Royal Caribbean Post Round-Up: June 4, 2017
Happy Sunday! In case you missed any of the Royal Caribbean news from this week, we have a round-up of it all in one easy to read post!
The big news from this week is the return of the corkage fee for wine guests bring onboard their Royal Caribbean cruise and have opened at a restaurant.
Royal Caribbean updated its policy to charge guests a $15 corkage fee per bottle of wine consumed in public areas. The new policy began this week.
The corkage fee only applies to wine brought onboard on embarkation, and not wine purchased and/or given on board.
Royal Caribbean News
- Royal Caribbean announced a special solar eclipse cruise on Oasis of the Seas.
- Royal Caribbean opened bookings for the 2018-2019 Australia cruise season.
- Royal Caribbean debuted its June sales promotion offer this week.
- Guests can expect to see a new muster drill safety video.
- Uber and Lyft returned to the Galveston cruise market.
- We shared a look back at how Royal Caribbean dealt with Hurricane Andrew.
- Take a look at these seven fun facts about Radiance of the Seas.
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
In this episode, Matt opens the phone lines to podcast listeners to share their favorite cruise tips for someone who is taking their very first cruise.
Royal Caribbean Around the Internet
CNBC shared a video of Jim Cramer talking cruise stocks, including Royal Caribbean.
Royal Caribbean recapped how 2,000 volunteers from its company helped show up for a weekend of hard work, for a good cause.
Cruise Critic interviewed Royal Caribbean's chief meteorologist.
Cruise Habit discusses what the start of hurricane season means to those going on a cruise.
Alpha looks at the record breaking buildings and structures from around the world.
Royal Caribbean shared insider tips for going to Cuba.