It’s hard to believe that after 15 months, Royal Caribbean Cruise guests are able to get back to the relaxing and freeing sailing life on the seas!
While four ships began sailing this summer, the remaining ships will be brought back in to service over the next few months. This means the entire fleet of 24 ships will be sailing by spring of 2022 worldwide!
The four ships currently sailing are:
- Royal Caribbean’s Adventure of the Seas which set sail in June from Nassau.
- The Freedom of the Seas which set sail from Miami early July.
- The Odyssey of the Seas(the newest ship in the fleet) which set sail on its first cruise with passengers late July.
- Allure of the Seas was back to sea on August 8 for her first passenger cruise after a very successful test cruise.
To add to the excitement, the Navigator of the Seas will be headed to the West Coast, sailing from Los Angeles starting in November. The Navigator will be the first Royal Caribbean ship to sail from Los Angeles in more than a decade.
Protocols continue to evolve as CDC recommendations and advisories change. For the latest information on protocols, testing requirements, and more so that you “know before you go”, please visit the Healthy Sail Center: https://www.royalcaribbean.com/the-healthy-sail-center
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