Can you believe it's the last day of July already? It is the middle of Summer and there is a lot of Royal Caribbean news to catch up from during this week.
It looks like some unvaccinated passengers above the age of 12 will be able to go on a cruise soon.
We confirmed with Royal Caribbean an update shared by Royal Caribbean International President and CEO Michael Bayley that the line intends to open up space for unvaccinated adults without the need for an exemption.
Royal Caribbean promises an update next week, but a spokesperson for Royal Caribbean indicated that, "starting August 8th, 2022, we’ll be transitioning so that we can welcome all guests onboard our ships."
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New RCB Video: 6 cruise ship main dining room rules to follow — Plus 1 to break
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 — 6 cruise ship main dining room rules to follow — Plus 1 to break — and don’t forget to subscribe here.
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
The 462nd episode of the Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast is now available, featuring a review of the Mariner of the Seas group cruise.
Matt sailed on Mariner of the Seas with a group of friends for the first RoyalCaribbeanBlog group cruise of the year, and shares a look back at the fun they had onboard.
Please feel free to subscribe via iTunes or RSS, and head over to rate and review the podcast on iTunes if you can! We’d appreciate it.
Covid-19 testing will be dropped for vaccinated cruisers on shorter sailings
Royal Caribbean announced it will stop requiring a pre-cruise test for vaccinated passengers on shorter sailings.
Starting Aug. 8, testing will be required for unvaccinated guests on all voyages and for vaccinated guests only on voyages that are six nights or longer.
Up until now, all guests were required to get a Covid-19 test completed prior to their cruise, regardless of vaccination status.
Why Wonder of the Seas might the perfect cruise ship for a first timer
Know someone that has resisted trying a cruise ship for one reason or another? Wonder of the Seas might be the perfect first cruise ship for them!
Whether they think they'll be bored, overwhelmed, or stuck at sea, Royal Caribbean designed Wonder of the Seas to address all those concerns.
Anthem of the Seas Guide & Review
Anthem of the Seas is a popular Royal Caribbean cruise ship because of her innovations and fun itineraries.
If you have a cruise booked on Anthem, here's a full rundown of what to expect onboard!