There's always something new and different happening with Royal Caribbean that it's hard to cover it all, but there were a few things over the last few days that I've summed up in a new post.
There are smaller updates from across the fleet that I think are kind of interesting, neat, or otherwise good to know.
If you ever have a news tip, feel free to email it to [email protected] for possible inclusion in a future update!
New water cans
It appears Royal Caribbean is rolling out its own brand of water cans to replace water bottles.
For years, Royal Caribbean has offered water bottles to guests, but Joshua Greenfield shared he was on Odyssey of the Seas last week and the ship now had aluminum cans instead of water bottles.
Matthew Moss said the bartender on his ship claimed the cans were easier to recycle than water bottles.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Miami
Royal Caribbean's Terminal A in PortMiami had a festive look when Oasis of the Seas returned to dock there on Sunday.
Karen Fraser snapped up photos of Royal Caribbean's cruise terminal with Christmas red and green colors displayed around the terminal.
Photo by Katie Miller
The building is equipped with LED lighting, which allows Royal Caribbean to change the color lighting as it sees fit.
Pool deck maintenance
Enchantment of the Seas is getting ready to restart cruises on December 23rd, but work on the pool needs to commence first.
Gladys Cruzen shared a letter given to guests on a test cruise to inform them of unplanned maintenance is needed in the adults-only Solarium, in addition to ongoing work on the pool deck.
Enchantment of the Seas will restart sailings from Baltimore when she returns to service.