Royal Caribbean Post Round-Up: July 18, 2021
Happy Sunday! We hope you are having a great weekend! Now it’s time to sit back, relax, and catch up on all the Royal Caribbean news from the week!
Royal Caribbean shared which changes to its customer loyalty program will be temporary or permanent.
As cruise ships return to service, the Crown and Anchor Society has had some changes made to adhere to certain social distancing guidelines.
Most of the changes are enhancements or additions, although there are a few benefits that have been temporarily rescinded and fewer that have been permanently removed.
To clarify the situation, Royal Caribbean has outlined which changes are going to be lasting, and which are just here for the time being.
Royal Caribbean News
- Royal Caribbean gets CDC approval to start test sailings on Ovation of the Seas
- NCL sues Florida over vaccine passport ban
- Royal Caribbean reverses decision to get rid of popular customer loyalty perk after fan backlash
- Royal Caribbean Group CEO celebrates cruise ships sailing again
- A look at Royal Caribbean's new fleetwide drink menu
- Top questions Royal Caribbean hasn't answered yet about its restart plans
- Coco Beach Club: cost, tips & review
- Some cruise lines will not allow passengers with mixed vaccines to sail
- Canada lifts cruise ship ban beginning in November
- Grand Lucayan resort day pass in Freeport
Video: What's one thing you will never do on a cruise?
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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
It may be just three sailings so far, but Matt got to try a few new restaurants and return to some favorites. In this episode, he has a look at which dishes really stood out.
Royal Caribbean will begin picking volunteers to go on test cruises
Check your email, because invitations to test cruises are coming soon.
Royal Caribbean posted on social media it will begin picking randomly from its list of well over a quarter of a million volunteers to come aboard a test cruise.
"The time is here," Royal Caribbean announced with excitement. "This week we’ll be randomly selecting and extending invites to registered Volunteers to participate in upcoming simulation cruises."