Royal Caribbean Post Round-Up: August 30, 2020
Welcome to this week's edition of the Royal Caribbean post round-up, where we summarize all of the Royal Caribbean news and information from this week into one handy-dandy post! There is plenty of great content to enjoy, so sit back, relax, and enjoy this week's round-up!
Royal Caribbean fans were relieved to hear that Grandeur of the Seas will remain in the fleet after all.
Plans to transfer Grandeur to Pullmantur Cruises has been cancelled due to Pullmantur's dire financial situation.
No new sailings have been announced yet, but more details are expected to be announced soon.
Royal Caribbean News
- Royal Caribbean canceled all Australia & New Zealand cruises until November.
- Royal Caribbean Group Chairman: "We are closer to the other side of this crisis every day".
- CDC dropped 14-day quarantine requirement after international travel.
- Royal Caribbean Group Chief Medical Officer talks vaccines, testing and cruise ship safety.
- Royal Caribbean's stock rallied this week after positive testing news.
- Important restrictions on how you cannot use your future cruise credits.
- How to plan a cruise vacation with maximum flexibility.
- Is it better to take a short or long cruise?
- Avoid these cruise ship cabin booking mistakes.
- 5 giant suites you can book on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship.
- Should I book a guarantee stateroom on a cruise?
- Top signs a Royal Caribbean drink package will probably save you money.
- What's the difference between a balcony and a suite cabin on a cruise?
- Top 5 things to do on Royal Caribbean for adults.
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
This week's cruise story features Sharla recalling her first visit to Alaska on Explorer of the Seas, and which memories stand out from her first time visiting this area.
Harmony of the Seas Captain's message to guests: ready to welcome guests back
The Captain of Harmony of the Seas took to Twitter this week to share a short message to guests that he and the crew cannot wait to welcome back guests onboard.
In the short video, Captain Johnny Faevelen drove around the Central Park neighborhood on his scooter while showing off the ship.
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.