The global shutdown of Royal Caribbean's cruise ships means all of its vessels have been idle since March, and the crew is just as anxious as the public to get back to cruising.
Harmony of the Seas Captain Johnny Faevelen took to Twitter to share a quick message while scooting around Central Park to tell folks he and the crew are ready to welcome guests back, once the current global health crisis subsides.
Captain Johnny shared a video of him driving around the signature Oasis Class neighborhood on his scooter.
We onboard our beautiful #Harmonyoftheseas at @RoyalCaribbean are ready to welcome guests back to #CentralPark as soon as the #Corona is over and life return back to normal. #backinbusiness @RCGCareers @theRCLblog pic.twitter.com/MfP2nrBcen— Johnny Faevelen (@HarleyCaptain) August 22, 2020
While Captain Johnny's message contains no new information on when or how Royal Caribbean might start cruising again, the sentiment has resonated with cruise fans who are equally eager to get back onboard.
Harmony of the Seas is currently in the Southern Caribbean near Barbados, where she has been primarily since the shutdown began. Barbados has left its borders open to cruise ships for resupply, as well as crew repatriation efforts.