Royal Caribbean Post Roundup: March 20, 2022

It’s been a busy week with Royal Caribbean news, and we’ve got a roundup of all the news from this week to make sure you haven’t missed any.

Royal Caribbean has changed its policy for unvaccinated guests on shore excursions.

For departures on or after March 18, 2022: All passengers, regardless of vaccination status, are free to visit most ports or book a shore excursion.

There are a few exceptions, such as Barbados or Falmouth.

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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

The 446th episode of the Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast is now available, featuring a panel discussion on Wonder of the Seas.

In this episode, Erica Silverstein and Ashley Kosciolek from The Points Guy talk with Matt about their experiences on Wonder of the Seas.

Do not hesitate to register via itunes or RSS, and head over to rate and review the podcast on iTunes if you can! We would appreciate it.

New RCB Video: Pros and Cons of the Royal Caribbean Dining Package

Have you subscribed to the Royal Caribbean Blog YouTube Channel? We regularly share great videos there, all about a Royal Caribbean cruise! This week we share our latest video — Advantages and disadvantages of the Royal Caribbean dining package – and don’t forget to subscribe here.

Wonder of the Seas vs other Oasis class ships

How is Wonder of the Seas different from other Oasis-class ships?

In some ways, Wonder of the Seas can be considered an “Oasis Plus” class compared to just an Oasis class ship.

Whether you’re just curious about what Wonder of the Seas is like or planning a cruise on the ship, it helps to know the ins and outs of how Wonder of the Seas differs from other Oasis-class ships. .

Royal Caribbean launches hotel booking platform

Royal Caribbean will allow you to book airfare and now hotels with your cruise.

The new Royal Caribbean Hotels program is a partnership with Priceline, which aims to provide cruise passengers with an easy way to secure a pre-cruise hotel.

Royal Caribbean says this new program offers exclusive rates with thousands of hotels in every Royal Caribbean port of departure and arrival, including those in the Caribbean, Europe, Asia-Pacific as well as Americas North, South and Central.

What it’s like to cruise Alaska early in the season

What does a cruise to Alaska look like in May or early June?

The start of the Alaskan cruise season is often overlooked due to the fact that it does not fit into the school vacation schedule and temperatures may not be as high as in the height of summer.

Here’s a look at what to expect on an early season cruise to Alaska.

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