Royal Caribbean Post recap: October 10, 2021

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Hope everyone reading this is having a wonderful Sunday and enjoying some time this weekend with friends, family and great food too. There was a lot news from Royal Caribbean this week, and we’ve wrapped it all up in an easy-to-read blog post for your convenience!

Many cruise fans have noticed a change in Royal Caribbean’s The Key program as it resumes being offered.

The Key is Royal Caribbean’s VIP access program that customers can optionally purchase, and the changes are primarily a result of Covid-19 protocols.

Royal Caribbean is changing what The Key offers you, including changing the boarding day lunch, check-in process and more.

Royal Caribbean News

Royal Caribbean blog podcast

Cruises are making a comeback all over the world, including the UK, and this week’s podcast episode shows how cruises across the pond go.

Emma has sailed on different cruise lines since restarting cruises from England, and shares her thoughts on what cruising this summer is like from the UK

Feel free to subscribe via iTunes or RSS, and head over to rate and review the podcast on iTunes if you can! We would appreciate it!

New RCB Video: Odyssey of the Seas 2021 Cruise Ship Tour

Have you subscribed to the Royal Caribbean Blog YouTube channel? We regularly share great videos there, dedicated to a Royal Caribbean cruise! This week we are sharing our latest video – Odyssey of the Seas 2021 Cruise Ship Tour! – and don’t forget to subscribe here.

New Royal Caribbean Cruise Compasses

One of the best ways to learn more about the type of events a cruise ship has to offer is by viewing an old Royal Caribbean cruise compass. Here’s a look at the latest cruising compasses we’ve added.

8 Discontinued Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Activities

Royal Caribbean isn’t afraid to try something new, and sometimes that means a good idea today is replaced tomorrow.

Cruise lines are always looking for ways to align their offerings with customer trends, so it’s not uncommon for a ship to offer a certain activity but be replaced later.

Here’s a look at eight things you could do on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship that are now gone.


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