Royal Caribbean Post recap: August 22, 2021


Thanks for joining us for another weekly snapshot of all of Royal Caribbean’s news from this week. The late summer heat is still alive and well and we have plenty of Royal Caribbean news to share this week.

The Bahamas on Thursday issued an emergency order stating that cruise ships will not be allowed to enter Bahamian ports if there are unvaccinated passengers aged 12 and over on board without a medical excuse.

Royal Caribbean subsequently said it would now require all passengers aged 12 and over to be vaccinated due to the new Bahamian policy.

Royal Caribbean’s new policy states that any ship departing from any US port and visiting the Bahamas on or after September 3, guests aged 12 and over must provide proof of vaccination in order to sail. This also applies to itineraries that include Perfect Day at CocoCay.

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Royal Caribbean blog podcast

The 419th episode of the Royal Caribbean Blog podcast is now live, where Matt gives answers to questions people search the internet.

Something a little different this week, as Matt takes a look at some common internet searches related to Royal Caribbean and shares his answer.

Feel free to subscribe via iTunes or RSS, and head over to rate and review the podcast on iTunes if you can! We would appreciate it.

Video: When Should You Take a Covid Test Before Your Royal Caribbean Cruise?

Have you subscribed to the Royal Caribbean Blog YouTube channel? We regularly share great videos there, dedicated to a Royal Caribbean cruise! This week we are sharing our latest video: When should you take a Covid test before your Royal Caribbean cruise?

25 things you need to know for your first day on a cruise ship

Got an upcoming cruise and wondering what to expect once on board?

The first day of the cruise is a busy and exciting time, so to make it as smooth as possible, I have a list of the most important things you need to know on the day of embarkation.

This list contains the most important things you should (and shouldn’t) do to make sure you have a great first day on board!


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