Royal Caribbean Cruise to Resume Operations August 1st
The new date comes after numerous extensions
Royal Caribbean Cruise has again extended the suspension of cruises and is expected to return to service on August 1st.
In a press release, the company says the ongoing COVID-19 situation resulted in the extension.
“Given ongoing global public health circumstances, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has decided to extend the suspension of most sailings through July 31, 2020, with the exception of sailings from China, which will be suspended through the end of June.”
Royal Caribbean Cruise says it will work with guests and travel partners to address the disruption to their vacations.
The company first suspended sailing operations from US ports on March 13th, , and later on March 14th decided to also suspend operations for the remainder of our sailings worldwide.
Then on March 24th, Caribbean Cruise extended voluntary suspension until May 11th, 2020, and then extended it to sailings departing on or before June 11th.
With the company’s goal for operations set for August 1st, 2020, it apologizes for the inconvenience.
Affected travellers will be given a 125% Future Cruise Credit to sail with the company by April 30th, 2022.