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Thursday, March 11, 2021
ROYAL CARIBBEAN WILL WOW GUESTS WITH STUNNING LONG CARIBBEAN SAILINGS
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Wednesday, January 13, 2021
ROYAL CARIBBEAN LAUNCHES NEW ADVENTURES FROM BARBADOS
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January 2021 - Royal Caribbean International will call Barbados home for the first time beginning December 2021. The line will offer vacationers new ways to experience the southern Caribbean on board Grandeur of the Seas, including three new ports of call in the islands of Tobago, Trinidad and St. Vincent.
January 2021 - Royal Caribbean International will call Barbados home for the first time beginning December 2021. The line will offer vacationers new ways to experience the southern Caribbean on board Grandeur of the Seas, including three new ports of call in the islands of Tobago, Trinidad and St. Vincent.
Grandeur of the Seas offers guests a variety of experiences, from rock climbing and original entertainment to a poolside movie screen and 15 bars, restaurants and lounges.
Grandeur of the Seas offers guests a variety of experiences, from rock climbing and original entertainment to a poolside movie screen and 15 bars, restaurants and lounges.
Royal Caribbean Fleet in 2018-2019 (Caribbean, Northeast, Alaska) 
Royal Caribbean Fleet in 2018-2019 (Caribbean, Northeast, Alaska) 
BALTIMORE, MD - JULY 12: Royal Caribbean International's Grandeur of the Seas resumed service today from the Port of Baltimore to Bermuda. In a symbolic commitment to the port and the city of Baltimore, the ship flew the U.S. Navy's famous flag with the battle cry Don't Give Up The Ship, a reminder that cruising is a great vacation option. (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images for Royal Caribbean)
BALTIMORE, MD - JULY 12: Royal Caribbean International's Grandeur of the Seas resumed service today from the Port of Baltimore to Bermuda. In a symbolic commitment to the port and the city of Baltimore, the ship flew the U.S. Navy's famous flag with the battle cry "Don't Give Up The Ship," a reminder that cruising is a great vacation option. (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images for Royal Caribbean)
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Royal Caribbean International is applying the recommendations of its Healthy Sail Panel of public health and scientific experts to provide a safer and healthier cruise vacation on all of its sailings. Health and safety protocols, regional travel restrictions and clearance to visit ports of call, are subject to change based on ongoing evaluation, public health standards, and government requirements. For more information on the latest health and travel alerts, U.S. government travel advisories, please visit https://www.royalcaribbean.com/cruise-ships/itinerary-updates or consult travel advisories, warnings or recommendations relating to cruise travel on applicable government websites.
NOTICE: For U.S. cruises and guests: Prior to booking, please consult all applicable U.S. Centers for Disease Control travel advisories, warnings, or recommendations relating to cruise travel, available at www.cdc.gov/travel/notices. If a certain threshold level of COVID-19 is detected onboard your cruise ship during your voyage, your voyage will be ended immediately and the ship will return to the port of embarkation, and your subsequent travel, including your return home, may be restricted or delayed. For cruises and guests worldwide: Health and safety protocols, guest conduct rules, as well as regional travel restrictions and clearance to visit ports of call, are subject to change without notice based on ongoing evaluation, public health standards, and government requirements. Onboard and destination experiences, features, itineraries and guest conduct rules vary by ship and destination and are subject to change without notice.