Royal Caribbean units 2021 cruises in Florida, Texas, Alaska

Royal Caribbean is saying a U.S. summer time schedule for eight of its cruise ships

The cruise line stated all crew members can be vaccinated towards COVID-19. Passengers 16 and older on cruises to Alaska will even be required to be vaccinated. The requirement can be expanded to cowl Alaska-bound passengers 12 and over beginning Aug. 1.

For different journeys passing by means of U.S. water, Royal Caribbean stated that passengers are “strongly advisable” to get vaccinated. Unvaccinated passengers should be examined for the virus and observe different measures that can be introduced later, the corporate stated.

Royal Caribbean stated that its first U.S. crusing since March 2020 will depart Miami on July 2 on the Freedom of the Seas.

The corporate stated that over the next six weeks, 5 different ships will sail the Caribbean after leaving from Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Port Canaveral, Florida, and Galveston, Texas. Two ships will sail from Seattle to Alaska.

Royal Caribbean, which is headquartered in Miami however registers its ships in different nations, plans to have 12 ships working worldwide by the top of August. These embrace ships crusing from the UK, Europe and the Bahamas.

In the meantime, U.S. officers this week stated that a Florida lawsuit towards the federal authorities over situations for cruise strains to renew crusing may threaten plans to restart cruising in Alaska.

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