Royal Caribbean Announces Return for Cruising in the U.S. This Summer!

Royal Caribbean has announced its plans to resume cruising in the U.S. starting this July: https://cruiseline.com/advice/what-s-hot/news/royal-caribbean-is-back-six-ships-to-sail-this-summer

Anyone booked, or planning on booking for this summer?

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Good news! Thanks for letting us know!Love

Booked? Nope. Gotta wait for some sort of normalcy to occur or a fair facsimile . Still too much uncertainty.

I'm booked, but for November!

Booked in November after the CSO expires. I'm very wary of the current announcement because they'll need to complete a sufficient number of test cruises prior to a larger widespread startup. I think RCL plans to have 12 ships on-line by end of August, would bet on half. Aim high.

Booked for Symphony - December 18, 2021, Oasis - March 27, 2022, and Grandeur - April 16, 2023.

December and March are Lift & Shift from December 2020, and April 2021, which were both paid for through 125% FCC From April 2020 :Facepalm:

I just need a vacation, man....

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