Happy Sunday! Temperatures may be dropping, but there is plenty of Royal Caribbean news to share. This is your weekly summary of all the Royal Caribbean news from this past week, perfectly fitted for your consumption.
Royal Caribbean International President and CEO Michael Bayley answered questions on a variety of topics this week, giving us insight into what to expect from the cruise line in the near future.
Speaking onboard Odyssey of the Seas, Mr. Bayley hosted a question and answer session with travel agents that covered many aspects of what Royal Caribbean is doing right now.
Questions touched on health protocols, the app, Perfect Day at Cococay, and more.
Royal Caribbean News
- Disney Cruise Line will require kids 5 years and older to be fully vaccinated
- Royal Caribbean will begin offering consecutive cruisers at-home Covid tests
- Check out our Navigator of the Seas live blog
- Two calendar days (not 48 hours) is when you need to get your pre-cruise test completed
- Best things to do on an Alaska cruise
- A beginner's guide to sailing in Star Class
- What it's like to go on an Alaskan cruise at the end of the season
- World Wonders you can see on your next Royal Caribbean cruise
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
Jay previews the ships, ports, and projects guests can look forward to seeing in the next two years.
New RCB Video: What it was like to go on a cruise ship in the 1970s
Have you subscribed to the Royal Caribbean Blog YouTube Channel? We share some great videos there regularly, all about taking a Royal Caribbean cruise! This week, we are sharing our latest video — What it was like to go on a cruise ship in the 1970s — and don’t forget to subscribe here.
6 things you can only do on Odyssey of the Seas
With every new Royal Caribbean cruise ship, there are at least a few things that the cruise line adds that are brand new to the fleet.
Along with favorites that make it on every ship, there are a few new venues and features that get added as well.
Here are a list of six things you can only do on Odyssey of the Seas.