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Royal Caribbean ships sailing from Singapore to Malaysia end of June

Royal Caribbean Cruises ships will be returning to Singapore and Malaysia beginning the end of this month. Ships will be making stops in destination ports such as Penang and Port Klang.

Royal Caribbean Cruises stated today (June 2) that it will begin offering three- and four-night sailings in the region at the end of June. These itineraries will be aboard Royal Caribbean’s Spectrum of the Seas ship.

Royal Caribbean ship Harmony of the Seas collides with dock in Jamaica

Royal Caribbean’s Harmony of the Seas departed from Port Canaveral on Sunday, May 22, for a voyage in the Bahamas, before then setting sail for Jamaica.

During the ships arrival in Falmouth, Jamaica, Thursday morning, Harmony of the Seas made contact with the dock. No injuries amongst passengers or crew have been reported, and the ship received only minor damage to the stern. The ship is said to have collided with a small concrete mooring pylon. The collision has caused minor dents and paint scrapes to the ship.

How to save money on a Royal Caribbean cruise

Cruising with Royal Caribbean is an incredible way to enjoy an affordable vacation while visiting multiple destinations on world-class cruise ships. With your base cruise fare, you’ll have so much already included, such as lodging, transportation, select food venues, and entertainment.

Planning a Royal Caribbean cruise on a budget doesn’t mean you have to skimp on luxury. With some extra time and research, you can find great deals and promotions that will save you money. 

All Royal Caribbean ships are back in service for the first time since March 2020

After more than two years, all 26 of Royal Caribbean Cruises ships are officially back in service for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic shutdown in March 2020.

The cruise line company is celebrating this important next step with a live stream, giving prospective guest, fans, and individuals a look at the largest cruise line fleet in the world.

Royal Caribbean launches TikTok search for Godmother of the largest cruise ship

Beginning today, May 6th 2022, Royal Caribbean International announced its search for the godmother of the world’s largest cruise ship, the Wonder of the Seas, has begun. TikTok users within the United States can now nominate mothers using the hashtag, #SearchForWonderMom.

All of the fun activities on Royal Caribbean's Odyssey of the Seas

Traveling with a family can be especially challenging these days. So, for our winter break trip this year, I decided to skip much of the vacation planning and instead book a 6-night cruise aboard Royal Caribbean’s Odyssey of the Seas. While I did have to do some planning in advance, once we got on board, we were able to relax and enjoy our trip with no stress.

Royal Caribbean’s Wonder of the Seas arrives in Europe for summer season

Royal Caribbean’s ship the Wonder of the Seas has made its European arrival this week, first docking in Barcelona, Spain.

Wonder of the Seas will be conducting 7-night cruises from Barcelona and Rome for the summer season, beginning on Sunday May 8th.

Construction begins on Utopia of the Seas

Announced by Royal Caribbean International, construction has officially begun on the newest revolutionary Oasis Class ship.

Royal Caribbean’s newest ship will go by the name of Utopia of the Seas and is set to debut in spring 2024. The ship will undergo its construction in Saint-Nazaire France, at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard.

Self-service buffets are back on Royal Caribbean cruise ships

This week Royal Caribbean officially announced that self-service buffets will be coming back to their cruise ships.

As first reported by, beginning with cruises departing on, and after, April 2nd 2022, passengers will now be able to serve themselves at buffet locations onboard Royal Caribbean ships.

Prior to this announcement, guests had been served by crew members while eating at buffet locations.

Royal Caribbean's Icon of the Seas celebrates keel-laying ceremony

Royal Caribbean International’s newest cruise ship, the Icon of the Seas has undergone a crucial next-step in being ready for its first sailings of 2023.

The Icon of the Seas has finished its ceremonial keel-laying, an important maritime tradition for new vessels, which includes the use of a 3,000-ton crane to lift a massive steel block that is placed into the ship’s building dock.

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