Royal Caribbean International has announced that its second Quantum Ultra-class cruise ship Odyssey of the Seas will homeport in Fort Lauderdale from November, 2020.
Formal night has gone the same way as Baked Alaska and other cruise ship traditions on Royal Caribbean’s shorter cruises, with the line telling Cruise Critic that it would only be offered […]
It seems that everywhere they go, Royal Caribbean’s Oasis-class cruise ships elicit interest, even from the US Navy, which on Friday allegedly ‘buzzed’ Harmony of the Seas without warning.
The threat of an attack on cruise ships by Iran off Oman or in the Strait of Hormuz is ‘moderate’, according to the Norwegian Shipowners’ Mutual War Risks Insurance Association (DNK), the […]
Freedom of the Seas is the next ship in the Royal Caribbean fleet to go under the knife as part of the cruise line’s US $1 billion amplification project across 10 ships […]
Royal Caribbean International has announced that some cruise ships will begin calling at Perfect Day at CocoCay twice during shorter 4-night Caribbean cruises, while three new itineraries will also offer late-night departures […]
An Australian man has died after falling overboard from Symphony of the Seas in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
MSC Cruises, Costa Cruises and TUI have joined Royal Caribbean in confirming that their planned Dubai cruise programs for the coming 2019/2020 cruise season are unaffected by the ongoing tensions between Iran […]
Royal Caribbean is rolling out a vegan menu for its main dining room fleet wide this month, which means passengers cruising aboard Jewel of the Seas from Dubai for the coming cruise […]
The current Iran crisis and heightened tensions in the Strait of Hormuz is not seen as a threat to cruise ships visiting or sailing from the Arabian Gulf according to Royal Caribbean.