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Royal Caribbean has dropped mask requirements in cruise ship terminals.
Following the overturning of a federal mandate for masks in transportation hubs earlier this week, Royal Caribbean announced masks would be optional in cruise terminals, unless required by local regulation.
Rival cruise line Carnival also announced a similar policy change.
Royal Caribbean News
- Royal Caribbean announces health protocols for UK cruises
- Royal Caribbean adds optional field to upload proof of booster in app
- Royal Caribbean updates: Rhapsody of the Seas drydock, Galveston terminal, & more
- Wonder of the Seas departs on transatlantic to begin inaugural European season
- Cargo ship hits Mariner of the Seas while docked in Freeport
- Royal Caribbean has spent the second most on TV travel advertising so far this year
- Guide to cruises from Fort Lauderdale
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
The 451st episode of the Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast is now available, in which Matt lists his favorite places to eat on Royal Caribbean.
Matt revisits this list to see which restaurants are his must-eats every time he sails.
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New RCB Video: The Royal Caribbean drink package mistake too many people are still making
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 — The Royal Caribbean drink package mistake too many people are still making — and don’t forget to subscribe here.
Mariner of the Seas live blog
Allie and Angie took a 4-night Mariner of the Seas cruise to see if they could get on the cheapest cruise they could find.
They also shared a daily look at what it's like on Mariner of the Seas right now, with updates from around the ship.
Not only did they share the onboard experience, but their cruise visited Freeport, Nassau, and Perfect Day at CocoCay.
Odyssey of the Seas vs. Wonder of the Seas
Which of Royal Caribbean's two newest cruise ships should you go on first?
Odyssey of the Seas and Wonder of the Seas offer the latest and greatest that Royal Caribbean has to offer, but they're different classes of ships with a different set of things to do.
Check out our look at how Odyssey of the Seas and Wonder of the Seas compare.
Alaska cruise guide
Alaska is one of the most beautiful places you can visit on a cruise ship, and you're going to want to know what to expect before your visit to avoid common mistakes.
Planning an Alaska cruise means considering the time of year, ports of call, shore excursions and what to pack.
Our Alaska cruise guide includes everything you'll need to know before you sail north.