Have a nice week end! In case you missed any news from Royal Caribbean, here’s a look at everything that happened this week!
Royal Caribbean has announced that it has extended its Covid health protocols for cruises in North America and Europe.
North American protocols will be extended for departures no later than September 30, 2022. European protocols have been extended for departures until June 30, 2022.
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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
The 455th episode of the Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast is now available, featuring an interview with CruiseCritic’s Chris Gray Faust.
In this episode, Chris and Matt discuss the impact of Covid testing for European cruises on demand for these sailings and what the future may hold.
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New RCB Video: Tried the Cheapest Royal Caribbean Cabin I Could Find
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 — Tried the cheapest Royal Caribbean cabin I could find – and don’t forget to subscribe here.
How to Beat Chair Hogs on Your Cruise Ship
One of the most annoying things on a cruise is people reserving pool chairs but not using them.
Since enforcement of the rules supposed to prevent chair hogs is nonchalant, here are our top tips for getting around chair hogs so you can still enjoy time by the pool.
50 Alaskan Cruising Tips and Secrets
Do you have an Alaskan cruise coming up? We’ve compiled the biggest list of Alaskan cruising tips we can think of in one article!
Here are the basics of planning an Alaskan cruise along with some helpful tips you can use once you get there.
The main issues facing Royal Caribbean as it returns to full capacity
There’s no sugar-coating that while Royal Caribbean is set to return all of its ships to service this month, there are still some restart-related challenges ahead.
These issues are currently impacting the customer experience, and while likely temporary, they are still important considerations to make before browsing.