4/29/20 - Future health requirements and safety protocols are still being defined for the cruise industry; however, at this time, a health form is no longer required for those travelers age 70+, nor are there restrictions for those guests with underlying health conditions. As you know, our current environment remains very fluid, thus, changes to these guidelines may occur down-the-line. Our return-to-service protocols may look very different in coming weeks so, as more is finalized, updates will be shared accordingly.
Please reference these talking points as needed.
Royal Caribbean International is currently laser-focused on additional safety enhancements for our return to service.
To develop our future boarding screening process and updated health protocols, we are collaborating with government health authorities, the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), and our own team of medical experts. These are not yet finalized, but when they are, we will be sure to advise accordingly.
We know that our 70+ guests and those with chronic conditions are especially eager to understand what cruising will look like in the future. While subject to change, via the Cruise Line International Association (CLIA), we have confirmed that the previous restriction requiring a doctor’s note was lifted in early April after cruise lines suspended service.
Please know that every decision we make, and all of the fine-tuning we do, has your/your client’s well-being in mind. We miss you and your clients – and can’t wait to welcome you back onboard.
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