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Royal Caribbean Reveals Fees, Protocols for Unvaccinated Cruisers

Royal Caribbean Cruises announced a new set of rules for unvaccinated unwell passengers who cannot fly on their ships. Those passengers will have to pay a $500 per person fine to board their vessels and have to fly on the next available cruise ship the company offers. The new policy is part of the company’s new policy that allows nurses on board Royal Caribbean ships to vaccinate passengers who can prove they have been vaccinated against diseases like the flu. Royal Caribbean International and the cruise lines that it hasRead More


Name Revealed For Next Royal Caribbean Ship

Royal Caribbean Cruises and the Bavaria-based German shipyard Blohm+Voss today unveiled the first information about their next cruise ship, which will be named “Oasis of the Seas.” The new vessel is scheduled to enter service in 2011 and will be more than 235,000 gross tons and 546 feet (169 m) long. The cruise ship will be home to six different restaurants and bars, a large spa, a casino, and a shopping mall. Royal Caribbean Cruises has revealed the name for its next Royal Caribbean International cruise ship, which it is dueRead More


Royal Caribbean Group Names Rosanna Fiske to Lead Global Corporate Communications

Royal Caribbean Cruises has appointed Rosanna Fiske as Global Director of Corporate Communications. In this newly created role, Fiske will oversee all corporate communications functions for the company. She will report directly to Royal Caribbean President Paul Couter and will work closely with the company’s senior executives on major initiatives and other communications initiatives. Royal Caribbean has tapped global communications veteran Rosanna Fiske as senior vice president of global corporate communications for the cruise brand. Fiske, formerly global VP at GolinHarris, has more than 20 years of experience in theRead More


More Than 2,000 Royal Caribbean Crew Members Vaccinated in One Day

A few weeks ago, a press release came out that 2,000 Royal Caribbean employees had been vaccinated against the H1N1 virus, a strain of swine flu which has gained international attention. However, a number of people were left scratching their heads, asking themselves why the vast majority of the company’s employees had been vaccinated, but not their supervisors.  As it turns out, the reason Royal Caribbean’s crew isn’t vaccinated against H1N1 is because they’re not employees. During a routine medical examination, more than 2,000 Royal Caribbean employees in the United StatesRead More


Six Royal Caribbean Cruise Ships to Restart in July and August From the US

Big news from Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCCL) can hardly be kept under wraps, and the news is no exception. The cruising line, which is based in Miami, announced today that it will receive its six newest ships from shipyards in St. John’s, Newfoundland in July and August this year. As we all know, the cruising world is very competitive. Over the past decade, there have been many new cruise lines that have emerged to challenge the more established lines. One big factor in this competition, aside from price, is theRead More


Royal Caribbean President Clarifies the Cruise Line’s Vaccine Policy

Royal Caribbean Cruises has added a new offering to its list of offerings this year, and it’s a happy addition to its usual fare. The cruise line is launching its first vaccine-free cruise, sailing the Caribbean, from Miami, Florida to the Bahamas, with stops in St. Thomas and St. Martin. Royal Caribbean Cruises has a problem — one that threatens to leave hundreds of thousands of passengers feeling fearful. Earlier this year, news broke that the line had changed its policy on who can be vaccinated for the flu. ForRead More


Royal Caribbean Reveals Full Summer 2021 US Cruise Restart

A Royal Caribbean cruise has always been a dream of mine, so when the company announced that it would be resuming service to the US in 2021, I jumped on the opportunity to finally experience a Royal Caribbean cruise. The ship, Harmony of the Seas, is the largest cruise ship on the planet, with a total of 21 decks, five swimming pools, a spa, a movie theater, and a rock-climbing wall. After being on the ship for a week, I can say that Royal Caribbean delivers a world-class vacation experience.Read More


Royal Caribbean Releases Health Protocols for Bahamas Sailings

Royal Caribbean Cruises has released a new health protocol for its passengers that covers medications and ailments, as well as what the company calls “anxiety and depression.” The list includes “migraines, heart flutters, and disturbing your sleep,” but it also includes “depression, anxiety, and general unhappiness.” So, if you’re not having fun on your cruise, you might want to check in with a doctor. For years, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line has been one of the go to cruise lines for those that want to get away. They have had aRead More