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Royal Caribbean's Early Bookings for 2025-2026 Cruises Open Now

In travel news for September 18, 2023 we talk about Royal Caribbean opening up bookings on  the Icon of the Seas three months ahead of schedule. 

Vacation plans are coming alive earlier than expected, especially for those who dream of cruising through the Caribbean. If you're planning your next big holiday or looking for a unique Spring Break adventure, pay close attention. Royal Caribbean International has sped up its timeline for its new 2025-2026 vacation offerings, all thanks to a record-breaking interest in its newest ship, Icon of the Seas. Bookings are now open three months ahead of schedule, offering an exciting lineup of 7-night Caribbean adventures departing from Miami, United States.

Why the Early Release?

The head honchos at Royal Caribbean decided to fast-track the booking process for their new lineup after seeing an incredibly high level of interest in the Icon of the Seas. The ship was revealed last year, and the company witnessed the largest single booking day and week in its history. Clearly, people are keen on enjoying a game-changing Cruise experience.

What's On the Itinerary?

When it comes to destinations, Icon of the Seas doesn’t disappoint. It will make stops at several picture-perfect places such as Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, and San Juan, Puerto Rico. These are new additions to Royal Caribbean's roster of destinations and offer a fresh dose of tropical allure. Travelers can also expect visits to Philipsburg, St. Maarten, and Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas. Of course, a visit to the award-winning private island, Perfect Day at CocoCay in The Bahamas, is also on the menu. This luxurious destination has Hideaway Beach, a new adults-only beachfront paradise set to open in January 2024.

Eastern vs Western Caribbean: What to Choose?

If you opt for the 7-night Eastern Caribbean route, you'll get to island-hop between Puerto Plata, San Juan, Philipsburg, Charlotte Amalie, and Perfect Day at CocoCay. But if western horizons are more your style, the ship will take you to places such as Costa Maya, Cozumel, Mexico, and Roatan, Honduras, while also ensuring a fun-filled day at Perfect Day at CocoCay. Both routes include two or three days at sea for you to enjoy the ship's amenities.

Not Just a Cruise, It's an Experience

Icon of the Seas promises more than just a Cruise; it offers an entire experience. Imagine record-breaking water slides, seven different pools, 40-plus ways to dine and drink, and entertainment that spans across air, ice, water, and stage. This is what awaits you aboard this innovative ship.

When to Book?

The window for 2025-2026 Caribbean cruises opened on September 13. With the high demand already observed, you may want to secure your spot sooner than later.

So, if you're eager for an exotic island-hopping Cruise departing from Miami, now's the time to jump on Royal Caribbean’s early bookings. It's not just a vacation; it's a one-of-a-kind experience designed to make every kind of family and adventurer happy. Make sure to consider this in your future travel plans to maximize your travel experience.

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