Royal Caribbean Post Roundup: May 8, 2022

Happy Mother’s Day! All moms deserve a big hug, thank you and hopefully a new cruise booking too.

Royal Caribbean is looking for a sponsor for Wonder of the Seas on TikTok.

The cruise line has announced that it will hold a #SearchForWonderMom contest nominating a mom who inspires those around them to discover, wonder and create memories.

The call for entries is open until Monday, May 16 at 11:59 p.m. ET, and the winner will be announced on Royal Caribbean’s TikTok this summer.

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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

The 453rd episode of the Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast is now available, which compares Odyssey of the Seas and Wonder of the Seas.

This week, Matt takes a look at why you might want to sail Wonder of the Seas vs Odyssey 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: Oasis of the Seas Cruise Ship Tour

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 — Oasis of the Seas Cruise Ship Tour – and don’t forget to subscribe here.

Royal Caribbean no longer requires back-to-back cruisers to take a covid test

There’s one less covid test you’ll need to pass if you’re going on more than one Royal Caribbean cruise in a row.

Royal Caribbean has updated its policy for consecutive cruise passengers to not require covid testing between sailings on multiple cruises.

Until now, Royal Caribbean required passengers who were staying for another sailing to take a Covid test on board the ship.

Royal Caribbean marks Perfect Day names in CocoCay expansion areas

Royal Caribbean has filed two new brands that are likely for areas of its private island in the Bahamas.

“Hideaway Beach” and “Secret Cove” have both been trademarked, and they resemble the names of Perfect Day areas in CocoCay.

Royal Caribbean opens My Time Dining to unvaccinated cruise ship passengers

Families with unvaccinated children will once again be able to choose a My Time Dining dinner option.

Prior to this change, Royal Caribbean limited My Time Dining to only vaccinated passengers.

This allows families with unvaccinated children to have the option of eating at My Time Dining for dinner.

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