Royal Caribbean Post Round-Up: April 26, 2020
Lots happened this past week, and I do not want you to miss out on any of the news or helpful posts. So here is a look back at everything posted here in just the last few days.
Royal Caribbean was busy filing trademarks this week, and perhaps these new applications shed light on what cruising will look like once it resumes.
Trademark applications do not have much information in them, but it stands to reason if Royal Caribbean took the time and money to file for a trademark, there is likely some seriousness to pursuing these concepts.
Royal Caribbean News
- Royal Caribbean's Crown and Anchor Society Member Ambassador was let go in the recent layoffs.
- Richard Fain spoke about the first steps Royal Caribbean will need to take in order to re-open.
- The one question everyone wants to know: when will Royal Caribbean resume sailings?
- Six big questions cruisers are asking about, that Royal Caribbean still has not answered.
- The ongoing debate: can you wear shorts in the main dining room?
- Here is an inside look at how Wall Street sees Royal Caribbean's future.
- The shipyard where Wonder of the Seas is being built is slowly reopening.
- The company that created Royal Caribbean's escape rooms has launched a virtual escape room.
- Royal Caribbean is reportedly working with Morgan Stanley to raise new financing.
- Here are 10 fun Royal Caribbean upgrades under $50.
- Here is how to make the Poke Bowl from Izumi at home.
- 10 Surprising things you didn't know the Royal Caribbean concierge can do for you.
- A new learn to play casino table games option has been added to the Cruise Planner.
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
Erin decided to go on a cruise with a sorority sister, along with their respective kids, and created quite a few memories in the process.
How Royal Caribbean cut a cruise ship in half
One of the truly incredible engineering feats is when a cruise line cuts a cruise ship in half, adds a new section in the middle, and welds the halves back together.
While not a common practice anymore, Royal Caribbean endeavored to lengthen its first cruise ship, Song of Norway, in 1977.