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Star of the Seas

Cruise to the award-winning private destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay and experience the perfect Summer cruise holiday!

Cruises on board Star of the Seas

The next Icon of holidays, Star of the Seas, turns up the volume on big family fun with outrageous thrills, chills and all the wows for the whole crew! With six record-breaking waterslides that will give you the ultimate hair-raising excitement, you’re bound to create life-long memories onboard.

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FACTS & FIGURES - Star of the Seas

  • Ship length
    365 m
  • Passengers
  • Decks
  • Launched

Decks and Cabins - Star of the Seas


Inside Cabin

max. 417 m²

Separate sitting area, TV, Radio, Hair dryer


Outside Cabin

max. 3

Separate sitting area, TV, Radio, Hair dryer


Balcony Cabin

max. 6


max. 6

Separate sitting area, Air conditioning, Dining area, Espresso machine, Bathrobe, TV, Bar

Please select a deck:

Deck 19
deck plan

Travel Tips for Star of the Seas


Get ready for your most adventurous holiday yet! The new Star of the Seas fills every moment with breathtaking thrills while onboard this beauty. Brave six record-breaking slides at Category 6, the largest waterpark on the sea, or conquer the Crown’s Edge as you dangle high above the shimmering ocean! Discover family fun adventures at Surfside, a stay-all-day neighbourhood site, perfect for the little ones during peak energy hours. A stay onboard Star of the Seas is more than a holiday – it’s the gift of life-long memories for the whole family!


Take your pick of seven different pools plus ten whirlpools. All with next-level ocean views, so you’ll always feel connected to the sea. Like The Hideaway suspended infinity pool buzzing with beach club beats high in the sky. Cloud 17 is your adults-only poolside oasis in another stratosphere of chic. Frozen cocktails are on tap at The Lime & Coconut bar spanning multiple levels, or you can dive in and order up at the largest swim-up bar at sea, Swim & Tonic. It’s your day your way, soak up every minute.


Making its debut in Summer 2025, Star of the Seas will begin its journey sailing throughout the stunning Caribbean region. Stopping off at the exclusive award-winning destination of Perfect Day at Cococay in the beautiful Bahamas, expect a breathtaking start to some of the most popular destinations in this iconic area. Other stops include the vibrant San Juan capital city of Puerto Rico, the pristine island of St. Maarten and the fun-filled family city of Orlando in the bustling American state of Florida. 

Star of the Seas Destinations




Puerto Rico

Star of the Seas Departures

Port Canaveral 

Cruise Types onboard the Star of the Seas

Short Cruises

Family Cruises

Couples Cruises

FAQ about Star of the Seas

We have put together the following FAQs. We hope that you will be able to find an answer to your question below, but if require further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our customer service team.

When will Star of the Seas begin sailing?

Royal Caribbean Cruises’ Star of the Seas cruise ship will begin sailing on 3rd August 2025 during the Summer season.

Which port will Star of the Seas depart from for its debut?

​Royal Caribbean Cruises’ Star of the Seas ship will depart from Port Canaveral in Orlando, Florida in the United States for its debut departure.

What class is Star of the Seas cruise ship?

​​​Star of the Seas cruise ship is considered to be classified in the Icon-class of Royal Caribbean Cruises’ fleet and will be the second Icon-class ship behind the Icon of the Seas.

Is Star of the Seas Royal Caribbean’s biggest cruise ship?

No, Star of the Seas is not Royal Caribbean’s biggest cruise ship in the fleet. The biggest ship in the Royal Caribbean fleet goes to Icon of the Seas having entered service in January 2024. Previously, Wonder of the Seas held this title.