Hope you are having a great weekend. Here is all of this week's Royal Caribbean cruise news.
The contract you agree to when you book a cruise now includes additional disclosures regarding COVID-19.
Royal Caribbean has updated its Cruise Contract with new language related to the current global health crisis at some point in the last few months.
Section 4 of the contract used to cover simply "medical care and other personal services" has been updated to now cover "public health, COVID-19 policies and procedures, knowing acceptance of the risks".
Royal Caribbean News
- Royal Caribbean begins dropping visits to Key West following cruise ship ban
- The big questions for Royal Caribbean's 4th quarter earnings call next week
- Luxury cruise line will require everyone to get a COVID-19 vaccine
- Royal Caribbean pushes back final payment date for 2021 Alaska and New England cruises
- Royal Caribbean joins movement to bring shore power to cruise ships
- Norwegian Cruise Line cancels May 2021 cruises
- Is there a pattern to when Royal Caribbean cancels cruises?
- Carnival CEO: "By the end of this year, most, if not all, of our fleet will be in action"
- First look at AquaTheater on Royal Caribbean's Wonder of the Seas
- Royal Caribbean's online check-in requires a negative covid test before arriving to the cruise terminal
- Royal Caribbean opens $40 million funding option for travel agents
- Odyssey of the Seas construction photo update - February 16, 2021
- 10 Things Royal Caribbean does differently from any other cruise line
- What's Included on a Celebrity Cruise?
- A Valentine's Day story from the only Royal Caribbean cruise ship sailing
New RCB Video: What is the WORST Royal Caribbean ship?
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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
In this episode, Teresa shares her cruise story from Allure of the Seas trying two cruises in a row.
Coast Guard wont fine you for not wearing a mask on a cruise ship, but you will get kicked off
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) requires people on public transportation to wear masks, but what is the penalty if you don't comply?
If you don't wear a face mask on an airplane, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will fine you, but the Coast Guard will not do the same for cruise ship guests violating the new Federal rules.
A spokesperson for the Coast Guard provided a vague explanation that they intend to ensure cruise ships are enforcing the rules, but stopped short of saying they would fine passengers caught breaking the rules in a similar way that the TSA does.