Ask Adam Blog Series – July 2011 Answers

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Amidst the summer heat we bring you the July edition of our “Ask Adam Blog Series.” To see the answers to June’s questions please click here. if you have a question you would like to ask regarding Royal Caribbean news, what I have been up to or if you’re curious about possible future plans, please follow this link to our Facebook discussion page. Now, on to the questions.

Is it true that Royal Caribbean will be giving more of its ships Oasis-class upgrades?
– Jay D.

Yes, this is true, we have been adding our most popular guest experiences to even more Royal Caribbean® ships. Beginning in 2012, we will continue to transform our award-winning fleet to a better version bringing new dining options, entertainment, technology and kid’s programming. As part of our commitment to innovation and providing the best experience for our guests, no ship will go untouched.  Click to find out more:

Will Royal Caribbean, individually or collectively with other cruise lines, consider requesting that the Jones Act be amended to permit cruises of US ports only?
 – Ed Tinkertoy

Royal Caribbean International is a member of the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), a trade organization that participates in the legislative, regulatory, and policy development process on behalf of 25 major cruise lines.  According to CLIA, a member of the US House of Representatives from Texas has introduced legislation that would authorize cruises by foreign vessels between and among U.S. ports.  The future of this legislation is highly uncertain at this time.

When is Adventure of the Seas receiving a make-over?
– Sandy B.

Guests can stay up to date with all of our ship enhancements, including Adventure of the Seas here:

When will Vision of the Seas be given a refresh?
– Andrew J.

Guests can stay up to date with all of our ship enhancements, including Vision of the Seas here:

I was wondering which Royal Caribbean ships will be going Southern summer, 2012? Also, will any of these ships be leaving out of San Juan?
– Mary Q. C.

Many thanks for your interest in cruising to the Southern Caribbean.  We will not be offering any cruises to Southern Caribbean for the summer of 2012. However, we will continue to offer a variety of options for the remainder of this year and next winter.

What is the best way to dine on Allure of the Seas if you’re sailing by yourself?
– Karen C. N.

Hi Karen, with so many options, the first decision our guests are faced with is usually, “where do I want to dine?” With 24 dining areas onboard Allure this is a tough decision for anyone. All of our specialty restaurants include smaller tables and our teams welcome guests dining by themselves. If you would like to meet new people while onboard, the main dining room offers the opportunity to be placed at a larger table with other guests.

Is it true that Royal Caribbean is interested in coming to Savannah, Georgia?
– Matt S.

Hi Matt, many thanks for your feedback.  We do not have any current plans to call on Savannah. However, we are constantly reviewing our future itineraries and ports destinations.

Thanks to everyone who asked questions, and if you have a question you would like to ask, please click here. If you have a customer service related issue, the quickest way to obtain a response is to fill out our contact form here:

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