Royal Caribbean Post Round-Up: September 27, 2020
Happy weekend! We have a look back at all the Royal Caribbean news from this week to share with all of you.
Royal Caribbean's Healthy Sail Panel released its initial recommendations this week, outlining a plan for cruises to safely return.
The detailed list of recommendations encompasses 74 steps and is 65 pages long, tackling a number of scenarios and approaches for ensuring guests and crew members are safe, while mitigating any infection onboard.
Here is a look at the most important health protocol changes to know about.
Royal Caribbean News
- Royal Caribbean will redeploy five cruise ships for summer 2021.
- Royal Caribbean executives have not ruled out cruises in 2020 yet.
- 4 Cruise CEOs see cruises restarting in USA thanks to newly announced safety policies.
- Miami-Dade Mayor has called for the CDC not to extend No Sail order.
- The option to Lift & Shift your cruise until next year expires in a few days.
- Royal Caribbean Group Chairman says new health protocols help cruises "coming back sooner".
- 6 questions we still have after Royal Caribbean released new health guidelines.
- Will the new Senate bill help the cruise lines restart?
- 5 recommendations for wearing masks on cruise ships by the Healthy Sail Panel.
- Royal Caribbean and NCL CEOs had a good laugh on television this week.
- The best spot for sailaway on every Royal Caribbean cruise ship.
- A preview of a new drone show for Odyssey of the Seas.
- There is still time to save money on a pre-cruise purchase during the Fall into Savings sale.
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
Josh took a cruise on Adventure of the Seas, unaware of all the new friends he would make onboard, and it completely changed how he would approach cruising.
New RCB Video: Top myths people believe about cruises!
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5 things you've probably overlooked with the new cruise protocols
The Healthy Sail Panel announced sweeping changes in how cruise ships operate in order to keep them safe, so it is very easy to omit some important takeaways.
In looking over the 65 pages of information provided by this group of globally recognized medical and scientific experts, there is a lot of considerations and notes for the future included with the new rules.
I picked out five really important things to keep in mind when it comes to reviewing these new protocols.