Travelers may get footloose and fancy-free on the seas. Royal Caribbean Group’s 39 cruise vessels return to service on November 1.
Royal Caribbean group consists of several brands, and they encompass different ports and markets.
The Royal Caribbean International brand plans a bullish launch in October with the addition of four vessels to its current sailing fleet of 12 ships, which resumed service in July. This line serves the UK, Mediterranean, Bahamas, Caribbean, Asia and Alaska.
The Oasis of the Seas returned on to service September 5, when it picked up passengers near New York City. The entire fleet of Royal Caribbean cruise ships will be in service in May 2022.
Royal Caribbean’s Celebrity Cruises line currently has eight ships in service. They sail to the Mediterranean, UK, Bahamas, Caribbean, Galapagos, Panama Canal and the Pacific Coast of the United States.
The Celebrity Cruises vessels in service include Apex, Edge, Silhouette, Flora, Millennium, Xpedition, Equinox and Summit. With the addition of the Panama Canal and West Coast ports, guests may travel from San Diego to the Caribbean.
TUI Cruises, based in Germany, returned six of its ships to the seas. Vessels 1 through 6 sail through the Emirates, Mediterranean and the northern ports of Europe.
Silversea Cruises currently boasts four ships in service. The Silver Origin, Silver Moon, Silver Shadow and Silver Spirit serve the Atlantic, Western Europe, Mediterranean and Galapagos.
Passengers set sail on five ships from the Hapag-Lloyd Cruises fleet. The brand plans to expand to more destinations this autumn, including the Atlantic archipelagos of the Canaries, Madeira, Cape Verde and Azores.
All guests of Royal Caribbean cruises ages 12 and older must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination. They must receive their final dose of the vaccine at least 14 days before the ship’s departure. Unvaccinated children must have proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test.