We’ve put this post together to keep track of any cruise ship itinerary changes from Royal Caribbean
Port Miami which is the cruise capital of the world will be closed to all ships
Empress of the Seas which is operated by Royal Caribbean is having issues with one of its four engines
The months of April and May could possibly be the busiest ever for Royal Caribbean. In fact I have never reported so much on just one cruise line before!
Empress of the Seas has completed it’s huge multi million renovation and has arrived at its new homeport in Miami, Florida.
Now the cruise line has confirmed from onboard Harmony of the Seas that Cuba will be a port of call. Let’s be clear in regards to Cuba things don’t always go according to plan.
It’s a really busy year for Royal Caribbean, with 2 huge new cruise ships making their debuts and 6 ships being refurbished it’s hard to keep track! The cruise line has released a new video explaining the refurbishments.
Royal Caribbean has canceled another 7 cruises in addition to the already 6 cancelled a month ago.
The ships major transformation from its former cruise line Pullmantur Cruises is going to take longer than expected.
Royal Caribbean has announced that Empress of the Seas will sail short cruises from Miami once it returns to the fleet