Royal Caribbean’s Making an Icon

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Royal Caribbean’s Making an Icon: Shaping the World’s Newest Icon

September 2022 – Royal Caribbean International “broke ground” on Icon of the Seas in June 2021, when the first piece of steel was cut at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Turku, Finland. Yet, putting pen to paper to bring this bold vision to life started long before that. In “Making an Icon: Shaping the World’s Newest Icon,” watch key design and construction milestones of the iconic vacation unfold.

Hear from the industrial and naval engineers, interior designers, architects, and other innovators about what it takes to manage unique challenges that come along with the most ambitious construction timeline cruising’s ever seen.

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