Royal Caribbean Makes a Big Money Change Customers Will Love

During the pandemic, canceled cruises took place from March 2020 well into the summer of 2021. Even though some cruise ships returned in July 2021, the entire Royal Caribbean International (RCL) fleet had not returned, so cancellations remained common.

Even during the darkest days, when the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) banned cruising and refused to work with the cruise industry on a return, cruise lines continued to sell future sailings. They did that to keep a little cash in, and at least have some booked passengers when they were actually allowed to sail again.


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