The fall temperatures may be dropping, but the Royal Caribbean news from this week is as hot as ever, and we have it all summarized for you in this week's round up!
Royal Caribbean plans to restart cruises in December on Quantum of the Seas, and has released some easy to read guides about the new changes that will be added.
The cruise line calls its collection of new health protocols, "The Royal Promise", and it encompasses all the new changes onboard to protect guests from the current health crisis.
These changes include reducing the number of guests onboard to no more than 50% occupancy, testing everyone before sailing, and enhanced cleanliness standards.
Royal Caribbean News
- Top 10 most surprising new cruise health protocols
- How Royal Caribbean will circulate air on its cruise ships to protect against coronavirus
- Royal Caribbean’s plan to avoid a ship getting quarantined
- Grandfather pleads guilty in death of toddler who fell from a Royal Caribbean ship
- Parents of toddler are still pursuing a lawsuit against Royal Caribbean
- A decision on lifting the cruise ship ban could be coming as early as this week
- 7 hints & updates from Royal Caribbean on what's next
- Royal Caribbean gives business update on 2021 bookings, restarting & impact of shutdown
- What happens if a cruise is oversold above reduced capacity?
- Is Royal Caribbean's chat feature coming to more ships?
- Is it worth it to book a short 3-night cruise?
- 8 Secret spots on Royal Caribbean cruise ships
- Top 14 best free things to do on a Royal Caribbean cruise
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
Getting married on a cruise is something many couples choose to do, and this week's podcast episode is about Rebecca's Allure of the Seas wedding cruise.
Rebecca shares why she chose to get married on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship, and what goes into planning a wedding and honeymoon cruise.
New RCB Video: 6 things that happen on a cruise that nobody talks about
Have you subscribed to the Royal Caribbean Blog YouTube Channel? We share some great videos there regularly, all about taking a Royal Caribbean cruise! This week, we are sharing our latest video — 6 things that happen on a cruise that nobody talks about — and don’t forget to subscribe here.
Three things Royal Caribbean needs to go right for cruises to resume in the U.S.
While Royal Caribbean announced it will restart cruises in Singapore, the big question is when will they be able to cruise again from the United States?
The next couple of weeks could be a moment of truth for the industry. In order for cruises to resume sooner than later in the USA, at least three key things have to go Royal Caribbean's way.
Based on comments from last week's meeting with the cruise lines and Vice President Mike Pence, here are the three big things that have to fall into place for Royal Caribbean.