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Cruise Lines Extend Flexible Cancellation Policy Again

Royal Caribbean has decided to extend its flexible cancelation policy named "Cruise with Confidence" due to the suspension of operations and the uncertainty in travel around the world.

Royal Caribbean Launches Online Form for Cruise Volunteers

It now looks like test volunteers is a thing after Royal Caribbean announced on its social media. The cruise line posted people to apply to become a test volunteer on simulated cruises.

Royal Caribbean Cancels More Cruises Down Under

More cruise cancellations from Royal Caribbean as the company has now canceled all voyages in Australia and New Zealand through January 2021.

Royal Caribbean Introduces New Alaska Itineraries for 2022

Royal Caribbean is introducing new Alaska itineraries for the 2022 summer season with the deployment of four cruise ships that will sail the region.

Trial Sailings: Crew Members or Guest Volunteers?

Who will be able to go on these trial sailings? Would it be a cruise, or something completely different? It's looking more likely that the crew will be at the front of the line.

Royal Caribbean Cancels Remaining 2020 Cruises

Royal Caribbean Group has announced an extended suspension on cruise operations for the remainder of 2021.

Royal Caribbean Reports Huge Losses for the Third Quarter

Royal Caribbean Group released its financial results for the third quarter today.

Royal Caribbean Announces Update on Cruises Across Seven Ships

Royal Caribbean has announced an update to cruises for the 2021-22 winter season that impacts a total of seven cruise ships.

Scam Artists Target Royal Caribbean Crew In E-mail Scam

Michael Bayley, President, and CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruise Line announced on his Facebook page today that crew members are under attack from scammers.