NEWS: Royal Caribbean welcomes unvaccinated and vaccinated guests subject to local regulations starting September 5.
Royal Caribbean welcomes unvaccinated and vaccinated guests with these new guidelines:
- Unvaccinated guests can cruise with negative results from any commercially available test, including self-tests.
- No testing is required for vaccinated guests sailing on cruises that are nine nights or less.
- For all sailings, guests 5 years old and younger have no vaccine or testing requirements.
- On sailings of 10-plus nights, guests – vaccinated or unvaccinated – must provide a negative test within three days of their sailing date.
Due to local regulations, sailings to or from Australia, Bermuda, Canada or Singapore still require guests to be vaccinated.
The cruise line continues to practice health and safety measures that exceed other types of vacations. These measures include the routine monitoring and vaccination of all crew members and keeping them up to date with boosters when they are eligible, enhanced testing and care capabilities in every onboard medical center, and more.
More information on Royal Caribbean’s current measures are available here.
Source: Royal Caribbean
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CRUISE REVIEW + 17 PHOTOS + VIDEO: Royal Caribbean Wonder of the Seas, the largest cruise ship in the world, wows guests and carries about 6,900 passengers, 2,300 crew and is longer than three football fields. However, Wonder offers unique differences that make her even more gregarious (at 236,857 GT) than her Oasis-class sisters Symphony, Harmony, Allure and Oasis.