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This class of ship was announced quite a while ago but I haven't seen any new news on it? No artist renderings or anything? Any idea when we might see more concrete info on this class of ship? I originally read it was supposed to be bigger than Quantum class but smaller than Oasis class, but then I heard something about it being even bigger than Oasis class. Any info would be cool as I'm curious about this new class?

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2 hours ago, RCIfan1912 said:

Any info would be cool as I'm curious about this new class?

From here in February. Has info on all cruise lines new ships coming through 2027.

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Royal Caribbean has the second most cruise ships (24) in their fleet and will welcome another six ships over the next seven years.

  • Spectrum of the Seas (2019) 168,666 GT, 4,200 passengers
  • Odyssey of the Seas (2020) 168,666 GT, 4,200 passengers
  • 5th Oasis Class Ship (2021) 230,000 GT, 6,780 passengers
  • 1st Icon Class Ship (2022)  200,000 GT, 5,000 passengers
  • 6th Oasis Class Ship (2023) 230,000 GT, 6,780 passengers
  • 2nd Icon Class Ship (2024)  200,000 GT, 5,000 passengers
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Definitely wouldn’t be surprised to see one of the Icon class in Asia-Pacific as well, but I’d most likely say since it’s a brand new class this first one will be based in the Caribbean. For West Coast I’d say it would be more likely to be an older ship, perhaps Liberty once an Oasis Class gets based in Galveston. 

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