Cruising Returns to North America!
Royal Caribbean has officially announced that they will be resuming sailing on board Adventure of the Seas out of it’s new home port of Nassau, Bahamas. These sailings will welcome fully vaccinated guests over the age of 18 and minors who provide proof of a negative Covid-19 test.
In order to sail on Adventure of the Seas, here is what passengers will need to provide the following:
- For guests 18 years of age and older, proof of being fully vaccinated for COVID -19.
- Proof of a negative SARS- CoV-2 RT-PCR test result for entry into the country where you are sailing from (age requirements vary by jurisdiction).
- Completed Royal Caribbean Health Questionnaire, available in the app 24 hours before sailing.
- Typical travel documents, including passport or any visas as required by the departure country.
Beginning in June 2021, departures will resume as we introduce Adventure of the Seas® to her new homeport of Nassau, Bahamas. Offering weeklong getaways, vacationers can enjoy a day in Cozumel, Mexico, as well as an island-hopping sampler of popular Bahamian ports — including Grand Bahama Island and two consecutive days at our very own private destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay.
These exciting new itineraries will set sail June through August 2021, inviting fully vaccinated guests 18 years of age and older, as well as children under the age of 18 with proof of negative COVID-19 test results. Rest-assured, the well-being of our guests and crew remains a top-priority and we look forward to a gradual and safe return to cruising. Details on additional health and safety measures will be announced at a later date.-Royal Caribbean International
We dive deeper into the announcement on this week’s episode of Escape a Travel Podcast, giving more details about Royal Caribbean’s return to sailing plans!
Stay tuned as we will bring more information to you as it comes!