Royal Caribbean Post Round-Up: May 5, 2019
Happy weekend! In case you missed any Royal Caribbean news, here is a look at everything that happened this week!
Royal Caribbean celebrated the grand opening of Perfect Day at CocoCay with its private island transformation completing its first major phase.
Guests sailing on Navigator of the Seas were welcomed to Perfect Day at CocoCay, where a number of new venues, activities and offerings were officially open for guest use.
Chief among the new offerings is the opening of Thrill Waterpark. At Thrill Waterpark, you can find Daredevil’s Tower, where guests can try a number ofsingle-rider waterslides of various heights, including the 135-foot-tall Daredevil’s Peak – the tallest waterslide in North America.
Royal Caribbean News
- Allure of the Seas has suffered a propulsion issue, which means some itinerary changes on select sailings.
- The keel for Odyssey of the Seas was layed earlier this week, making the beginning of construction.
- Here is everything you need to know about Perfect Day at CocoCay.
- We scoured Royal Caribbean's financial results for interesting anecdotes.
- Voyager of the Seas visited an island in Indonesia for her maiden call.
- Oasis of the Seas will return to service on May 5, on schedule.
- Up, Up and Away helium balloon is operational on Perfect Day at CocoCay.
- The Royal Caribbean app can open your stateroom door on Spectrum of the Seas.
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
Call us crazy, but we think you should ignore online reviews of cruise ships. Matt explains why concerns people have about a particular ship due to something they read is nothing to actually worry about.
Royal Caribbean Around the Internet
Houston Chronicle detailed how Royal Caribbean now rivals Broadway in terms of its show productions.
Cruise Fever wrote about how 12 Royal Caribbeans are moving to new homeports this week.