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Royal Caribbean moving cruise ships to Australia & USA in support of humanitarian efforts

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. announced it will move two of its cruise ships to support humanitarian efforts in Australia and California.

Royal Caribbean signs deal to build first Royal Beach Club

Royal Caribbean announced it has signed an agreement to build the first Royal Beach Club resort in Antigua.

The cruise line and the the government of Antigua and Barbuda, along with the assistance of the Consulate General of Antigua and Barbuda, signed an agreement that marks the start of the planning and development for the Royal Beach Club scheduled to break ground later this year.

The Royal Beach Club will be available exclusively to cruise like guests and occupy more than a half-mile of pristine beachfront.

Royal Caribbean unbans Chinese cruisers due to coronavirus

Days after banning any Chinese passport holders out of concern for the spread of Coronavirus, Royal Caribbean decided to reverse the policy.

On Monday, Royal Caribbean announced it has decided to undo the ban, which was originally put into place to prevent passengers infected with the coronavirus from boarding their ships.

Royal Caribbean opens Coco Beach Club exclusive area

Royal Caribbean opened its additional cost exclusive area of Perfect Day at CocoCay, known as the Coco Beach Club.

The exclusive beach club touts the first floating cabanas in The Bahamas, an oceanfront infinity pool, beach cabanas, a dedicated restaurant with upscale dining and an exclusive bar.

The clubhouse is the center of social activity at Coco Beach Club with a bar serving specialty cocktails

Royal Caribbean implements coronavirus worldwide screening procedures

Royal Caribbean has shared its new worldwide coronavirus screening procedures, meant to keep its guests safe while on a cruise.

The procedures add two-step checklist to prevent someone possibly infected with the coronavirus from boarding a ship.

Royal Caribbean Coronavirus Worldwide Screening Procedures

Royal Caribbean announces three China sailings cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak

Royal Caribbean released a statement today on the current coronavirus outbreak and its impact on the cruise business.

Three Spectrum of the Seas sailings have now been cancelled through February 8th, which is the only ship homeported in China at the moment by Royal Caribbean.

Cruise lines begin to cancel cruises due to coronavirus outbreak

MSC Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Costa Cruises and more have all had to cancel sailings from China due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Man found dead after falling from Royal Caribbean cruise ship

Officials believe a man fell from the 10th floor of Royal Caribbean's Oasis of the Seas and died while the ship was in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

The incident occurred last night during a port visit. The United States Coast Guard San Juan Sector was contacted by Puerto Rico police's marine unit in regards to a passenger overboard

Royal Caribbean says video proves grandfather knew cruise ship window was open before dropping toddler

Royal Caribbean is looking to have a lawsuit dismissed after providing video evidence that the death of 18-month-old Chloe Wiegand, who fell from a cruise ship.

Royal Caribbean said in a motion to dismiss that the actions of Chloe’s grandfather,Sam Anello, are “the sole reason why Chloe is no longer with her parents.”

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. claims a video shows the baby’s grandfather knew a tinted glass window was open when she died in July in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Royal Caribbean releases China 2021 sailings

Royal Caribbean announced its sailings from Shanghai, China in 2021.

Spectrum of the Seas will, once again, sail from Shanghai and offer 4- to 7-night Japan sailings.  Travelers on the 4- to 5-night cruises can uncover adventure and beauty in new ports of call, from the romantic islands of Okinawa to white-sand beaches on the Yaeyama Islands. The Quantum Ultra Class ship’s 7-night cruises include overnight stays in select destinations.

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