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Royal Caribbean announced this week that it canceled all of its Australia and New Zealand cruises through December 31, 2020.
The cruise line said the decision was made due to a recent extension of a ban on cruise ships in Australian waters until mid-December. Royal Caribbean opted to extend its ban through the end of the year so that guests could make alternate holiday arrangements.
Guests who were booked on affected sailings will receive emails with compensation offers and choices of what to do.
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5 hints Royal Caribbean Group Chairman has shared about cruises resuming
Richard Fain has provided periodic updates throughout Royal Caribbean’s shutdown, and there have been a few hints at what changes we might to expect sprinkled in all of them.
Mr. Fain has spoken on television, in webinars, and on conference calls many times during the voluntary cruise suspension, and offered hints at what cruises starting up again will involve.
For anyone trying to piece together Royal Caribbean’s game plan, here are a few policies we can expect that Richard Fain hinted or alluded to over the last few months.