How Royal Caribbean will let you take advantage of a price drop up until 48 hours before your cruiseIn:
Last week Royal Caribbean expanded the option to take advantage of a price drop up until 48 hours before the start of the cruise.
The Best Price Guarantee allows guests to take advantage of a better price up to 48 hours before your sail date. If there is a better price, you can contact your travel agent or Royal Caribbean and have the new price applied.
If there is a price drop and you re-price the cruise, you will receive the difference as a non-refundable onboard credit inside final payment or rate adjustment outside final payment.
This is significant because prior to this announcement, once guests hit final payment date, it was not practical to make price changes past the final payment date.
The Best Price Guarantee is part of Royal Caribbean's Cruise with Confidence program, that aims to offer guests more flexibility and assurance that they can cancel or rebook if they so change their mind later.
Like other aspects of the Cruise with Confidence program, the Best Price Guarantee covers sailings booked on or before August 1, 2020, that set sail on or before April 30, 2022.
Best Price Guarantee FAQs
If I am issued onboard credit, when will I get it?
The difference in pricing will be added to the booking as an onboard credit and it’ll be applied within 14 business days, and a new confirmation will be generated with the Onboard Credit value.
If there is a price reduction, will it automatically be applied to my reservation?
No, pricing will remain unchanged unless you contact your travel agent or Royal Caribbean to reprice the reservation.
If I reprice my cruise under Best Price Guarantee, will I be able to keep promotional onboard credits previously confirmed on the reservation?
When you re-price a cruise, you accept the new promotional incentives, which replace any onboard credit or promos that came with the previous booking.
Do all rate codes qualify for Best Price Guarantee?
Select restricted rates are ineligible for Lift & Shift and Best Price Guarantee - including but not limited to Net rates, Casino rates, Travel Agent Friends & Family rates, Travel Agent Reduced rates, and complimentary staterooms.
Royal Caribbean announced on Wednesday it will launch a private offering of $3.3 billion in senior secured notes due 2023 and 2025.
Senior secured debt holders are invested in debt that is tethered and secured to something solid as collateral, which in this case is the cruise line's ships. And because it is considered "senior" debt, it has seniority over all other debts, which means it is first to be reimbursed.
The Notes and the related guarantees will be secured by 28 of the company's vessels and material intellectual property of the company. The obligations under the Notes and the related guarantees will be secured by the collateral in an amount not to exceed permitted capacity under the company's existing indebtedness.
Royal Caribbean expects to use the proceeds from the offering to repay its $2.35 billion, 364-day term loan agreement, that was disclosed on March 23. The remainder of the proceeds is expected to be used for general corporate purposes, which could include repayment of other debt.
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has hired Washington D.C. lobbying firm Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, and independent lobbyist Kevin Kayes to represent their interests.
Politico reported the cruise giant has hired Brownstein Hyatt to bolster the cruise line's lobbying power.
Despite the Royal Caribbean and other cruise lines not getting federal stimulus funds in March, Royal Caribbean’s vice president of federal relations, Eleni Kalisch, says the hiring has nothing to do with the current coronavirus situation.
"We retained Brownstein Hyatt just to enhance our general legislative work in DC," Kalisch told Politico. "They will not be seeking any coronavirus relief on our behalf."
Coincidentally, Carnival also hired lobbyists in Crestview Strategy.
A great deal of Royal Caribbean cruises have been cancelled in the wake of the global suspension of cruising, and many readers are wondering if Royal Caribbean will cancel more cruises and what happens if their cruise is included.
Royal Caribbean originally announced it would cease its sailings from March 14 - April 11, 2020, but those dates have been pushed back repeatedly.
The result has been a lot of uncertainty and doubt about the future of cruising, and what to expect if your Royal Caribbean cruise is cancelled.
Royal Caribbean cancelled cruises
As of May 20, 2020, Royal Caribbean has cancelled all sailings through July 31, 2020.
Royal Caribbean says it intends to resume sailings on August 1, 2020, although it has warned more cancelled cruises are possible due to continued disruptions to travel and port operations in various regions.
Official statement from Royal Caribbean
Here is what Royal Caribbean has stated in their official statement:
Given ongoing global public health circumstances, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has decided to extend the suspension of most sailings through July 31, 2020, with the exception of sailings from China, which will be suspended through the end of June.
We are working with our guests and travel partners to address this disruption to their vacations, and we are genuinely sorry for their inconvenience.
We expect to return to service on August 1.
What happens if Royal Caribbean cancels my cruise?
If Royal Caribbean cancels more cruises, guests and their travel agents will be notified via email the the sailing is cancelled.
You will have the choice of taking a 100% refund or a 125% Future Cruise Credit.
There is no wrong option, it boils down to do you prefer to get your money back in cash, or take advantage of a generous credit that can be applied to a cruise in the future.
Future cruise credits must be redeemed by January 1, 2021 and sail by April 30, 2022. In addition, you can always change your mind and switch a future cruise credit to a refund anytime through December 31, 2020.
If you want the refund, your travel agent can take care of the request for you, or you can do it yourself via the self-service refund request form.
Regardless of which option you choose, taxes, port fees and gratuities will automatically be refunded to your original form of payment.
How to cancel your Royal Caribbean cruise
If you are leery of your upcoming cruise and want to cancel your Royal Caribbean cruise, here is what you need to know.
Before final payment date
If you have not reached final payment date yet, you are subject to the traditional means of cancelling your cruise and getting a refund will depend on which type of deposit you booked.
- If you booked your cruise directly with Royal Caribbean, you must call them to do so.
- If you booked with a travel agent, your travel agent will need to cancel the cruise on your behalf.
New and existing bookings created by August 1, 2020
Royal Caribbean's "Cruise with Confidence" program offers the flexibility to cancel a cruise up to 48 hours prior to sailing and receive a full credit of the cruise fare for a future cruise through April 2022.
Whether it is a booking you already have or one you make right now through August 1, 2020, as long as you cancel at least 48 hours before your sail date, you’ll receive a Future Cruise Credit.
The Cruise with Confidence program covers sailings booked on or before August 1, 2020, that set sail on or before April 30, 2022.
The credit is valid through December 31, 2021 or 12 months from your original canceled sail date (whichever is longer) and can be used for any open sailings at the time of booking.
Lift & Shift
In lieu of canceling and rebooking, Royal Caribbean introduced Lift and Shift, where you can move an existing booking to next year.
For guests with sailings that qualify for Cruise with Confidence that are ready to move to an alternative sail date in the following year, Royal Caribbean will protect the original price and/or promotion if the alternative sailing is the same itinerary, length, and stateroom category.
The new sail date next year can be within 4 weeks (before or after) of the original sail date. For example, if you are moving from a July 30, 2020 sailing, you must move to a sailing that is the same itinerary, length, and stateroom category, and the sail date should be June 30, 2021 – August 30, 2021.
To be eligible for Lift & Shift, you must move your booking on or before August 1, 2020.
What happens to any pre-cruise purchases, such as beverage packages, shore excursions, etc. if my cruise is cancelled?
Any pre-cruise purchase will be refunded to the original form of payment.
This includes moving your cruise with our Life and Shift option under the Cruise with Confidence program.
How long does it take to get a refund from Royal Caribbean?
It is no secret that refunds are taking longer than expected, and Royal Caribbean has admitted to delays in processing them.
Refunds were expected to take 30 days to process, but some refunds are taking up to 45 days.
The good news is that refunds are going through, it just may take a bit longer than expected.
When will Royal Caribbean cruises resume?
No one truly knows the answer to this question.
Royal Caribbean has said it currently plans to resume operations in some capacity on August 1, 2020, but that date is subject to change and many expect that date to slip.
The bottom line is, Royal Caribbean will start cruising again when it is safe to do so, and proper procedures and policies are in place to keep guests and crew healthy and safe. Moreover, continued disruptions to travel and port operations in various regions may result in further suspensions.
Royal Caribbean indicated it is working with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, global public health authorities and national and local governments to enhance measures to protect the health, safety and security of guests, crew and the communities visited when we are out of service and once operations resume.
Is it safe to cruise when sailings resume?
The answer to if you should cruise when sailings start back up again is going to be a very personal decision.
Royal Caribbean is actively working on developing a comprehensive and multi-faceted program that addresses the public health challenges for everyone on a ship.
In a recent poll, 61% of people indicated they would feel comfortable going on a Royal Caribbean cruise right away once it resumes.
I have been onboard Royal Caribbean vessels when a norovirus outbreak occurred, and feel confident in the cruise line's procedures that mitigate the spread among guests and crew.
Given the nature of the Cruising with Confidence policy, my only advice is you have nothing to lost by waiting and seeing how things progress and make a decision closer to your sail date. Be sure to set a deadline of a bit earlier than 48 hours before your cruise so that you have time for the request to be processed.
Are all Royal Caribbean cruises cancelled?
Yes. All Royal Caribbean sailings are cancelled until July 31, 2020. More cancellations are possible depending on a variety of factors.
If I cancel my cruise and Royal Caribbean later cancels the sailing, do I qualify for the cancellation offer?
No. If you opt to cancel before Royal Caribbean cancels the sailing, you cannot take advantage of any offers or better deals the cruise line has in place.
How long will I have to redeem my Future Cruise Credit?
Future Cruise Credits are valid through December 31, 2021 or 12 months from your original canceled sail date (whichever is longer) and can be used for any open sailings at the time of booking.
Can you get your money back if you cancel a cruise?
If Royal Caribbean cancels your cruise, you can choose a 100% cash refund.
If you want to cancel the sailing, you can only get a 100% refund if you are before final payment date, per the terms of the booking you agreed to when reserving the cruise.
You can, however, get a 100% future cruise credit refund regardless of the deposit you have by taking advantage of the Cruise with Confidence program. Check the "How to cancel your Royal Caribbean cruise" section on this page for more information.
Have any questions I did not answer with the above FAQ? Do you agree or disagree with my advice? Any questions I can help you answer? Please share your thoughts below in the comments!
Going on a Royal Caribbean cruise is a great family vacation idea, but cruising with kids is definitely a different cruise compared to without them.
Having started cruising as an adult, and then bringing my children on Royal Caribbean, I have made quite a few shifts and adjustments in how I cruise, and here are some important things anyone going on a Royal Caribbean cruise should know about for their trip!
Cruise at their speed
One of the earliest lessons I learned about cruising with kids is to slow our routine down, and let the kids have time for them.
As adults, it feels natural to do a lot of walking around the ship and exploring different venues. In addition, "burning the candle at both ends" is something else we parents tend to do, in terms of waking up early for excursions and staying up late for shows and dinner.
While you do not have to give up everything you are used to, slowing the pace down is a great idea for the sanity of everyone included.
One thing I always try to include now is time for the kids to splash and slide on the pool deck, sleep in some more, and provide breaks where they can chill out in the room.
Providing kids time to "do their own thing" helps them either burn some of the energy they have, or regain it by taking it easy.
Two rooms or bust!
I love my children, but I do not love sharing and sleeping in the same room as them.
Most families look for a single stateroom that can accommodate everyone, but from one parent to another, let me emphasize the importance of getting two smaller connecting rooms.
The cost of two staterooms is often cheaper than some of the family staterooms, and can offer more separation between family members (a plus for families with teenagers).
Booking two staterooms also allows for connecting staterooms, in which there is a door between the staterooms that allows for easy flow between them. This can be convenient during the day to keep the doors open, essentially creating a two room stateroom.
Splashaway Bay is the best onboard feature
Royal Caribbean has been a family-friendly cruise line since its inception, and among all the features and amenities it has added for kids, nothing has been as big of a hit with kids as Splashaway Bay.
The kid-focused aquatic park is the destination for my kids on any ship and has become a must-have onboard amenity for them.
They love the slides, splash buckets, geysers, and fountains.
I love the lounge chairs that surround the area, as well as the conveniently located nearby bars.
Register for Adventure Ocean on the first day
Just like the first day of school, it is important to register your kids for Adventure Ocean on the first day of the cruise.
Adventure Ocean is Royal Caribbean's award-winning children's programming and it is the focal point of what the cruise line offers for kids to do onboard.
Many parents are just as apprehensive about their kids going in there as the kids are about fitting in. My best advice is to go to Adventure Ocean on the first day during the open house hours in the early afternoon.
Not only is this meant for registration, but it allows the kids to explore the facility, meet the counselors, and ask questions. Taking advantage of the open house tends to alleviate a great deal of concern from parent and child alike.
By the same token, going to Adventure Ocean on the first evening is when a lot of the friendships and social circles are formed, so ideally have the kids go up on the first day.
Leave the stroller at home
My wife and I argued about this point when my children were younger, but I say leave the stroller at home.
Strollers are great, but on a cruise ship I find them more of a hindrance then a benefit due to their size.
I totally understand how nice it is not to have to carry kids, but I find strollers totally impractical in many Caribbean ports due to uneven paving, lots of beaches, and of course the added weight of dealing with it. On the ship, they just take up space and narrow hallways make them a pain to navigate.
If you really need a stroller, I would concede an umbrella stroller that can fold down and is not too heavy is not a terrible idea, especially if it can fit under the bed.
What car seats?
This may be the most shocking aspect of this post, but a lot of parents ask how I bring a car seat to use in taxis in Caribbean ports and the answer is I don't.
Bringing a car seat is about the most impractical thing you can have on a cruise, and in almost every single Caribbean port, no taxis provide them. So I do what my parents did with me when I was a kid, and have the kids on our lap or buckle them in with regular seat belts.
I know, it is sacrilegious to do that back at home, but it is the way it is when traveling in the Caribbean.
Don't be afraid to ask the waiter for something else
Kids are notoriously picky eaters, but that does not mean you have to relegate yourself to only eating at Sorrento's or the Windjammer.
At any restaurant you dine at, be sure to ask the waiter for something else if the kids are not finding anything to their liking on the printed menu.
Many restaurants have a kids menu, and in addition to that, I have found waiters more than happy to grab a slice of pizza or a hot dog from Sorrento's or the Windjammer for the kids.
The key is not to feel bashful for asking for something else. Your child is far from the first to chomp down on pizza and fries while dining at Izumi.
Saving money with kids
My final lesson with cruising with kids is a smattering of ways to save a few bucks along the way.
- Do not prebook kids at specialty dining (or buy them a dining package). Kids ages 6-12 can dine at specialty restaurants for a $10 cover charge.
- The exception is Izumi Hibachi because it is so popular, book them at the adult price and ask the wait staff at check-in to refund the difference.
- There is complimentary ice cream on the pool deck throughout the day.
- Be on the lookout for Kids Sail Free deals. These have the potential to be very lucrative, especially in Alaska or Europe.
What is your best tip for cruising with kids? Share your ideas and lessons you have learned in the comments!
Allure of the Seas is going to get some, but not all, of the refurbishment work beginning this week.
The ship is on her way to Cadiz, Spain for a "technical dry dock". Allure will enter the Navantia Cádiz shipyard in Spain at the end of this week, and the work will take about 30 days.
Royal Caribbean was forced to postpone the work in March after Spain closed its cruise ports in March.
The amplification aspect of the work to be done is still being finalized, and Royal Caribbean will communicate an update when a plan is in place.
Spanish media is also reporting that the shipyard Commitee Chairman, José Gallardo, indicated Royal Caribbean has decided to postpone some of the upgrade work that was originally planned, and instead simply focus on the propulsion and navigation of the ship.
“La reforma del hotel no se va a hacer, algo lógico dada la situación del negocio de los cruceros, ”Gallardo said. This translates to, "The reform of the hotel is not going to be done, which is logical given the situation of the cruise ship business."
The work will be carried out by workers at the shipyard, with a focus on limiting the presence of foreign subcontractors.
Like so many other aspects of Royal Caribbean's business, plans for upgrades to Allure of the Seas (and Explorer of the Seas) were put on hold and now delayed until the company's financial situation can improve.
Royal Caribbean indicated last week it identified approximately $3.0 billion and $1.4 billion of capital expenditure reductions or deferrals in 2020 and 2021.
Planned upgrades for Allure of the Seas included the Ultimate Abyss, the tallest slide at sea; The Perfect Storm trio of waterslides, completely redesigned Adventure Ocean kids and teens spaces, the first Giovanni’s Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar, and Music Hall.
Royal Caribbean's Lift and Shift program offers guests the option to move their existing cruise reservation one year ahead, and it has intrigued plenty of potential cruisers looking to defer their vacations.
The appeal of Lift and Shift is it provides a simple and clean way to move a booking without having to cancel and rebook.
Taxes & fees will be adjusted to reflect the charges associated with the new sailing. Taxes & fees from the original sail date will not be protected.
How does Lift and Shift work?
If you have a cruise booked, Royal Caribbean is offering the opportunity between now and August 1, 2020, to protect the original price and promotional offering of a cruise by selecting a future sailing on the same itinerary type, sailing length, stateroom category, and within the same 4-week period of their original cruise date same-time-next-year.
You do not need to book the same ship or even class of ships.
Does it matter when a cruise was booked?
Guests are eligible to rebook under the Lift & Shift guidelines between now and August 1, 2020. After this point, Lift & Shift expires and is no longer eligible.
All existing bookings, as well as bookings made between now and August 1, 2020 are eligible.
Do all rates qualify for Lift & Shift?
Most cruise rates do apply with no restrictions, but there are a few exceptions.
Select restricted rates are ineligible for Lift & Shift and Best Price Guarantee - including but not limited to
- Net rates
- Casino rates
- Travel Agent Friends & Family rates
- Travel Agent Reduced rates
- Complimentary staterooms
Are there any blackout dates for Lift & Shift?
Christmas, New Year’s, and Chinese New Year’s cruises are ineligible, unless you are currently confirmed on one of these sailings and wish to take advantage of Lift & Shift to move to the same sailing next year (assuming all other qualifying criteria is met).
Will my pre-cruise purchases at their booked rates come with Lift & Shift?
Pre-cruise purchases such as beverage packages, shore excursions, etc. will be removed during the re-accommodation process and can be added to the future reservation, as desired, at prevailing rates.
What happens to hotels and transfer purchases?
If you purchased hotel accommodations or transfers with Royal Caribbean, these will be removed during the re-accommodation process, but can be re-added, if desired, once confirmed
on the future ship/sailing of choice at prevailing rates.
If you purchased these outside of Royal Caribbean, you will need to be addressed directly with whomever you purchased it originally.
Is there a limit to how many times I can use Lift & Shift?
Yes, you can only use it once throughout the lifetime of the booking.
Lift & Shift scenarios
While the rules laid out in this post answer many questions, there may still be lingering questions and conundrums you may have about specific situations.
In order to provide better context, Royal Caribbean has provided some examples of when Lift & Shift may or may not be applicable.
Currently booked on Explorer of the Seas in Europe this August 2020. Can I Lift & Shift to Harmony of the Seas in September 2021?
Yes, provided the sailing next year is on a departure that falls within a 4-week span of their original sail date, you are able to enjoy a cruise onboard the Harmony of the Seas in
Europe within the same stateroom and on a sailing of the same length.
Currently booked on an Open Jaw Alaska itinerary onboard Radiance of the Seas departing August 21, 2020 and want to move to a Roundtrip Alaska itinerary onboard Ovation of the Seas departing August 20, 2021. Does this qualify for Lift & Shift?
Yes, assuming you want the same stateroom category since the sailing length, itinerary type, and timing meet the required criteria.
Different Sailing Length
Currently booked on a 4-night Bahamas cruise onboard Mariner of the Seas in October 2020 and now want to move to a 3-Night weekend getaway onboard the same ship in October 2021, can I take advantage of Lift & Shift as long as the same stateroom category is selected?
No, because the two sailings are not the same length.
While the same itinerary, stateroom category, and 4-week cruise window were selected, you would have to select another 4-night Bahamas cruise in October 2021 to qualify for Lift & Shift.
Different stateroom type
Is it possible to Lift & Shift from 2020 to the same cruise in 2021, but upgrade to a balcony stateroom over the prior booked oceanview?
Yes, you could upgrade to a balcony, but under prevailing pricing and promotional offerings.
Unfortunately, prior rates and promotions will not carry through.
Is it feasible to Lift & Shift an Oasis of the Seas cruise from Port Everglades on December 6, 2020 to Oasis of the Seas departing Miami on December 19, 2021?
Since December 19, 2021 is a Christmas sailing and the current reservation is confirmed on a non-holiday December cruise, unfortunately, Lift & Shift does not apply.
Are cruises cancelled eligible for Lift & Shift?
Lift & Shift is applicable to cancelled sailings departing between June 12 and July 31, 2020. Those sailings previously impacted by Royal Caribbean's pause in operation, unfortunately, are ineligible.
If you are keeping score at home, we have now gone through the longest period of time since Royal Caribbean voluntarily suspended all of its cruises without any more cruises being cancelled.
Here is the breakdown of the recent timeline of cancelled cruise announcements:
- March 13: Initial cruise cancellations announced for March 14 - April 11, 2020
- March 24: Second round of cruise cancellations: April 12 - May 11
- April 16: Third round of cruise cancellations: May 12 - June 11
The time between the first and second announcements of cancelled cruises was 11 days, and then the second and third round took 23 days.
At the risk of jinxing things, today marks 25 days since the last round of cancelled cruises.
This statistical anomaly is not necessarily an indicator that more cruises will not be cancelled. In fact, Royal Caribbean disclosed last week that more cancelled cruises are possible, as continued disruptions to travel and port operations in various regions.
However, it is a good sign that with shelter in place laws being lifted around the United States and abroad, perhaps this just one more sign that we are getting closer to cruises resuming.
More than any other question, cruisers are curious to know when will Royal Caribbean resume cruises.
Royal Caribbean has not provided much detail on when it intends to resume cruises, other than stating it will resume cruises on June 12, 2020 (with the exception of Canada, New England and Alaska sailings).
Carnival Cruises announced a more fleshed out plan to resume sailings later this summer, while simultaneously cancelling more cruises. The announcement seemed to carry more weight with it, as it provided more than just a new target date to sail again.
When do you think cruises will start back up again? Share your predictions in the comments!
Happy Mother's Day! All the moms out there deserve a big hug, thank you, and hopefully a cruise booking too.
Royal Caribbean unveiled an expanded ability to cancel and rebook cruises earlier this week.
The "enhanced & extended Cruise with Confidence policy" offers guests the ability to cancel up to 48-hours prior to sailing in exchange for a 100% Future Cruise Credit on sailings through April 2022 for bookings made on-or-before August 1, 2020.
In addition, a new "Lift & Shift" program was announced to move a cruise to a similar sailing one year away.
On top of all of that, Royal Caribbean relaxed its Best Price Guarantee up to 48-hours prior to their cruise vacation start date, ensuring the best rate and/or promotion.
Royal Caribbean News
- Royal Caribbean issued a business update on how its business is doing given the major impact of no cruises.
- Royal Caribbean has cancelled plans to introduce a Spa stateroom category on its ships.
- Carnival Cruises announced its plans for resuming cruises.
- Grand Cayman announced it will close its borders to cruise ships until September.
- Five important facts from Royal Caribbean's business update.
- Two sailings were cancelled so that the ships could repatriate crew members.
- Richard Fain spoke on the work to get crew home and resume cruises.
- Get Kids Sail Free & 30% off all guests on cruises booked in May.
- Royal Caribbean is working on a plan to get its crew members home.
- Have you gotten your refund yet? I asked readers if they have gotten theirs yet.
- Have you seen this uplifting video made by Royal Caribbean's entertainment team?
- One year ago this week, Perfect Day at CocoCay officially opened.
- I shared some really captivating Royal Caribbean cruise photos.
- Here is the full recipe on how to make the Grand Sabor Margarita at home.
- The Royal Caribbean shareholder meeting is scheduled for the end of May.
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
Our love of cruising can sometimes take a back seat to our loved ones, and Ron tells us about how he changed sailings to work around family plans and ended up with a fantastic cruise.
How to get ready for your next cruise (whenever it happens)
While there are no Royal Caribbean cruises to go on currently, the day when they will sail again is coming, and now is a great opportunity to prepare for that vacation.
One of the best ways to ensure you have a fantastic vacation is to plan ahead, as I see too many cruisers that do little to no research into their vacation.
Make the most of your cruise with these top tips!
The Caribbean island of Grand Cayman has decided to keep its borders closed until at least September 1, 2020.
Tourism Minister Moses Kirkconnell confirmed that Cayman’s borders will remain officially closed until at least 1 Sept., and no cruise ships will be landing here before that date.
Grand Cayman's borders had been closed and set to re-open after May 31, but the new timeline was approved by the cabinet.
The new date is not a guarantee that Grand Cayman's borders will re-open by then, simply it is the new "line in the sand".
Kirkconnell said the cruise business “is extremely fluid” and it may be some time before those ships touch local shores.
“I don’t think that we’re going to see cruise vessels back in Grand Cayman [for the] second, third quarter or fourth quarter, to be quite honest. We will continue to dialogue and see what’s the best for the tourism industry and product,” he said.