Thanks for joining us for another weekly look at all of the Royal Caribbean news from this week. The late-summer heat is still on, and we have plenty of Royal Caribbean news to share from this week.
After passionate backlash, Royal Caribbean’s CEO, Michael Bayley, took to Facebook to announce the cruise line will not be charging for Sorrento’s pizza.
Mr. Bayley wrote that 80% of readers responded “no” to an email survey that asked readers whether they would still dine at Sorrento’s pizza if an extra fee was applied.
Mr. Bayley assured readers that the change will not take place: "To calm all our Pizza lovers don’t worry we are not charging for Pizza."
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Is charging for pizza on the menu? And an Icon update and changes to the Diamond Lounge.
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The biggest cruise hack that has saved me thousands of dollars
Are you getting the best rate possible for your cruise fare? Saving money on your cruise will allow you to splurge on your cruise, such as purchasing drink packages, excursions, or specialty dining.
Additionally, getting a good price will allow you to travel more often instead of breaking your bank in one trip.
Depending on when you book your cruise, you may be able to use this surprising hack to save money on your fare.
We asked our readers what one thing they wish they packed for their cruise
No one wants to forget an important item on their cruise. Either you will go without it, and suffer a steeper charge to buy it onboard.
We asked our readers what item they wished they had packed on their cruise, and made a list of the most important responses.
From travel fans to aloe vera, make sure you’re not missing any essentials when you pack.
I stayed in the cheapest cabin on Adventure of the Seas
What does a night look like inside the cheapest cabin on Adventure of the Seas?
Angie recently chose a guarantee stateroom for her cruise, ensuring a lower-priced room but a random, often less favorable location.
Although clean and tidy, the room was small and windowless. Check out our link for a full cabin tour of the $300-a-night stateroom.
10 genius things cruise ship passengers brought to CocoCay to make it even better
Perfect Day at CocoCay is Royal Caribbean’s private island, where cruisers can have a complimentary island and beach experience.
While crew members will work to make sure your day there is perfect, it doesn’t hurt to come prepared.
30 Do's and Don'ts for the first day of your cruise
What should (and shouldn't) you do on the first day of the cruise to ensure you have a great start?
There's lots of good advice out there, so we whittled it down for you.
From arriving at the cruise terminal to making dining reservations, exploring the ship, and finding the best spot for sailaway, here are some of the best do’s and don’ts for the first day of your Royal Caribbean cruise.