The AquaDome has been installed aboard Icon of the Seas, making it the largest structure of glass and steel that’s ever been lifted onto a cruise ship.
After waiting several weeks for her to finish her maiden season in Europe, the US market will finally get to experience Wonder of the Seas, the largest cruise ship in the world […]
Royal Caribbean International has reported its best booking day in history on the back of the opening of bookings for its upcoming new ship Icon of the Seas.
Royal Caribbean International has revealed the first details about its upcoming cruise ship Icon of the Seas, the first in a new series called the Icon class, which will be the largest […]
Royal Caribbean has laid the keel for its upcoming Utopia of the Seas, the next ship in the venerable Oasis-class, the largest class of cruise ships in the world.
Royal Caribbean International have announced that its new cruise ship Icon of the Seas, the first of a new class of ships, and the first LNG-powered vessel in the fleet, will homeport […]
Royal Caribbean has marked the keel laying milestone in the construction of its new Icon of the Seas cruise ship at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Finland.
Wonder of the Seas, the largest cruise ship in the world and the latest in Royal Caribbean‘s record-breaking Oasis-class, has made her debut in the United States a month after she was […]
Royal Caribbean International has taken delivery of the largest cruise ship ever built, Wonder of the Seas, the latest in its record-breaking Oasis-class of vessels.
Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line have become the first to cancel sailings amid rising fears of Omicron-related COVID-19 infections.
Following the emergence of the Omicron variant of COVID-19, and a recent outbreak of coronavirus aboard Norwegian Breakaway, cruise lines are tightening their health and safety protocols.
Royal Caribbean International has announced that its new Oasis-class ship Wonder of the Seas will homeport in Port Canaveral from November, 2022.
Royal Caribbean International has officially named Odyssey of the Seas, marking her commissioning into the fleet amid her inaugural cruise season to the Caribbean out of Port Everglades.
Icon of the Seas, Royal Caribbean’s first LNG-powered cruise ship and the first in its new Icon-class of ships, has received the first of two LNG fuel tanks.
Royal Caribbean has revealed the number of passengers that have caught COVID-19 aboard its cruise ships since it resumed operations earlier this year.
The world’s largest cruise ship Wonder of the Seas has departed on sea trials ahead of her anticipated March, 2022 delivery and (possible) cruise via Dubai.
The world’s largest cruise ships have resumed cruise operations, with Harmony of the Seas and Symphony of the Seas both departing on their first passenger voyages this week.
Royal Caribbean International plans to have all 25 of its cruise ships back in service by spring next year as it prepares for the second phase of its cruise resumption program.
Royal Caribbean and Princess Cruises have also tightened COVID rules, joining Carnival Cruise Line, which enhanced its mask policy following COVID-19 infections aboard Carnival Vista.
On her second cruise since resuming services out of Nassau, Bahamas, Royal Caribbean’s Adventure of the Seas has prevented the spread of COVID-19 after two passengers tested positive.