Royal Caribbean Post Round-Up: September 13, 2020
Thank you for joining us for this a look at all the Royal Caribbean news from this week. We had plenty to share, so let us jump right in!
Royal Caribbean announced this week when they resume cruises, its mobile app will be at the heart of many new approaches and policies.
The Royal Caribbean app will be leveraged even more than before by adding new features and capabilities, with more coming in the future.
Features such as the new Muster 2.0, scheduled arrival times, digital key and more are going to be included in the app.
Royal Caribbean expects more advancements to be added to the app, including some changes that will take place "behind the scenes".
Royal Caribbean News
- Royal Caribbean Group hired a new government relations expert.
- Two new Odyssey of the Seas construction photo updates were released this week.
- Spotted: Later check-in times for Royal Caribbean cruises.
- Royal Caribbean CEO Michael Bayley is part of task force to safe return of tourism to the Caribbean.
- Miami-Dade officials slammed the CDC for slow response to cruise lines to restarting.
- New drone photos of Wonder of the Seas.
- The 3 most important upcoming dates for Royal Caribbean.
- Why you shouldn't fly to your cruise the same day it begins.
- Is the Royal Caribbean credit card worth it?
- A new brighter design for Royal Caribbean deck plans on at least one ship.
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Royal Caribbean Group CEO: "We may be within sight of the end"
Royal Caribbean Group Chairman and CEO Richard Fain offered optimism and insight during the continued cruise shutdown.
In a new video update, Mr. Fain said he feels "more positive" that the end of this period of no cruises may finally be coming to an end.
In addition, he touched upon the work the Healthy Sail Panel is doing, and commented on how impressed he is with their progress.