Royal Caribbean Post Round-Up: February 14, 2021
Happy Valentine's Day! Hope your day is filled with chocolate, flowers and a Royal Caribbean cruise! We are spreading the Royal Caribbean love with our look at all the Royal Caribbean news from this week.
It looks like Royal Caribbean will work to give all of its crew members COVID-19 vaccines.
An email was sent to crew members to inform them that Royal Caribbean expects to vaccinate its crew once sailings restart.
The cruise line does not yet know how or when the vaccine would be distributed to crew members, as it may depend on the country of residence, the timing of the next contract and whether the crew is already on board or traveling.
Royal Caribbean News
- Royal Caribbean has not yet cancelled Alaska cruises
- Royal Caribbean will continue offering cruises to nowhere from Singapore through June 2021
- Royal Caribbean releases 2022-2023 cruises sailing from Northeast US
- Grandfather of toddler who fell from a Royal Caribbean ship sentenced to probation
- 10 Ways Cruising Has Changed in the Last 30 Years
- Which Ships Did Royal Caribbean Sell?
- Why hasn't Royal Caribbean cancelled Alaska 2021 cruises yet?
- Congress members call Canada's ban of cruise ships "unacceptable"
- Why are new cruise ships still being built?
- Odyssey of the Seas construction photo update - February 8, 2021
- First Timers' Guide to Celebrity Edge
- Carnival takes down new health protocols from its website
- Cozumel floats idea of being homeport for cruise ships
- MSC introduces humanoid robot bartender
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
In this episode, Hayley shares her cruise story celebrating her wedding anniversary in Alaska.
New RCB Video: Reacting to "You Should Forget 2021 Cruises" advice
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Here are the two port projects Royal Caribbean intends to complete
The global health crisis has wreaked havoc on Royal Caribbean's plans for the next few years, but at least two projects will still continue.
Port of Galveston Port Director Rodger Rees confirmed the two projects Royal Caribbean told him will move ahead in 2021.
Despite the major setbacks financially, Royal Caribbean remains committed to the Port of Galveston cruise terminal project, as well as the Freeport, Bahamas port expansion.