Royal Caribbean Post Roundup: June 19, 2022

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Good Sunday! Wishing all dads a very Happy Father’s Day! Hope you have a relaxing and fun day with your family!

Now is the time to sit back, relax and catch up on all the latest news from Royal Caribbean!

We may know the name of Royal Caribbean’s next new cruise ship.

Royal Caribbean recently registered 9 new cruise ship names with the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

The names include previously used names, such as Majesty and Splendor of the Seas, as well as new names, such as Titan or Nova of the Seas.

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Read our Europe Live blog

Our first live blog from a European cruise has begun, with Jenna sailing Anthem of the Seas.

She shares all about her 7-night cruise to Spain and France, which sails round-trip from Southampton, England.

New RCB Video: How to Make Royal Caribbean’s Beverage Package Work for You!

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 — How to Make Royal Caribbean’s Beverage Package Work for You! – and don’t forget to subscribe here.

Advantages and disadvantages of booking a cruise early or at the last minute

What are the best reasons to book a cruise very early or at the very last minute?

Both options have their benefits, whether it’s saving money by booking well in advance or stumbling upon a last-minute cruise deal.

We’ve looked at the pros and cons of booking your cruise late and early to help you decide which option is right for you.

What happened when I tested positive for Covid on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship

Sadly, Matt tested positive for Covid at the end of his Alaskan cruise and shared what the experience was like from start to finish.

From testing, to quarantine, to escorting off the ship, Matt shares his experience so you have an idea of ​​what to expect should this happen to you.

Royal Caribbean wants to add Starlink high-speed internet to its cruise ships

If Royal Caribbean gets its way, we could all benefit from faster onboard internet.

Royal Caribbean is looking to add SpaceX’s Starlink internet access to its cruise ships, but must first get approval from the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

“Working with SpaceX Services, Inc., we believe we have identified a true next-generation solution for our ships that meets the rigorous technical and operational requirements in line with our growth plans,” said John Maya, Vice President of Royal Caribbean Group, Operational Excellence. in a letter to FCC International Bureau Chief Tom Sullivan.

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