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Questions related to Voluntary Cruising Suspension

Given global public health circumstances, Royal Caribbean International has decided to suspend all sailings across our fleet globally. We expect to return to service on May 12, 2020. ​Because of announced port closures, there are other itineraries we...
We expect our cruise ships to return to service on May 12, 2020. Because of announced port closures, there are other itineraries we will be suspending. Ships sailing out of Singapore, and ships sailing through Canada have all been impacted differentl...
Yes! Even though we decided to suspend all cruises through May 11th due to COVID-19, you may still book any cruise after this date.​ Because of announced port closures, there are other itineraries we will be suspending. Ships sailing out of Singapore...
You can start planning your next cruise vacation with us right now! If you cancelled through Cruise with Confidence, or you received a certificate due to our global COVID-19 suspension, you have through December 31, 2021 to cruise with us again.
We’re sure you’ve been monitoring the news regarding COVID-19. And, so have we. This situation remains quite fluid, and we will continue to evaluate the impact and monitor the number of cases around the world. While there are still many of unknowns r...
To comply with guidance from CDC, WHO, public health authorities around the world, and the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), we are enhancing our rigorous global boarding and screening measures to protect our guests and crew. These measu...

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