The largest cruise ship in the world is called “Icon Of The Seas” and it sets sail in January 2024.

Royal Caribbean’s spectacular 19-story cruise ship is essentially a small floating state of 8,000 people (!) since it will carry 5,610 passengers and 2,350 crew members.

The Icon Of The Seas is 5 times larger and heavier than the Titanic, weighing 250,800 tons, while the Titanic weighed 50,210 tons.

With seven swimming pools, six water slides, shopping malls, movie theaters, waterfall gardens, walking neighborhoods, nightclubs, activities, 40 restaurants, gyms, playgrounds, stadiums, casinos and endless rides on the super-luxurious decks, it is certain that no one will have time to bored at sea.

And the price?

Icon of the Seas promises its lucky passengers an exceptional experience, and such luxury comes at a price.

Tickets for this remarkable cruise ship start at $1,900 and can go up to $5,000 per person, depending on the type of cabin you choose (one is the double interior and the other is the suite with an ocean view!)