Royal Caribbean Post Round-Up: April 8, 2018
They say April showers brings May flowers, but Sundays bring you a round-up of all of this week's Royal Caribbean news!
The Royal Caribbean news everyone was focused on this week was Symphony of the Seas, with a new accolade to add to her list: she is the most Instagrammable cruise ship in the world.
Royal Caribbean has appointed Russ Francis as the company’s first ‘Instagrammer-in-Chief’ as Symphony takes her first guests on their holidays in the Mediterranean from Barcelona, Spain. His new role will be to help inspire guests to do the ship justice through their Instagram content and establish Symphony of the Seas as the world’s most Instagrammable ship.
Royal Caribbean News
- Royal Caribbean tweaked its cruise cancellation policy.
- Royal Caribbean announced the 2019/2020 Australia deployment.
- Radiance of the Seas had a sailing cancelled to fix a problem with her propulsion.
- Here's a new video that looks at the coolest things to do on Symphony of the Seas.
- Here is a first look at Seasonal Caribbean & Northeast sailings for 2019/2020.
- Royal Caribbean released a hyperlapse video tour of Symphony of the Seas.
- Check out a photo tour of an Owners Suite stateroom on Rhapsody of the Seas.
- Our full review of Iberostar Cozumel all-inclusive day pass.
- Here is a timelapse video of Symphony of the Seas sailing away from Barcelona.
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
A long time Disney Cruise Line veteran tried Royal Caribbean for the first time, and on this week's episode, we take an in-depth discussion of the differences between the two lines, and how the two lines are similar and vary at the same time.
Royal Caribbean Around the Internet
USA Today shared five things to love about Symphony of the Seas.
Business Insider has a look at how Royal Caribbean has gotten travelers to spend more money on its cruises.
Wired has a look at the inside story of how Symphony of the Seas was built.