Royal Caribbean Post Round-Up: May 27, 2018
Happy Sunday and happy unofficial start to summer, as the Memorial Day weekend here in the United States marks the start of the season for many.
Some cruise fans may have made plans for summer 2019 when Royal Caribbean announced this week its 2019 Cuba and short Caribbean itineraries for Majesty of the Seas and Empress of the Seas.
The new sailings are available for booking now, and run from April 2019 through the end of December 2019.
Both ships will offer cruises to Cuba that include stops at ports of call all around the Western Caribbean and the Bahamas.
Royal Caribbean News
- Royal Caribbean will cut down on drink straws on its cruise ships.
- We posted a new photo update of Mariner of the Seas refurbishment progress.
- Royal Caribbean has committed itself to adopting a series of new requirements for how it breeds, raises and processes poultry.
- Majesty of the Seas skipped a stop in Cozumel due to Tropical Storm Alberto.
- Seven neat things Royal Caribbean will add to CocoCay that you might have missed.
- Royal Caribbean announced a Memorial Day cruise fare sale and a pre-cruise purchase sale.
- Everything you wanted to know about Royal Caribbean's water slides.
- Royal Caribbean released a new video that is all about the Adventure Ocean program.
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
In this episode, Matt talks about why you should join Royal Caribbean's customer loyalty program and what you get at each tier of benefits.
New RCB Video: Full details about Perfect Day at CocoCay
Have you subscribed to the Royal Caribbean Blog YouTube Channel? We share some great videos there regularly, all about taking a Royal Caribbean cruise! This week, we are sharing our latest video – Full details about Perfect Day at CocoCay — and don’t forget to subscribe here.
Royal Caribbean Around the Internet
Bloomberg is reporting Havana's cruise terminal will triple in size by 2024.
Touring Plans shared their ten favorite things to do in port on your own.
Skift reported on the closure of Royal Caribbean's tour venture.
WFLA wrote about Majesty of the Seas beginning her inaugural sailings from Tampa.
Cruise Law News reported on a power loss that occurred on Vision of the Seas.
Marine Industry News met with an eleven-year-old who has been chosen to help shape the future of cruise ships.