Royal Caribbean cruises leave for Bahamas and Bermuda in June ~ WIC News
After almost a year of suspension, Royal Caribbean International is preparing to relaunch its services in North America. While cruises from the United States are almost out of the question for a while, the company will be carrying ships to the Bahamas and Bermuda from June 2021.
As the cruise industry returns to North America, Royal Caribbean International is preparing to relaunch service to the region after more than a year.
Royal Caribbean International President and CEO Michael Bayley said they have had regular conversations with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and the discussion is on a very positive track due to the vaccination decisions in progress.
He said later this year a third ship would begin services to Barbados, offering week-long cruises to the southern Caribbean and the ABC Islands.
According to Bayley, the actions are part of a major restart program that includes ships traveling not only to North America but also to the Mediterranean and Asia.
“All of these ships are doing very well. There was good interest. We feel inspired by the bookings we see, ”noted Bayley.
As the pandemic situation improves, so does the understanding of the bigger picture, he continued.
“Since March 2020, we have been polling our customers every month, asking them a list of questions about their vision for the future, what they think about COVID, their life, their vacations, their travels and more,” said Bayley.
Over the past few months, the exam results have become incredibly accurate. People understand that the worst is after us, that it is coming to an end. They are very excited to travel to the future.