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  1. Testing protocols will be easier Starting with September 5th, for U.S. cruises that don’t visit Canada or Bermuda: Vaccinated guests won’t have to take a pre-cruise test on cruises that are shorter than 10 nights. Unvaccinated guests age 5 and up will need to test within 3 days before boarding, regardless of cruise length. We will begin accepting results from self-administered home tests. See full testing details What types of tests are accepted and where do I submit the results? Can I use a home test kit? Accepted Tests for U.S. Cruises Departing on or After September 5, 2022; with No Stops in Canada or Bermuda The test you take can be professionally administered by a health professional, such as a doctor or pharmacist, or you can use a home test kit. Home test kits for these sailings are not required to be administered under live video supervision. You will present the negative test result at the time of boarding. You can show it in the form of a printout, an email, or an app screen from the test provider. Or you can show a picture of your negative home test on your phone, or present the actual negative test itself.   If you get a positive test result on your pre-cruise test, please call us at 1-800-256-6649 so we can rework your cruise plans.  
  2. Testing protocols will be easier Starting with September 5th, for U.S. cruises that don’t visit Canada or Bermuda: Vaccinated guests won’t have to take a pre-cruise test on cruises that are shorter than 10 nights. Unvaccinated guests age 5 and up will need to test within 3 days before boarding, regardless of cruise length. We will begin accepting results from self-administered home tests. See full testing details What types of tests are accepted and where do I submit the results? Can I use a home test kit? Accepted Tests for U.S. Cruises Departing on or After September 5, 2022; with No Stops in Canada or Bermuda The test you take can be professionally administered by a health professional, such as a doctor or pharmacist, or you can use a home test kit. Home test kits for these sailings are not required to be administered under live video supervision. You will present the negative test result at the time of boarding. You can show it in the form of a printout, an email, or an app screen from the test provider. Or you can show a picture of your negative home test on your phone, or present the actual negative test itself.   If you get a positive test result on your pre-cruise test, please call us at 1-800-256-6649 so we can rework your cruise plans.  
  3. We are traveling for the first time ever on a cruise. We are a family of 7, kids ages 17, 13, 12, 10 and 8. if anyone can give us tips on what to do or not to do? our ports of call are Costa Maya, Roatan, Belize and Cozumel. thanks in advance.
  4. Updated Protocols Galveston & Los Angeles 6-Nights or more We’ve been diligently working with our destinations and have made great progress towards welcoming all guests onboard our ships. Our relaxed sailing protocols are confirmed for our departures from Galveston, Texas and Los Angeles, California sailing on or after September 5th, 2022, visiting the Western Caribbean and Mexico. The intention is to work in phases as we relax our protocols. And, as they change, we are committed to keeping you informed. Vaccination Recommended We recommend that our guests be fully vaccinated against COVID‐19, if eligible. While vaccination is not required, we kindly ask you disclose your status during check-in to ensure we maintain a highly vaccinated onboard population. For sailings that visit Grand Cayman: Due to local regulations, unvaccinated guests 12 and older can join our sailing however, they’ll need to stay onboard when we arrive in Grand Cayman. Testing Pre-cruise All guests aged 2 and older must present a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 3 days of our sail date — this adds an extra day for our vaccinated guests to test. Additionally, we’ve removed boarding day, mid-cruise, and departure testing. Accepted Tests Any FDA‐approved PCR or antigen test supervised in person or supervised by a telehealth professional meet this requirement. To learn more about our accepted tests, visit our FAQ. Check out our Healthy Sail Center for our full sailing protocols
  5. No more vaccine out of Texas. Starting September 5 sailings although dumb test still required Updated Protocols Galveston & Los Angeles 6-Nights or more We’ve been diligently working with our destinations and have made great progress towards welcoming all guests onboard our ships. Our relaxed sailing protocols are confirmed for our departures from Galveston, Texas and Los Angeles, California sailing on or after September 5th, 2022, visiting the Western Caribbean and Mexico. The intention is to work in phases as we relax our protocols. And, as they change, we are committed to keeping you informed. Vaccination Recommended We recommend that our guests be fully vaccinated against COVID‐19, if eligible. While vaccination is not required, we kindly ask you disclose your status during check-in to ensure we maintain a highly vaccinated onboard population. For sailings that visit Grand Cayman: Due to local regulations, unvaccinated guests 12 and older can join our sailing however, they’ll need to stay onboard when we arrive in Grand Cayman. Testing Pre-cruise All guests aged 2 and older must present a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 3 days of our sail date — this adds an extra day for our vaccinated guests to test. Additionally, we’ve removed boarding day, mid-cruise, and departure testing. Accepted Tests Any FDA‐approved PCR or antigen test supervised in person or supervised by a telehealth professional meet this requirement. To learn more about our accepted tests, visit our FAQ. Check out our Healthy Sail Center for our full sailing protocols
  6. I was doing check in on Sunday and there was a spot to load vaccinations cards… today the spot is gone.
  7. I just booked a cruise for 09/11 but never throughout the booking was I ask if Vaxxed. But they do state on their FAQ’s 12 and older need to be vaxxed
  8. First time cruising on RCL. We are 2 adults and 5 kids
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