Jump to content

icf75

Members
  • Posts

    99
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

icf75's Achievements

Diamond

Diamond (5/7)

41

Reputation

  1. Hi, Are the drink prices the same at every venue? or do they vary? Is there a 'happy hour' anywhere? TIA
  2. Also this is on the website: "Supervised telehealth tests are not accepted for unvaccinated guests – only for vaccinated guests" I didnt think un vaccinated could cruise? Oh its aimed at children, ignore that.
  3. I’m confused by this from the website. Supervised telehealth tests are not accepted for unvaccinated guests – only for vaccinated guests. This is the first time I’ve seen ‘unvaccinated’ and not ‘vaccinated’ or ‘up to date’. I didn’t think unvaccinated could cruise?
  4. Im going to assume any test provider UKAS accredited will be fine
  5. I’m guessing then it’s any company that I would normally use to fly/travel abroad?
  6. I’m struggling to find a list of approved pre-departure test providers for a UK resident disembarking from the UK? Can anyone point me in the right direction?
  7. It’s been confirmed by two different RC customer service agents. RC consider ‘fully vaccinated’ to be a full course of an approved vaccine ( not boosted). But you are considered ‘up to date’ if you are fully boosted, two doses within 270 days etc etc. They merely use the EMA as a benchmark for being ‘up to date’. As this is only a two night cruise to Paris I’m quite happy to stay on. Thanks for the comments!
  8. From the web: For the best European cruise experience, we strongly recommend guests be “up to date” on their COVID-19 vaccination per the European Medicines Agency (EMA).
  9. Thats to be considered up to date? being up to date is only reccomended
  10. Thats fine, its only two nights I wasnt going to get off!
  11. Im finding them close to useles, one kept changing her mind depending on what I said!!
  12. Yes but they only 'strongly reccomend' this?
  13. So Do I read this correctly? I can board 'un boosted'?
  14. These are the protocols for my 13th May sailing from Southampton (from the web): All Royal Caribbean guests age 12 and older must present proof of full COVID-19 vaccination with the final dose administered at least 14 days before sailing. For the best European cruise experience, we strongly recommend guests be “up to date” on their COVID-19 vaccination per the European Medicines Agency (EMA). To be considered up to date by all European countries we sail to, your vaccination must meet both of the following requirements. You received your most recent vaccine dose no more than 9 months (270 days) ago. This could have been the final dose in your original vaccine series (or a single dose of Johnson & Johnson), or a booster dose. Your most recent vaccine dose is on this list of EMA-approved vaccines: Pfizer Moderna Johnson & Johnson AstraZeneca Nuvaxovid These standards apply to all guests age 12 and up (or 6 and up for Italy stops). Those who do not meet these standards will require additional testing onboard prior to going ashore in certain ports To me this looks like I can board 'un boosted' however the customer services people say I cant. Does anybody know????
×
×
  • Create New...