Welcome to this week’s edition of the Royal Caribbean Publications Roundup, where we summarize all of this week’s Royal Caribbean news and information in one handy article! There’s plenty of great content to enjoy, so sit back, relax, and enjoy this week’s roundup!
Royal Caribbean announced this week that it will begin to remove Covid vaccine requirements for some sailings.
Unvaccinated passengers will be permitted on board Royal Caribbean ships from September 5 on departures from Los Angeles, New Orleans, Galveston, Texas and Europe, provided testing requirements are met .
A vaccine is still required for other sailings, such as cruises departing from Florida, until further notice.
Royal Caribbean News
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
The 464th episode of the Royal Caribbean blog podcast is out now, where Matt speaks with a Royal Caribbean cruiser who isn’t sure what the experience is like for him.
AJ and his wife love to cruise and share the challenges of going on a cruise and being blind, and what the cruise line offers to help.
Please register via itunes or RSS, and head over to rate and review the podcast on iTunes if you can!
Video: How to Beat Chair Hogs on Your Cruise Ship
Have you subscribed to the Royal Caribbean Blog YouTube Channel? We regularly share great videos there, all about a Royal Caribbean cruise! This week, we share our latest video with you: How to Beat Chair Hogs on Your Cruise Ship
The man who sailed the most with Royal Caribbean reaches 10,000 points
Royal Caribbean’s top cruiser has reached a new loyalty points record.
Mario ‘Super Mario’ Salcedo broke the 10,000 point mark on Explorer of the Seas and celebrated with friends.
Super Mario sails around 50 weeks a year and has done so for decades now.
When is the best time to book a cruise?
Wondering when is the best time to book a cruise?
There are many considerations, such as time of year, sailing duration, itinerary and more, that determine what time you should book a cruise.
Bahamas Cruise Guide
Are you ready to escape to the warm, blue waters of the Bahamas?
A large number of Royal Caribbean cruises will call at the Bahamas due to its convenient location and natural beauty.
Whether you’re making a stopover or spending the entire cruise in their waters, here’s your guide to a Bahamas cruise so you know what to expect.