Icon Of The Seas accidents and incidents

Icon Of The Seas cruise ship

Former names

Length (LOA)
365 m / 1198 ft

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  • fire - 2023 (during construction)
  02 February 2023Fire Accident

On February 2, 2023, at ~10 am Finland time (~8 am UTC), at the Meyer Turku Shipyard, an alarm sounded a fire on the cruise ship being in drydock and under construction.

Reportedly, the fire broke out in the superstructure, at an upper deck staircase. All shipyard employees (~2500 people working on the ship) were evacuated as a precaution.

The fire was extinguished by Meyer Turku's fire team. No injuries or major damages were reported, and after stopping for about an hour, works on the vessel continued.

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