Royal Caribbean Post Round-Up: April 11, 2021
Spring is here and it is also Sunday, which means we are celebrating warm(er) temperatures and Royal Caribbean news from this week!
The state of Florida on Thursday sued the federal government in order to get cruise ships started up again.
Florida Governor Ron Desantis announced on Thursday the state is filing a lawsuit against the federal government, United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and CDC, demanding cruise ships be reopened immediately.
The CDC has been blocking most cruise vessels from sailing in U.S. waters since the coronavirus outbreak was declared a pandemic in March of 2020, citing COVID-19-related risks.
Royal Caribbean News
- Royal Caribbean cancels most cruises in June
- Royal Caribbean sends cruise ship to assist in volcano evacuations in St. Vincent
- Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line CEOs call for cruises to be allowed to sail
- Cruise industry rejects new CDC technical instructions & calls them "unworkable"
- U.S. Transportation Secretary: Cruises could restart by midsummer
- New Anthem of the Seas summer 2021 cruises from UK available to book now
- Royal Caribbean is working to get more flight options to the Bahamas
- CLIA asked why CDC is holding cruise ships to a double standard
- 5 ways the CDC proves it doesn't understand cruise ships
- How to tell your Congressperson you want the CDC to let cruise ships sail
- Michael Bayley addresses concerns of requiring Covid-19 vaccine on Royal Caribbean ships
- Carnival cancels June 2021 cruises
- NCL follows Royal Caribbean's lead and announces cruises outside U.S.
- NCL submits plan to CDC how it can restart cruises by July
- Four Royal Caribbean cruise ships will get dry dock work in Spain
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Royal Caribbean will start West Coast cruises earlier than planned, beginning in November 2021
Royal Caribbean will start its West Coast cruises earlier than expected.
Instead of beginning cruises from Los Angeles, California in June 2022, Royal Caribbean has moved up the start date to November 2021.
Navigator of the Seas will operate short three- and four-night sailings calling on Ensenada, Mexico, and Catalina Island. There will also be several five-night sailings that will also include a stop in Cabo San Lucas, and select weeklong voyages will include an overnight stay.