Published on : Saturday, April 18, 2020
Royal Caribbean has extended the postponement of its global cruise ship operations through June 11, 2020, amid the worldwide outbreak of the novel coronavirus or COVID 19. The large cruise company announced that they are going to suspend this for ongoing COVID-19 crisis for its decision.
They are working with their guests to address this disruption to their vacations, and they are genuinely sorry for their inconvenience. They expect to return to service on June 12.
A spokesperson further clarified on social media however, that there are some previously announced exceptions to the June 12 date regarding the company’s planned return to service. Currently, service is expected to return for Alaska, Canada and New England sailings on July 1, 2020, amid announced port closures, they said.
“As the world changes, our commitment to you haven’t,” the social media statement read. “We are terribly sorry and understand your disappointment. Please know your health, safety and well-being are and always will be our top priority.”