Royal Caribbean Post Round-Up: March 21, 2021
This was a busy week with Royal Caribbean news, and we have a summary of all of the news from this week to make certain you did not miss any of it.
This week we finally got the news we have been waiting for. Royal Caribbean announced it would restart Adventure of the Seas this summer from the Bahamas.
Adventure of the Seas will offer 7-night cruises from her new homeport of Nassau, Bahamas between June and August 2021.
All crew and guests above the age of 18 will need to be full vaccinated in order to come onboard. Children under the age of 18 with proof of negative COVID-19 test results are able to sail as well.
The new cruises on Adventure of the Seas will go on sale beginning March 24, 2021.
Royal Caribbean News
- Celebrity Cruises will restart cruises from St. Maarten.
- Everything we know about if Royal Caribbean will require a vaccine.
- Mariner of the Seas has been redeployed between October 2021 - April 2022.
- Royal Caribbean released its Australia 2022-2023 cruise deployment.
- New updates from Royal Caribbean on June cruises, Alaska, and more.
- Norwegian Cruise Line cancelled its June 2021 cruises this week.
- Frequently asked questions about
- What should you not buy on a cruise ship?
- The top 7 cruise ship things you're still saying wrong.
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
In this episode, we take a look at what is holding up Australia cruises from restarting and the latest cruise news from down under.
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Royal Caribbean will sail from the West Coast again!
Royal Caribbean will finally return to offering cruises from California for the first time in over a decade.
Navigator of the Seas will sail from Los Angeles in summer 2022 to offer sailings to the Mexican Riviera.
The new sailings will vary between 3-, 4- and 5-night itineraries to Catalina Island, California and Ensenada and Cabo San Lucas, Mexico – plus, select winter holiday 7-night sailings will feature overnights in the popular resort city.
Royal Caribbean’s new year-round adventures from LA will open for sale the week of March 29, 2021.