Royal Caribbean Post Round-Up: April 19, 2020
There was plenty of Royal Caribbean news and helpful posts shared this week, so here is a look at everything from the past few days so you do not miss any of it!
The big news was Royal Caribbean extending its cruise shutdown by cancelling all sailings through June 11.
Royal Caribbean had already cancelled all Canada, New England, and Alaska sailings through June 30, due to Canada closing all of its cruise ports.
Royal Caribbean News
- Royal Caribbean laid off 26% of its employees this week.
- Richard Fain was named to the President's economic revival group.
- Take a 360 look at the shipyard where Odyssey of the Seas is being built.
- How to request a refund for your cancelled Royal Caribbean cruise.
- There is a new sale that offers bonus instant savings for Crown and Anchor members.
- Florida's governor has re-opened some beaches and parks.
- Check out these fun virtual cruise bingo cards!
- Richard Fain shared a reassuring message this week on the outlook of cruises returning.
- A new virtual cruise begins today.
- Check out these Royal Caribbean recipes!
- Have you ever wondered why is there formal night on a cruise?
- Arne Wilhelmsen passed away, who had a major impact in the formation of Royal Caribbean.
- A look at who owns Royal Caribbean.
- Should you reschedule your Royal Caribbean cruise in 2020 or 2021?
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
Paul shares his story of a very memorable day in St. Thomas while on Freedom of the Seas a number of years ago.
How did Royal Caribbean get its name?
Did you ever wonder why Royal Caribbean was the name picked for the cruise line? After all, it is not named after the founder of the company or the country or town it is based in, so why was this name chosen?
The story of which names the cruise line founders considered, as well as why they chose Royal Caribbean (and the Crown and Anchor logo) can be discovered on the blog this week!