Royal Caribbean's Jewel of the Seas to cruising starting from July 10Beginning July 10, Royal Caribbean International will offer a new seven-night cruise program departing from Limassol, Cyprus and sailing around the Greek and Cypriot coasts.
Odyssey of the Seas starts North Sea trialsOdyssey of the Seas, Royal Caribbean International's second Quantum Ultra-class cruise ship, began a comprehensive sea trial on March 14 at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany.
Royal Caribbean extends cruise cancellations for four shipsThe suspension of cruising by Royal Caribbean International has been extended through May, excluding sailings onboard Quantum, Spectrum, Voyager, and Odyssey of the Seas.
Two newbuilds to join fleet of Royal Caribbean in 2021By the end of the first quarter of this year, Odyssey of the Seas, Royal Caribbean's second Quantum Ultra Class cruise ship, is expected to join the company's fleet.
Royal Caribbean's former Majesty of the Seas arrives PiraeusThe former Majesty of the Seas of Royal Caribbean International arrived in Piraeus on Monday, with the vessel being sold in December by Royal Caribbean International to an undisclosed owner.
Royal Caribbean unveils $40 million support for travel agentsIn order to assist travel agents, the Royal Caribbean Group is announcing plans to begin a second phase of its RCL CARES program to support its travel advisors as they attempt to restore their companies.
Quantum of the Seas returns to Singapore earlier than its scheduleOn board Royal Caribbean International's Quantum of the Seas, an 83-year-old male Singaporean tested positive for COVID-19 infection, forcing the ship to return to Singapore earlier than expected.
New Royal Caribbean vessel receives her podded propulsion unitsThis week at Meyer Werft, the shipyard building the Quantum-Ultra class vessel, Royal Caribbean International's latest Odyssey of the Seas got its podded propulsion units.
Royal Caribbean cancels its november programAs Royal Caribbean Group announces the cancellation of their November sailings, Richard Fain, chairman and CEO of the company, stated that he is optimistic the company would sail cruises out of the United States in 2020.
Largest cruise ship in the world floats outThe new Wonder of the Seas, scheduled for Royal Caribbean International as the world's largest cruise ship, is now in the waters of France's Chantiers de l'Atlantique.
Newbuilds of Royal Caribbean to be delayedThe Royal Caribbean Group will only take delivery of three ships between July 2020 and the end of 2021.
Royal Caribbean extends cruise cancellations until mid septemberAccording to the cruise line, Royal Caribbean International has extended its pause in operations until at least mid-September.
Royal Caribbean works on financing options on 5 shipsRoyal Caribbean Cruises stated that in order to leverage the advantages of a 12-month debt holiday initiative provided by Euler Hermes Aktiengesellschaft, Germany's official export credit agency, it had made improvements to the export-backed loan facility