From Royal Caribbean International
Given global public health circumstances, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd has decided to extend the suspension of sailings of their global fleet.
Royal Caribbean is working with guests to address the disruption to their vacations and expects to return to service on May 12, 2020. Due to announced port closures in Canada, Royal Caribbean expects to return service for Alaska, New England and Canada sailings on July 1, 2020.
Royal Caribbean implemented a Cruise With Confidence amended cancellation policy when the first suspension was announced earlier in the month. Today the company updated this policy to reflect a few changes offering even greater flexibility to guests.
Cruise With Confidence. Here are your options:
Royal Caribbean's Cruise With Confidence policy allows guests to cancel their bookings departing through July 31, 2020 up to 48 hours prior to their vacation start date and receive a Future Cruise Credit (FCC) worth 125% valid on sailings through December 31, 2021. Guests who don't wish to have a future cruise credit can opt for a 100% reimbursement instead. Refunds will be issued to the original form of payment. No matter what option the guest chooses, the same type of refund will apply to each guest sharing the same stateroom.
What happens next?
We understand the uncertainty of travel right now, and the financial burden this time of crisis may have weighed on you, but we are here to help. We hope you sail again. Royal Caribbean is on your side and so are we. Take some time to decide when it would be best for you to sail. Then, reach out to one of our cruise specialists for advice in selecting another cruise. In some cases, we receive additional discounts and amenities like onboard credits that we can pass on to you. Simply CLICK HERE to be connected to a Magic Family Travel cruise specialist.
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