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Home > Cruise Companies > Royal Caribbean International
Royal Caribbean International
Royal Caribbean is a cruise line company with 40 years of experience using innovative technologies in the field of sea travel. Expanding the boundaries of what is possible, the company will present you with a journey that will surpass any expectation. The travel you truly deserve. Discover a new Royal Adventure and you will be able to appreciate both the benefits of innovative ships and the beauty of the most exotic corners of the world.
Since its founding in 1968, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line has defied conventional cruising concepts. The Sovereign class ships were innovative for their time, which, despite the relative shortness of their route and modest size, were not inferior in comfort to ocean liners. But the innovations did not stop there, and in the fall of 2014 two fundamentally new Quantum-class ships will be launched.
You have the opportunity to choose from 280 routes in 72 countries on 6 continents, each of which has its own excursion programs. To ensure that Royal Caribbean customers can always experience something new, the company has prepared a range of exclusive offers. Only with Royal Caribbean can you climb the glaciers of Alaska, go down the bed of an underground river in Belize, cycle along the vineyards of Dubrovnik (Croatia), or discover the wonders of China.
 
During your voyage, you will be able to enjoy all kinds of innovations that have significantly expanded the range of entertainment on board Royal Caribbean ships. This is the FlowRider surfing wave simulator, climbing wall, rollerdrome, bungee jumping, skydiving, ice skating rink, aquateater performances, Boardwalk carousel, and much more.
 
Rest assured that you will be greeted with a smile on board. Whether you sunbathe by the pool, dine in a restaurant or relax in the spa, you can always count on the high quality of Gold Anchor Service.
Royal Caribbean is the only cruise line in its class to feature Tony Award-winning Broadway productions.
Children will love meeting their favorite characters from Madagascar, Shrek, Panda Kon-Fu and other cartoons from DreamWorks. And girls can feel like a glamorous traveler Barbie.
USEFUL INFORMATION Royal Caribbean
All cruise line ships are divided into 7 different classes:
 
- Quantum Class. The new generation liners are designed for a comfortable and exciting journey. New in the class - flights in the RipCord wind tunnel from iFly, where you can experience all the charm of free fall without the slightest risk to life, as well as the North Star glass capsule "Polar Star", which can rise 91 m above the water surface, providing new opportunities for all-round viewing 360 °. An innovative approach to ship design is represented by the Seaplex and Two70 ° transformation systems, which change their appearance from day to night. During the day there may be a roller skating area, basketball games, or a spacious circuit, and at night - an air show stage. Royal Caribbean never ceases to amaze you.
Ships:
ODYSSEY OF THE SEAS - 2020
SPECTRUM OF THE SEAS - 2019
OVATION OF THE SEAS - 2016
ANTHEM OF THE SEAS - 2015
QUANTUM OF THE SEAS - 2014
 
- Oasis Class. Oasis-class liners are driven by innovation. Each of them is individual and combines different styles of decoration. Seven themed zones to suit all tastes: Starbucks or Boardwalk carousel, the world's first water amphitheater on board a ship or sports field, 3D cinema or DreamWorks adventure, the famous Broadway musicals Chicago and Hairspray, FlowRider artificial surf wave or bungee jumping over Central Park, a bizarre garden surrounded by all kinds of restaurants and shops. You will have plenty to choose from.
Ships:
RCCL (OASIS-7) scheduled for 2026
RCCL (OASIS-6) scheduled for 2023
WONDER OF THE SEAS - 2022
SYMPHONY OF THE SEAS - 2018
HARMONY OF THE SEAS - 2016
ALLURE OF THE SEAS - 2010 (renovation 2020)
OASIS OF THE SEAS - 2009 (renovation 2019)
 
- Freedom Class. You will not be bored on ships of the Freedom class. Show the top class on the FlowRider wave, go ice skating, climb the ledges of a climbing wall, or play mini golf. Raise a tsunami at H2O Zone Waterpark with its water cannons and interactive geysers. Or just relax in the jacuzzi that extends 3.5 meters overboard. Lovers of good wine will find the Vintage Bar. Also check out what's new at Freedom of the Seas and Liberty of the Seas. Among them: Adventure in the style of DreamWorks, where your child can say hello to the audience's favorite giant Shrek, an open-air cinema, new releases in a 3D cinema and even more.

Ships:

INDEPENDENCE OF THE SEAS - 2008 (Renovation 2018)
LIBERTY OF THE SEAS - 2007 (Renovation 2016)
FREEDOM OF THE SEAS - 2006 (Renovation 2016)
 
- Voyager Class. Voyager class ships are a complete set of traditional Royal Caribbean innovations that are so popular with the company's guests. Climb the climbing wall that is 200 m above the ocean. Go ice skating on the world's first ice rink on board. Either immerse yourself in the sounds and imagery of the Royal Promenade, perfect for fun, duty-free shopping in designer boutiques, or for a pint of cold beer in an English pub.
Ships:
MARINER OF THE SEAS - 2003 (Renovation 2018)
NAVIGATOR OF THE SEAS - 2002 (Renovation 2013)
ADVENTURE OF THE SEAS - 2001 (Renovation 2018)
EXPLORER OF THE SEAS - 2000 (Renovation 2015)
VOYAGER OF THE SEAS - 1999 (Renovation 2018)
 
- Radiance Class. Royal Caribbean created the Radiance class liners so you can see the sea in all its glory. Each ship is equipped with open observation decks, glass elevators with breathtaking views of the ocean, and the number of balconies is simply amazing. Plus there is a glass-roofed terrace on board with a pool under the dense canopy of tropical plants. Try your hand at mini golf, at the climbing wall, or in the billiard room, where self-leveling billiard tables are installed for the first time on a cruise ship. Don't forget to visit at least one of the eight gourmet restaurants. And on the upgraded Radiance of the Seas and Serenade of the Seas, you can also visit an open-air cinema, games room, teenage disco and many other new products.
Ships:
SERENADE OF THE SEAS - 2003 (Renovation 2017)
BRILLIANCE OF THE SEAS - 2002 (Renovation 2018)
RADIANCE OF THE SEAS - 2001 (Renovation 2016)
JEWEL OF THE SEAS - 2000 (Renovation 2015)
 
- Vision Class. From Alaska to Hawaii, from Mexico to Asia, Vision class ships will take you to the most distant and most curious places in the world, and several thousand windows will allow you to immerse yourself in the atmosphere of ancient port towns and the beauty of bizarre rocks. Spend the evening by the pool on the sundeck with a sliding glass roof. Alternatively, take a step towards adventure on a bungee jumping, climbing wall, or attending a mini golf course. And when the sun sets over the horizon, you will have the opportunity to enjoy fine dining and watch Broadway productions. In addition, at Splendor of the Seas, Rhapsody of the Seas, Grandeur of the Seas and Enchantment of the Seas, you will find such class novelties as an open-air cinema and a modern playroom for children.
Ships:
VISION OF THE SEAS - 1998 (Renovation 2018)
RHAPSODY OF THE SEAS - 1997 (Renovation 2016)
ENCHANTMENT OF THE SEAS - 1997 (Renovation 2017)
GRANDEUR OF THE SEAS - 1996 (Renovation 2017)
 
- Sovereign Class. Designed for shorter journeys, but this does not mean that your vacation will become less interesting. You will have something to do, because every day promises to bring true pleasure and delight. Visit the Vitality Spa and state-of-the-art fitness center. Stop by the Casino Royale, or indulge in a Broadway-style evening with high-end dance shows. On board the Majesty of the Seas you will find traditional Royal Caribbean climbing walls, jacuzzis, swimming pools, basketball courts, gourmet food in restaurants that are open around the clock, and themed night parties. If you're pressed for time, indulge in a little cruise from Royal Caribbean.
Ships:
MAJESTY OF THE SEAS - SOLD OUT
EMPRES OF THE SEAS - SOLD OUT
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Specifications Year of construction - 2023 Tonnage - 218,000 tons. Length - 360 m Width - 65 m. Total cabins - Total passengers - 5600 people.
Technical sheets: Year of construction - 2022 Tonnage - 228,081 tons. Length - 362 m Width - 66 m. Total cabins - 2744 cabins Total passengers - 6780 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2020 Length - 348 m. Width - 49 m. Displacement - 168 666 tons. Capacity - 4246-4819 Number of cabins - 2095 Speed - 22 knots Number of decks - 16
Specifications Year of construction - 2019 Tonnage - 167,800 tons Length - 348 m. Width - 41 m. Total cabin - 2090 Total passengers - 4180-4905 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2018 Tonnage - 230,000 tons. Length - 362 m. Width - 66 m. Total cabin - 2759 Total passengers - 6870 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2016 Tonnage - 227,700 tons. Length - 362 m. Width - 66 m. Total cabins - 2744 cabins Total passengers - 6780 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2016 Tonnage - 167800 t. Length - 348 m. Width - 41 m. Total cabins - 2090 cabins Total passengers - 4180 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2015 Tonnage - 167800 t. Length - 348 m. Width - 41 m. Total cabin - 2090 Total passengers - 4180 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2014 Tonnage - 168666 tons. Length - 348 m. Width - 41 m. Total cabins - 2090 cabins Total passengers - 4180 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2010 (Renovation - 2020) Tonnage - 225282 tons. Length - 360 m. Width - 47 m. Total cabins - 2704 cabins Total passengers - 6360 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2009 (Renovation - 2019) Tonnage - 225282 tons. Length - 360 m. Width - 66 m. Total cabins - 2704 cabins Total passengers - 6360 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2008 (Renovation - 2018) Tonnage - 160,000 tons. Length - 339 m. Width - 56 m. Total cabin - 1817 Total passengers - 3634 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2007 (Renovation - 2016) Tonnage - 160,000 tons. Length - 339 m. Width - 56 m. Total cabins - 1817 cabins Total passengers - 4375 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2006, renovation (2016) Tonnage - 154 407 tons. Length - 339 m. Width - 56 m. Total cabin - 1817 Total passengers - 4375 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2004, renovation (2016) Tonnage - 90,090 tons. Length - 293 m. Width - 32 m. Total cabin - 1055 Total passengers - 2500 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2003, renovation (2018) Tonnage - 142,000 tons. Length - 311 m. Width - 48 m. Total cabins - 1185 cabins Total passengers - 3840 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2003, renovation (2017) Tonnage - 90,090 tons. Length - 293 m. Width - 32 m. Total cabins - 1050 cabins Total passengers - 2500 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2002, renovation (2013) Tonnage - 142,000 tons. Length - 311 m. Width - 48 m. Total cabin - 1557 Total passengers - 3835 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2002, renovation (2018) Tonnage - 90,090 tons. Length - 293 m. Width - 32 m. Total cabin - 1056 Total passengers - 2500 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2001 Tonnage - 138,000 tons, renovation (2018) Length - 311 m. Width - 48 m. Total cabins - 1557 cabins Total passengers - 3838 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2001, renovation (2016) Tonnage - 90,090 tons. Length - 293 m. Width - 32 m. Total cabins - 1056 cabins Total passengers - 2500 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 2000, renovation (2015) Tonnage - 137,000 tons. Length - 311 m. Width - 48 m. Total cabin - 1557 Total passengers - 3840 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 1999, renovation - 2018. Tonnage - 137,280 tons. Length - 311 m. Width - 48 m. Total cabin - 1557 Total passengers - 3838 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 1998, renovation - 2018. Tonnage - 70,000 tons. Length - 265 m. Width - 32 m. Total cabin - 1000 Total passengers - 2435 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 1997, renovation - 2016. Tonnage - 70,000 tons. Length - 264 m. Width - 32 m. Total cabins - 1000 cabins Total passengers - 2074 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 1997, renovation (2017) Tonnage - 81,500 tons. Length - 301 m. Width - 32 m. Total cabins - 1126 cabins Total passengers - 2730 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 1996, renovation - 2017. Tonnage - 70,000 tons. Length - 264 m. Width - 32 m. Total cabin - 975 Total passengers - 2446 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 1992, renovation (2016) Tonnage - 73,941 tons. Length - 268 m. Width - 33 m. Total cabin - 1190 Total passengers - 2774 people.
Specifications Year of construction - 1990 Tonnage - 48,500 tons. Length - 210 m. Width - 31 m. Total cabins - 800 cabins Total passengers - 1850 people.
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Anti-crisis conditions for booking cruises
 
FCC - Future Cruise Credit. A certificate for a cruise, according to which you can pay for a cruise in the future with this cruise company.
 
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Deposit amount
 
For how many days extra payment Penalties
Conditions apply
 
Royal caribbean
(Cruise with Confidence) Standard, depending on duration 65 days before cruise start
48 hours before the cruise - no penalty
48 hours or less before the cruise - 100% of the total cost.
* Payment is refunded by the FCC.
For cruises departing before 04/30/2022
* When booking before 11/30/2020.
 
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USEFUL INFORMATION FOR CRUISE PASSENGERS
 
A FEW TIPS THAT WILL HELP YOU ALWAYS FEEL COMFORTABLE ON BOARD THE LINER.
 
BEFORE YOUR TRAVEL
Going on an international sea cruise, we advise you to make sure you have not forgotten:
a foreign passport, in which the necessary visas must be affixed;
cruise documents; medical insurance policy;
related documents;
 
WHILE BOARDING THE LINER
We recommend that you arrive at the seaport 4 hours before the departure of the liner.
ATTENTION! THE LINER DOES NOT WAIT FOR LATEURS! The rest of the tourists bear full material and moral responsibility for the consequences arising from their delay to the departure of the vessel.
 
Please note that baggage is checked in at the port and delivered to the cabin (the recommended tip for baggage delivery is approximately $ 2 per item, payable upon drop-off).
 
During customs and border formalities, you hand over your passport to the emigration service of the liner (for the duration of the cruise), go on board the liner, are accommodated in the cabin, the number and category of the cabin are indicated in the cruise documents.
Each cabin contains information about the location of services, a plan-map of the liner, a telephone directory of various ship services. Each cabin is equipped with air conditioning, telephone, TV, safe, 110 volt and 220 volt sockets. Some cabins have a hairdryer. Each cabin has a bathroom equipped with a shower, while the suites have a bath.
If you are hungry, there is a buffet cafe on the upper deck, the opening hours are indicated in the ship's newspaper CruiseCompass.
 
There is always a “drill” before the liner departs, you must take a life jacket and take part in the exercise.
 
ABOUT THE TIME OF THE CRUISE
The CruiseCompass day program is delivered daily to the cabin with a detailed indication of the place, time and content of the activities on board, the start time of the excursion program, air temperature, as well as general information about the port of call, recommendations for choosing clothes, etc.
We urge you to keep your luggage safe. It is recommended to keep valuables and money in safes.
On board our ships there are: swimming pools, which are located on the upper deck, you can also use a jacuzzi, a solarium, a beauty salon and massage room, a hairdresser, a library, a slot machine room, a casino, several bars, a disco, duty free shops, cinema, children's entertainment center and much, much more.
 
YOUR WARDROBE
 
Ladies are advised to take evening, cocktail dresses, men - a suit and tie. During the cruise, solemn receptions will be arranged on the liner, one of which is arranged by the liner captain.
 
ADDITIONAL EXPENSES ON BOARD, THEIR PAYMENT
 
The cruise price includes all types of meals on board (with the exception of dinners in alternative restaurants), accommodation in a cabin of the selected category, use of the gym, swimming pools, as well as the entertainment program, port taxes and duties.
Additional payments: products of bars, booking seats in alternative restaurants, laundry services, beauty salon, SPA, casino, shore excursions, sports activities in groups, ordering food and drinks in the cabin from 00:00 to 05:30 in the morning.
 
CASHLESS PAYMENT OF EXPENSES ON BOARD
 
For the convenience of calculations, all passengers receive a so-called Sea Pass credit card upon check-in, which is credited with all additional expenses on board during the cruise. You will need cash and credit cards for payments at the ports of the ship's parking.
 
What is a SeaPass card?
 
Credit card on the ship (with this card you can shop in shops on board the ship, purchase tickets for shore excursions, take part in a lottery, order alcoholic drinks and cocktails in bars, pay for visits to a beauty salon, massage parlor, photographs, laundry services, etc. dry cleaners, etc. Casino chips and tokens are purchased with cash or credit cards.
Pass to the liner (the map shows the name of the cruise company, the name of the ship, the name of the restaurant, the number of the table)
Your ID for the cruise (last name, first name are shown on the map)
Key to the cabin.
The SeaPass card must be activated on the day the cruise starts. You can present your credit card at check-in, after which, all expenses will be automatically read or inform that you wish to pay in cash, in this case, contact Pursers Desk / GuestRelations and make a deposit of $ 250 per person, the amount may vary depending on the duration of the cruise. After that, an account will be opened in your name and all you need to do to pay expenses on board is to show your card and sign checks. The day before the end of the cruise, you will be presented with a joint invoice detailing the expenses on board, which must be paid the day before by 23:00 or from 06:00 to 07:00 on the day the cruise ends.
A tourist must always have a Sea Pass be with you.
 
TIP
 
All over the world this is the norm, since 90% of the salaries of service personnel are tips.
Optionally, you can pay the tip when booking your cruise at an authorized office either on board in cash or by crediting to your in-flight account
The amount of tips is approximate and may vary depending on the cruise company and cabin category (per person per day):
 
When accommodated in a cabin without a window, with a window, with a balcony (Standard Room): $ 14.50 / person per day
If accommodated in a Concierge & Aqua Class: $ 15.00 / person per day
When accommodated in Suite Class: $ 18.00 / person per day
 
SHORE EXCURSIONS
 
In your cabin you will find an order form for shore excursions, if you want to take part in excursions, it must be filled out and returned to the “Shore Excursions” counter, where you can get information about excursions in ports of call and purchase tickets. The cost of excursions is not included in the price of the tour. Before entering the port, the Cruise Director and Lecturer have talks about local attractions and excursions on board, as well as shops and bargains.
Tourists who do not want to participate in excursions can independently manage their time in the port.
 
MEDICAL SERVICES
 
All ships of Royal Caribbean International, CelebrityCruises and AzamaraClubCruises have trained doctors and nurses who are available around the clock in case of emergency. Medical services provided on board are paid additionally, tariffs correspond to European ones. We recommend taking the necessary medications with you. If you are sensitive to the slightest hesitation of the liner, we advise you to use special tablets, which are available free of charge from your doctor or at the GuestRelations counter.
 
LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING SERVICES
 
Our liners are equipped with excellent laundry and dry cleaning services. The price list for this type of service is in your cabin. With a standard order, things will be delivered the next day. If you need to receive things during the day, you must return the completed form and things in a special package to the steward by 09:00, the surcharge will be 50% of the total order value.
 
DUTY-FREE SHOPS
 
There are duty-free shops on board the ships, where a variety of goods are widely presented: souvenirs with the symbols of Royal Caribbean, CelebrityCruises, and AzamaraClubCruises, tobacco products, alcoholic beverages, clothing, perfumery and cosmetics, jewelry, and basic necessities. Stores are closed during port stops. When buying alcohol, it will be delivered to your cabin only on the penultimate day of the cruise, so that you could take it with you.
 
COMMUNICATION SERVICES
 
By phone from your cabin, you can make international calls, the cost of 1 minute of conversation is on average $ 15.
Our ships are equipped with a WiFi system, which ensures almost uninterrupted cellular communication on board.
All ships have Internet cafes, communication services are paid.
 
SAUNA, SPA, BEAUTY SALON
 
There is a sauna, SPA and beauty salon on board. Services are provided for an additional fee. If you wish to use these services, we recommend that you schedule your session / procedure in advance.
 
IN YOUR CABIN
 
In the cabin, for your convenience, there are soft drinks, which are paid additionally.
 
You can contact HouseKeeping at any time of the day or night to order an extra pillow, blanket, snacks in the cabin and much, much more. Drinks (juice, tea) and snacks indicated in the Room Service menu are served in the cabin free of charge, with the exception of the night time from 00:00 to 05:30 at (a tip must be paid - $ 2-5).
 
RADIO AND TELEVISION
 
All cabins on Royal Caribbean, CelebrityCruises, and AzamaraClub have radio and TV. Television broadcasts a satellite news channel from various countries, films, music programs and an internal TV channel reporting on the program on board, ports of call, etc.
 
RESTAURANTS & KITCHEN
 
For those who prefer dietary food, our chefs will prepare meals with a reduced fat and sugar content. We also offer vegetarian and children's menus. No matter what time of day you get hungry, you will always find something tasty.
 
ORDERING A TABLE IN THE RESTAURANT HALL.
 

When you make a cruise booking, you can choose the table size in the restaurant that will be assigned to you for the entire cruise, as well as inform your agent of your preferred dinner time (first or second shift): Change - 18: 15-20: 00, II shift - 20: 30-22: 00. We are also pleased to offer you the opportunity to dine at any time convenient for you by choosing the MyTimeDining (RCI) / CelebrityCelect (CCL) meal plan. Also, guests traveling with children under 13 years old can book the MyFamilytimedining option (with a confirmed meal change) and in this case their children will be fed in about 40 minutes, after which they will be picked up by a nursery staff member.

club for quiet games or watching cartoons and parents will have the opportunity to devote more time to each other. The child must be registered with the Adventure Ocean Kids Club on the first day of the cruise.
 
SMOKING ON BOARD LINERS
Smoking is prohibited in cabins and most public areas. Also, there is a ban on smoking at the gaming tables in the casino, however, smoking is allowed near slot machines. In addition, each ship has designated smoking areas, both indoors and on the open decks on the starboard side of the ship. Smoking areas are marked with an inscription and are equipped with ashtrays. Passengers staying in cabins with a balcony can smoke on the balconies. Please note that smoking is strictly prohibited on RCI liners balconies overlooking Central Park / Central Party and Boardwalk alley. The fine for violation of the rules of smoking is $ 250. On board CCL liners, smoking is prohibited both in the cabins and on the balconies.
 
ALCOHOL
Alcoholic drinks brought on board the vessel will be seized by security and returned to the owner the day before the cruise ends.
Persons under the age of 21 are strictly prohibited from drinking alcoholic beverages, this regulation is strictly observed by the service personnel, at the request of the bartender / waiter, the passenger is obliged to present the SeaPass, which contains information about the age of the passenger. Violation of the rules for drinking alcohol, as well as antisocial behavior may result in arrest, forced disembarkation from the liner at the next port of call and transfer to law enforcement agencies.
 
PREGNANCY
Pregnant women are allowed to travel if the pregnancy at the end of the cruise does not reach 24 weeks. We strongly recommend that pregnant women carry a certificate from a gynecologist confirming that the pregnancy is proceeding without complications, and there are no contraindications for traveling.
 
CHILDREN
The minimum age for children accepted for carriage is 6 months, however on some cruises the minimum age is 1 year. Please check with your agency. All RCI and CCL ships have children's clubs, which are divided into 5 age groups and accept children from 3 to 17 years old inclusive.
 
MINORS
Passengers under the age of 21 are considered minors and must live in a cabin with a parent / proxy during the cruise, and the proxy must carry a parental power of attorney upon boarding. The power of attorney must be translated into English and certified by an apostille.
 
END OF CRUISE, DEPARTURE
On one of the days of the cruise, special forms will be delivered to your cabin - DisembarkationForm. Fill in them, indicating the time of departure from the ship. In accordance with the specified time, luggage tags of a certain color will be delivered to your cabin, which will need to be filled in and attached to the luggage on the penultimate day of the cruise. Also, the day before the end of the cruise, customs declarations will be delivered to your cabin, which must be filled out and carried with you to go through passport and customs control.
Filled luggage tags are attached to suitcases, bags. Luggage is put on the corridor until 24.00 on the penultimate day of the cruise. On the day of arrival at the port, you must pay with your SeaPass card (by 7.00 am) and receive your passport! (Pursersdesk / GuestRelations). You will receive your luggage at the port based on the color of the luggage tag.
Requirements for vaccines
 
What vaccines does Royal Caribbean accept?
 
Royal Caribbean accepts vaccines that are fully approved or authorized for emergency use by the US FDA or the World Health Organization. All doses of your vaccine must be from the same manufacturer and type (e.g. mRNA) in the required number of doses to be considered fully administered (e.g. 2 doses of Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, etc. or 1 injection of Johnson & Johnson vaccine) ... A guest is considered fully vaccinated 14 days after the completion of vaccination.
 
See US FDA Approved Vaccines.
 
See World Health Organization Approved Vaccines
 
Vaccine policies are subject to change as we track the evolution of public health guidelines and government regulations.
 
Mixed vaccines from different manufacturers
 
We accept mixed vaccination with doses from different manufacturers, provided that your batch of vaccine meets the following requirements:
 
- Guests must receive at least two doses of vaccines fully approved or cleared for emergency use by the US FDA or World Health Organization.
- Two doses should be given at least 28 days apart *.
- The last dose must be delivered at least 14 days before departure.
 
* For guests departing from ports outside the United States: When combined AstraZeneca and mRNA vaccines (Pfizer or Moderna), there must be at least 42 days between the two doses.
 
Mixed vaccines are not accepted at all ports of call. Guests who have received a mixed batch vaccination may be prohibited from going ashore at these ports, or they may need to undergo additional testing if they wish to disembark.
 
 
Testing
 
If you require a COVID test in advance to board your ship, please read these rules carefully.
 
What tests are accepted:
 
There are two common types of diagnostic tests for COVID-19, and we accept either of them:
- Molecular test, also called PCR test or NAAT test.
- Antigen test, also called rapid antigen test
The test must be supervised by a healthcare professional, such as a doctor, pharmacist at a pharmacy, public health worker, or telemedicine specialist.
 
You must receive a valid results document from the testing laboratory, stating the name of the laboratory, your name, the date of the test, the type of test, and a negative result. You can print the document, show the results in an email or lab attachment. Handwritten doctor's notes will not be accepted.
Self-testing at home is only allowed if it meets the specific requirements below.
 
Tests we do not accept
 
- Antibody tests are not accepted because they do not detect an ongoing infection.
- It also does not accept home testing kits that are self-administered at home and not monitored by a telemedicine professional.
 
Learn more about testing at home
 
Self-testing under the supervision of a telemedicine professional conducted at home under live surveillance must meet the following requirements:
 
- The test must be approved for emergency use by the US FDA.
- Only vaccinated guests will be able to submit a home test result for boarding the liner
- The self-test process should take place under direct supervision during a video call with a telemedicine representative.
- The telemedicine provider must give you a results document that includes all the information you need.
- An example of one test that meets these parameters is the Abbott BinaxNow COVID-19 Ag Card Test, available through the Abbott Navica app or eMed.com. Please note that this test kit must be shipped to your home in most cases and may take up to 5 business days to ship (to the US) after you order.
 
Learn more about the Abbott brand tests
 
We get a lot of questions about Abbott tests, the most affordable brand of COVID-19 tests. The following tests are accepted:
 
- Any Abbott branded tests performed onsite by a pharmacy technician or other healthcare professional will be accepted. They should provide you with a proper document of the results (no handwritten notes).
- Accepted Abbott BinaxNow COVID-19 Ag Card test, which is performed at home and under the supervision of a telemedicine specialist. This must be done under the supervision of live video.
- Abbott BinaxNow COVID-19 Self Testing, if done at home and not supervised by a healthcare professional, will NOT be accepted.
 
Where and when to take the test
 
For shipments before September 13 from US ports and from Nassau
 
When scheduling a test withThere are some additional things to keep in mind:
For cruises requiring a test at least 3 days prior to departure. How to calculate "3 days until": The day you go on the cruise does not count as one of the days. So, for example, if you go on a cruise on Saturday, you can take the test on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday.
Make sure your chosen testing provider can provide you with a valid results document prior to travel.
 
For shipments after September 13th from US ports and from Nassau
 
- Vaccinated guests 12 years of age or older must submit a negative COVID-19 test (PCR or antigen test) that was performed no earlier than 2 days before departure.
- Unvaccinated guests between the ages of 2 and 11 must show a negative PCR test performed at least 3 days before departure. Antigen tests are not accepted.
- Guests under 2 years old do not need to take tests.
- The cost of testing is paid by the guest.
 
Providing results on the day of departure
 
You will present your negative test result at the terminal upon boarding. Print the result if possible. We will also accept a valid results document presented on your phone.
 
 
from Florida, USA
 
The protocols listed here only apply to shipments from Florida. We will continue to update these protocols as the public health situation evolves. Recommendations for all other ports of departure are still being developed jointly with federal, state and local authorities. Guests booking a cruise departing from other ports will be provided with full information prior to departure.
 
Vaccination:
 
All guests over 12 years old must be vaccinated
 
The second vaccination must be given no later than 14 days prior to arrival in the Bahamas. The certificate must be in English and issued by a government agency of your country
 
The entire liner team is vaccinated. The entire Perfect Day at CocoCay team is vaccinated.
 
Testing:
 
- Vaccinated guests 12 years of age or older must submit a negative COVID-19 test (PCR or antigen test) that was performed no earlier than 2 days before departure.
- Unvaccinated guests between the ages of 2 and 11 must show a negative PCR test performed at least 3 days before departure. Testing of unvaccinated children cannot be carried out on the day of departure, as may affect the collection of material at the terminal. Antigen tests are not accepted.
- Guests under 2 years old do not need to take tests.
- The cost of testing is paid by the guest.
- Unvaccinated guests between 2 and 11 years old will have to take several tests depending on the duration of the cruise:
 
During landing:
Unvaccinated guests between 2 and 11 years old must take a PCR test at the terminal.
 
At the end of the cruise:
Unvaccinated guests over 2 years of age will be required to take a rapid antigen test on the last full day of the cruise. Guests who need to take a test to return to their home country will be able to do so on the last day of the cruise free of charge.
 
For unvaccinated guests from 2 to 11 years old, all tests will be free. Guests under 2 years old are not required to take the tests.
 
On board
Allocated spaces
Since most of our guests will be vaccinated, only vaccinated guests will be admitted to some areas on board. We will do our best to ensure that all guests have the opportunity to have a good time with us. Please note that the SeaPass card will be required to access the lounges, shows and restaurants, so keep it handy while cruising.
 
Sites by liners:
Freedom of the Seas
Odyssey of the seas
Symphony of the Seas
Allure of the seas
Mariner of the seas
Serenade of the Seas
 
Masks:
 
Masks will be required for all guests over 2 years old indoors. Masks are not needed on the open deck, in restaurants with meals, at Perfect Day at CocoCay. Vaccinated guests will not be able to wear masks in areas where only vaccinated guests are allowed
 
Restaurants
 
In the main restaurant, which is spread over several decks, we will allocate areas for everyone, including parents and unvaccinated children, as well as areas for vaccinated groups only. My Time Dining will not be available to unvaccinated guests.
Some alternative restaurants will be open to everyone, while others will only be open to the vaccinated. If you prefer a buffet, Windjammer will be open to everyone for breakfast and lunch. We recommend that you book a restaurant table using the Cruise Planner before your cruise or via the Royal Caribbean app on board. Also, all comers will have access to bars and cafes.
 
Show
 
The shows will be limited to theater capacity, but the number of performances will be increased for everyone to watch. We recommend that you book your tables in advance through the Cruise Planner or the App.
 
Ashore
 
Vaccinated guests can book excursions or go out freelyb in most ports, except for those listed below - in these ports, going ashore is possible only as part of excursions:
- Saint Lucia (cruises in November)
- Barbados (November cruises) Anchor
- Saint Kitts (cruises in November)
- Antigua (cruises in November)
Unvaccinated Guests: Must book excursions through Royal Caribbean.
 
Perfect Day at CocoCay and Port Canaveral
Free exit for all guests
 
from New York, USA
 
The protocols listed here only apply to shipments from New York. We will continue to update these protocols as the public health situation evolves. Recommendations for all other ports of departure are still being developed jointly with federal, state and local authorities. Guests booking a cruise departing from other ports will be provided with full information prior to departure.
 
Vaccination:
 
All guests over 12 years old must be vaccinated
 
The second vaccination must be given no later than 14 days prior to arrival in the Bahamas. The certificate must be in English and issued by a government agency of your country
 
The entire liner team is vaccinated. The entire Perfect Day at CocoCay team is vaccinated.
 
Testing:
 
- Vaccinated guests 12 years of age or older must submit a negative COVID-19 test (PCR or antigen test) that was performed no earlier than 2 days before departure.
- Unvaccinated guests between the ages of 2 and 11 must show a negative PCR test performed at least 3 days before departure. Testing of unvaccinated children cannot be carried out on the day of departure, as may affect the collection of material at the terminal. Antigen tests are not accepted.
- Guests under 2 years old do not need to take tests.
- The cost of testing is paid by the guest.
 
Unvaccinated guests between 2 and 11 years old will have to take several tests depending on the length of the cruise:
 
During landing:
Unvaccinated guests between 2 and 11 years old must take a PCR test at the terminal.
 
At the end of the cruise:
Unvaccinated guests over 2 years of age will be required to take a rapid antigen test on the last full day of the cruise. Guests who need to take a test to return to their home country will be able to do so on the last day of the cruise free of charge.
 
For unvaccinated guests from 2 to 11 years old, all tests will be free. Guests under 2 years old are not required to take the tests.
 
On board
Allocated spaces
Since most of our guests will be vaccinated, only vaccinated guests will be admitted to some areas on board. We will do our best to ensure that all guests have the opportunity to have a good time with us. Please note that the SeaPass card will be required to access the lounges, shows and restaurants, so keep it handy while cruising.
 
Sites by liners:
Oasis of the Seas
 
Masks:
 
Masks will be required for all guests over 2 years old indoors. Masks are not needed on the open deck, in restaurants with meals, at Perfect Day at CocoCay. Vaccinated guests will not be able to wear masks in areas where only vaccinated guests are allowed
 
Restaurants
 
In the main restaurant, which is spread over several decks, we will allocate areas for everyone, including parents and unvaccinated children, as well as areas for vaccinated groups only. My Time Dining will not be available to unvaccinated guests.
Some alternative restaurants will be open to everyone, while others will only be open to the vaccinated. If you prefer a buffet, Windjammer will be open to everyone for breakfast and lunch. We recommend that you book a restaurant table using the Cruise Planner before your cruise or via the Royal Caribbean app on board. Also, all comers will have access to bars and cafes.
 
Show
The shows will be limited to theater capacity, but the number of performances will be increased for everyone to watch. We recommend that you book your tables in advance through the Cruise Planner or the App.
 
Ashore
 
Vaccinated guests can book excursions or go freely at most ports, except for those listed below - in these ports, going ashore is possible only as part of excursions:
- Saint Lucia (cruises in November)
- Barbados (cruises in November)
- Saint Kitts (November cruises) Anchor
- Antigua (cruises in November)
 
Unvaccinated Guests: Must book excursions through Royal Caribbean.
 
Perfect Day at CocoCay and Port Canaveral
Free exit for all guests
 
from Los Angeles, USA
 
The protocols listed here only apply to departures from Los Angeles. We will continue to update these protocols as the public health situation evolves. Recommendations for all other ports of departure are still being developed jointly with federal, state and local authorities. Guests booking a cruise departing from other ports will be provided with full information prior to departure.
 
Vaccination:
 
All guests over 12 years old must be vaccinated
 
The second vaccination must be given late.her 14 days before arriving in the Bahamas. The certificate must be in English and issued by a government agency of your country
 
The entire liner team is vaccinated. The entire Perfect Day at CocoCay team is vaccinated.
 
Testing:
 
- Vaccinated guests 12 years of age or older must submit a negative COVID-19 test (PCR or antigen test) that was performed no earlier than 2 days before departure.
- Unvaccinated guests between the ages of 2 and 11 must show a negative PCR test performed at least 3 days before departure. Testing of unvaccinated children cannot be carried out on the day of departure, as may affect the collection of material at the terminal. Antigen tests are not accepted.
- Guests under 2 years old do not need to take tests.
- The cost of testing is paid by the guest.
 
Unvaccinated guests between 2 and 11 years old will have to take several tests depending on the length of the cruise:
 
During landing:
Unvaccinated guests between 2 and 11 years old must take a PCR test at the terminal.
 
At the end of the cruise:
Unvaccinated guests over 2 years of age will be required to take a rapid antigen test on the last full day of the cruise. Guests who need to take a test to return to their home country will be able to do so on the last day of the cruise free of charge.
 
For unvaccinated guests from 2 to 11 years old, all tests will be free. Guests under 2 years old are not required to take the tests.
 
On board
Allocated spaces
Since most of our guests will be vaccinated, only vaccinated guests will be admitted to some areas on board. We will do our best to ensure that all guests have the opportunity to have a good time with us. Please note that the SeaPass card will be required to access the lounges, shows and restaurants, so keep it handy while cruising.
 
Sites by liners:
Navigator of the Seas
 
Masks:
 
Masks will be required for all guests over 2 years old indoors. Masks are not needed on the open deck, in restaurants with meals, at Perfect Day at CocoCay. Vaccinated guests will not be able to wear masks in areas where only vaccinated guests are allowed
 
Restaurants
In the main restaurant, which is spread over several decks, we will allocate areas for everyone, including parents and unvaccinated children, as well as areas for vaccinated groups only. My Time Dining will not be available to unvaccinated guests.
Some alternative restaurants will be open to everyone, while others will only be open to the vaccinated. If you prefer a buffet, Windjammer will be open to everyone for breakfast and lunch. We recommend that you book a restaurant table using the Cruise Planner before your cruise or via the Royal Caribbean app on board. Also, all comers will have access to bars and cafes.
 
Show
The shows will be limited to theater capacity, but the number of performances will be increased for everyone to watch. We recommend that you book your tables in advance through the Cruise Planner or the App.
 
Ashore
Vaccinated guests can book excursions or go freely at most ports, except for those listed below - in these ports, going ashore is possible only as part of excursions:
- Saint Lucia (cruises in November)
- Barbados (cruises in November)
- Saint Kitts (November cruises) Anchor
- Antigua (cruises in November)
 
Unvaccinated Guests: Must book excursions through Royal Caribbean.
 
Perfect Day at CocoCay and Port Canaveral
Free exit for all guests
 
from Galveston, TX
 
The protocols outlined here only apply to departures from Galveston to the Independence of the Seas®. We will continue to update these protocols as the public health situation evolves. Recommendations for all other ports of departure are still being developed jointly with federal, state and local authorities. Guests booking a cruise departing from other ports will be provided with full information prior to departure.
 
Vaccination:
 
All guests over 12 years old must be vaccinated
 
The second vaccination must be done no later than 14 days before the departure of the liner. The certificate must be in English and issued by a government agency of your country
 
The entire liner team is vaccinated.
 
Testing:
 
- Vaccinated guests 12 years of age or older must submit a negative COVID-19 test (PCR or antigen test) that was performed no earlier than 2 days before departure.
- Unvaccinated guests between the ages of 2 and 11 must show a negative PCR test performed at least 3 days before departure. Testing of unvaccinated children cannot be carried out on the day of departure, as may affect the collection of material at the terminal. Antigen tests are not accepted.
- Guests under 2 years old do not need to take tests.
- The cost of testing is paid by the guest.
 
In terminal:
All unvaccinated guests between 2 and 11 years old must take a free antigen test at the cruise terminal. Children under 2 years old should not take the test.
 
In timecruise name:
All unvaccinated guests between 2 and 11 years of age must take a free test on the last day of the cruise. The test will take place approximately 24 hours before the arrival of the ship.
 
Allocated spaces
Since most of our guests will be vaccinated, only vaccinated guests will be admitted to some areas on board. We will do our best to ensure that all guests have the opportunity to have a good time with us. Please note that the SeaPass card will be required to access the lounges, shows and restaurants, so keep it handy while cruising.
 
Sites by liners:
Independence of the Seas
Adventure of the Seas
Liberty of the seas
 
Masks
 
No masks needed:
- In open areas of the ship, if you are not in a crowded place.
- In the pool or in any other way where they can get wet.
- Locations reserved for vaccinated guests only, such as select bars, lounges, restaurants and shows.
- In the cabin.
- While visiting our private island, Perfect Day at CocoCay
- Any guests under 2 years old.
 
Masks are MANDATORY to wear:
- Being in closed spaces of the liner, with the exception of restaurant tables
- When visiting ports of call, if required by local regulations.
 
Ashore:
Vaccinated guests: Free exit
Unvaccinated Guests: Must book excursions through Royal Caribbean
 
Restaurants: Yakor
All restaurants will be open, the distance between tables will be increased. My Time Dining is not available for tourist groups traveling with unvaccinated children. Windjammer will work with waiters. We recommend that you book your tables in advance through the Cruise Planner or the App.
 
Show:
The shows will be limited to theater capacity, but the number of performances will be increased for everyone to watch. We recommend that you book your tables in advance through the Cruise Planner or the App.
 
from San Juan, Puerto Rico
 
The protocols listed here only apply to shipments from Puerto Rico. We will continue to update these protocols as the public health situation evolves. Recommendations for all other ports of departure are still being developed jointly with federal, state and local authorities. Guests booking a cruise departing from other ports will be provided with full information prior to departure.
 
Vaccination:
 
All guests over 12 years old must be vaccinated
 
The second vaccination must be done no later than 14 days before the departure of the liner. The certificate must be in English and issued by a government agency of your country
 
The entire liner team is vaccinated.
 
Testing:
To enter Puerto Rico:
Some guests are required to provide a negative PCR or COVID-19 antigen test to enter Puerto Rico, depending on their vaccination status and the country from which they are traveling.
 
If you are flying from the USA
Vaccinated guests do not need to be tested to enter Puerto Rico.
 
Unvaccinated children between 2 and 11 years of age must present a negative PCR or antigen test within 72 hours of arrival at Luis Muñoz Marina International Airport in San Juan.
 
If you are flying from another country
All travelers 2 years of age or older, regardless of vaccination status, must present a negative PCR or antigen test result within 72 hours of arrival at Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport in San Juan.
 
If you are already in Puerto Rico
No additional testing required.
 
To board the liner:
 
- Vaccinated guests 12 years of age or older must submit a negative COVID-19 test (PCR or antigen test) that was performed no earlier than 2 days before departure.
- Unvaccinated guests between the ages of 2 and 11 must show a negative PCR test performed at least 3 days before departure. Testing of unvaccinated children cannot be carried out on the day of departure, as may affect the collection of material at the terminal. Antigen tests are not accepted.
- Guests under 2 years old do not need to take tests.
- The cost of testing is paid by the guest.
 
In terminal:
All unvaccinated guests between 2 and 11 years old must take a free antigen test at the cruise terminal. Children under 2 years old should not take the test.
 
During the cruise:
All unvaccinated guests between 2 and 11 years of age must take a free test on the last day of the cruise. The test will take place approximately 24 hours before the arrival of the ship.
 
Allocated spaces
Since most of our guests will be vaccinated, only vaccinated guests will be admitted to some areas on board. We will do our best to ensure that all guests have the opportunity to have a good time with us. Please note that the SeaPass card will be required to access the lounges, shows and restaurants, so keep it handy while cruising.
 
Sites by liners:
Explorer of the seas
 
Masks
No masks needed:
 
- On open areas of the liner, if inYou are not in a crowded place.
- In the pool or in any other way where they can get wet.
- Locations reserved for vaccinated guests only, such as select bars, lounges, restaurants and shows.
- In the cabin.
- While visiting our private island, Perfect Day at CocoCay
- Any guests under 2 years old.
 
Masks are MANDATORY to wear:
- Being in closed spaces of the liner, with the exception of restaurant tables
- When visiting ports of call, if required by local regulations.
 
Ashore:
 
Vaccinated guests can book excursions or go freely at most ports, except for those listed below - in these ports, going ashore is possible only as part of excursions:
- Saint Lucia (cruises in November)
- Barbados (cruises in November)
- Saint Kitts (cruises in November)
- Antigua (cruises in November)
 
Unvaccinated Guests: Must book excursions through Royal Caribbean.
 
Perfect Day at CocoCay and Port Canaveral Free exit for all guests
 
Restaurants:
 
All restaurants will be open, the distance between tables will be increased. My Time Dining is not available for tourist groups traveling with unvaccinated children. Windjammer will work with waiters. We recommend that you book your tables in advance through the Cruise Planner or the App.
 
Show:
 
The shows will be limited to theater capacity, but the number of performances will be increased for everyone to watch. We recommend that you book your tables in advance through the Cruise Planner or the App.