Icon of the Seas Construction Update: The AquaDome Takes Shape

Watch Icon of the Seas’ AquaDome neighborhood take shape with the installation of a new feat – a 363-ton dome – at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Turku, Finland. In a record-breaking lift, it took more than 80 hours to install the single largest glass and steel structure to be lifted onto a cruise ship, which stands at 82 feet tall and 164 feet wide. The dome will broaden vacationers’ horizons with 220-degree, wraparound ocean views and more.

Icon of the Seas Construction Update

Featured among Icon’s eight all-encompassing neighborhoods, the transformational AquaDome will be a tranquil oasis by day and a vibrant hotspot at night, complete with signature, deck-defying aqua shows at the AquaTheater, new restaurants, bars, lounges and nightlife.

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