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Royal Caribbean Post Roundup: September 11, 2022

Thanks for joining us for this roundup of all the news from Royal Caribbean this week. We had a lot to share, so let’s jump in!

Royal Caribbean rewards its loyal customers with a variety of benefits, but which Crown & Anchor benefits are the best?

Depending on your cruising style and preferences, not all perks may be helpful, but there are definitely a few that stand out as must-haves on almost any cruise.

You can expect discounts, vouchers and even freebies just for sailing with Royal Caribbean in the past.

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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

The 467th episode of the Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast is now available, where Matt reviews his recent Mariner of the Seas sailing.

A few weeks later, Matt returned to Mariner of the Seas for another cruise and shares his solo experience on Mariner.

Do not hesitate to register via itunes or RSS, and head over to rate and review the podcast on iTunes if you can! We would appreciate it.

Video: Rare cruise ship cabins that book up very quickly!

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: Rare cruise ship cabins that book up very quickly!

Tried the cheapest Royal Caribbean Alaska cabin I could find

What’s it like to cruise Alaska in the smallest, cheapest cabin you can find?

The cruise fare for Radiance of the Seas was $240 per person with $293 taxes and fees.

As someone who sails on a budget and enjoys seeing Alaska, Jenna took the plunge and booked the cruise not knowing what to expect.

I’ve been on every class of Royal Caribbean cruise ship: Here’s what I love about each

After trying each of the Royal Caribbean cruise ship classes, Jenna has her favorites.

Royal Caribbean offers six distinct classes of cruise ships, each with its own amenities, amenities, itinerary options and onboard atmosphere.

Even though all Royal Caribbean cruise ships share a common cruise line “DNA”, they can feel very different from one another when comparing ships side-by-side.

What happens if you are late and miss your cruise ship?

It’s every cruiser’s worst nightmare – arriving late at the port and missing the cruise ship’s departure.

Long-time cruisers will tell you that they have undoubtedly seen cases of cruise ships leaving behind late passengers. If you go up to the upper deck at the time of departure, you may be able to spot passengers running back to the ship.

If there’s one mistake cruise passengers should absolutely never make, it’s arriving late at the cruise port. Those who make this costly mistake will tell you time and time again how important it is to be on time for the scheduled departure of the ship.