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  Can I view Royal Caribbean's Cruise Ticket Contract online? Can I read the Passenger Bill of Rights online? - Royal Caribbean International Q: Can I view Royal Caribbean's Cruise Ticket Contract online? Can I read the Passenger Bill of Rights online? A: Yes.  
  What are the mustering procedures for passengers with disabilities - Royal Caribbean International Print This Page Q: What are the mustering procedures for passengers with disabilities? A: During the mustering process, trained crew with high visibility vests will be posted throughout the ship to assist guests with disabilities.  
  What type of background investigation is conducted of your passengers - Royal Caribbean International Print This Page Q: What type of background investigation is conducted of your passengers? A: Identifying information for every guest is obtained by Royal Caribbean International prior to sailing.  
  Should passengers wear their lifejackets when participating in a muster drill - Royal Caribbean International Print This Page Q: Should passengers wear their lifejackets when participating in a muster drill? A: Guests should not bring life jackets to the muster drill.  
  Can I take a partial cruise - Royal Caribbean International Prepaid gratuities will be added to all approved reservations for the length of cruise. Restrictions: Certain countries, such as the U.S., Italy and Norway, have cabotage laws affecting passenger movements. These laws restrict foreign flag passenger vessels (such as those operated by Royal Caribbean) from transporting guests from one port to another port in the same country.  
  Port of Sydney, Australia - Royal Caribbean International A: Sydney, Australia Overseas Passenger Terminal West Circular Quay  
  Port of Harwich, England - Royal Caribbean International On arrival in Harwich Parkeston Quay, the station platform is about 30 yards from the cruise terminal building. Parking: Cruise Parking Passengers departing from Harwich on cruise ships should follow signage to the designated car park. Under normal circumstances, staff will be available within the car park to direct you and provide assistance with your baggage.  
  Port of Valparaiso, Chile - Royal Caribbean International Port of Valparaiso Passenger Terminal Nudo Baron s/n Almacen Simon Bolivar  
  Port of Dubai, United Arab Emirates - Royal Caribbean International A: Dubai, United Arab Emirates Sheikh Rashid Passenger Terminal Berth 9 & 10  
  Port of Amsterdam - Royal Caribbean International A: Amsterdam, The Netherlands Passenger Terminal Amsterdam (PTA) Port of Amsterdam, Netherlands  
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  Planning Ahead Planning ahead While we don't require information about the extent of your disability, the more information you can share with us about your specific needs, the better we are able to assist you. You must provide 72 hours advance notice if you are traveling with a group of 10 or more passengers with disability. We encourage you notify us of your needs at the time of booking, to guarantee availability of specific equipment or services, please provide: 60 days advance notice if you need sign language interpreting services during your cruise  
  Back to Top Innovation is encouraged and rewarded at every level of the company. We also recognize that our ocean-traveling guests are natural advocates for marine conservation, so we strive to nurture a level of engagement with our passengers, whatever their age, about these important issues. And no matter what we have already accomplished, we are driven by two words: continuous improvement.  
  Welcome to Royal Caribbean International Safety & Security Sea Views Blog Learn Passenger Bill of Rights Shop Gifts & Gear Earn MyCruise ® Rewards www.rccl.com build 2013-11-27R Sun Jan 18 21:10:43 EST 2015  
  Download the New Royal App Today Safety & Security Sea Views Blog Learn Passenger Bill of Rights Shop Gifts & Gear Earn MyCruise ® Rewards www.rccl.com build 2013-11-27R Sun Jan 18 21:10:43 EST 2015 0000I8h_YkMpKC1FI6FNxJW8dyt:01-03-02A  
  Welcome to Royal Caribbean International Safety & Security Sea Views Blog Learn Passenger Bill of Rights Shop Gifts & Gear Earn MyCruise ® Rewards www.rccl.com build 2013-11-27R Sun Jan 18 23:18:22 EST 2015  
  Safety & Security Below are a few of the most common asked questions about safety: What is a "muster drill"? Should passengers wear their lifejackets when participating in a muster drill? Who regulates the cruise industry?  
  Legal Information (with respect to certain Brilliance of the Seas sailings) and Royal Caribbean (Cruzeiros) Brasil. See your passenger ticket contract for the identity of the specific operator/carrier for your sailing. Your operator/carrier, or another member of the RCL Group of companies, acts as an intermediary between you and any airlines, hotels, transport operators, shore excursion providers, and other contractors providing any third party services to you.  
  Terms and Conditions The Guest accepts that Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. acts as agent only for passengers and has no responsibility for the performance of the Shore & Land Excursions herein specified. See your travel partner for additional terms and conditions applicable to your purchase of a Shore or Land Excursion.  
  if you booked your cruise on/after June 2, 2014 and you are sailing on/after January 1, 2015. Baggage Delay Benefits We will reimburse you, less any amounts paid or payable from any other valid and collectible insurance or indemnity, up to the amount shown in the Schedule, for the cost of reasonable additional clothing and personal articles purchased by you if your Baggage is delayed by a Common Carrier for 24 hours or more during the Covered Cruise Vacation. You must be a ticketed passenger on a Common Carrier. This coverage terminates upon your arrival at the return destination of your Covered Cruise Vacation.  
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  International Ambassador What exactly does an International Ambassador do? It is my job to make the cruising experience more enjoyable for those International passengers that might not be fluent in English. How many languages are you fluent in?  
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  Ports Of Departure - Royal Caribbean International One of the world's most famed ports, Southampton served as the launching point of the Mayflower and the Titanic. Today, it's one of the busiest passenger ports. Find Cruises Sailing to This Port Southampton, England Port of Call The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss  
  Southampton, England - Royal Caribbean International One of the world's most famed ports, Southampton served as the launching point of the Mayflower and the Titanic. Today, it's one of the busiest passenger ports. Find Cruises Sailing to This Port Southampton, England Port of Call The One Thing You Don't Want to Miss  
  Panama Canal Cruises - Panama Canal Cruise Vacation Packages - Royal Caribbean International Karen, Marietta, GA On a 14-passenger Zodiac raft on the Sea of Cortés we were treated to a close-up view of migrating whales! - John, Fresno, CA Panama Canal The Most Scenic Shortcut in the World  
 
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