Royal Caribbean Post Round-Up: March 7, 2021
Welcome to March! We hope you are having a great weekend and are ready to sit back, relax and catch up with all the latest Royal Caribbean news!
Royal Caribbean made headlines this week when it announced its newest cruise ship will be redeployed to Israel.
Odyssey of the Seas will enter service in May 2021 with cruises from Haifa, Israel on a variety of 3- to 7-night sailings that visit the Greek islands and Cyprus.
These cruises are only available to be booked by residents of Israel, and all guests above the age of 16 will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Royal Caribbean News
- Royal Caribbean announces its 7-night Caribbean Winter 2022-2023 cruises
- New bill introduced allow cruise ships to sail to Alaska without stopping in Canada
- Allure of the Seas will be homeported in Galveston beginning November 2022
- Royal Caribbean Group CEO says no decision yet if passengers will need to get vaccine to cruise
- Royal Caribbean UK Boss: UK only cruises have "limited appeal"
- Royal Caribbean expands senior rates on select fall 2021 - spring 2022 cruises
- Why you should be thinking about booking a cruise for 2023 now
- Odyssey of the Seas completes journey to the sea
- Odyssey of the Seas scheduled for delivery to Royal Caribbean on March 24
- Comparing the biggest cruise ship in the world vs. Titanic
- What’s the difference between a large and small cruise ship?
- 13 Beautiful photos from Odyssey of the Seas conveyance
- How do cruise lines make money?
- Mailbag: Why can't cruise ships sail from other countries instead?
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
In this episode, Ashley and Matt talk about the first ships to restart cruises are all from non-traditional cruise ports. Is this a coincidence or new trend?
New RCB Video: Where are Royal Caribbean's cruise ships right now?
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Royal Caribbean updates new cruise ship delivery schedule
Perhaps nothing is as exciting in the cruise industry as when new cruise ships are built, and we have an updated look at what Royal Caribbean has planned.
One of the big questions throughout the cruise industry shutdown has been what impact will there be on new cruise ship orders.
As part of Royal Caribbean Group's fourth quarter 2020 earnings filing, the company included an updated schedule for new cruise ship deliveries.