugural sailing early Tuesday.