Good Sunday! Temperatures may be dropping, but there’s plenty of Royal Caribbean news to share. This is your weekly roundup of all Royal Caribbean news from the past week, perfectly tailored to your consumption.
Royal Caribbean shared when it will put new cruises on sale in 2024-2025.
While not complete, the initial rollout schedule gives an idea of when to expect new cruises to be booked in Alaska, Hawaii, Europe and the Caribbean.
Royal Caribbean promises that further release dates will be announced soon for the remaining 2024-2025 sailings.
Royal Caribbean News
Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast
The 475th episode of the Royal Caribbean blog podcast is out, where Matt lists things that are changing in the way you sail as you sail more often.
Cruising changes your view of the way you sail a lot, and I have a list of 5 things that I think people who sail a lot would tell first-time cruisers about how the process is changing.
Feel free to subscribe via iTunes or RSS, and head over to rate and review the podcast on iTunes if you can! We would appreciate it.
New RCB video: Where to keep Seapass card, phone and cash on a shore excursion?
Are you subscribed to the Royal Caribbean blog YouTube channel? We regularly share great videos there, all about a Royal Caribbean cruise! This week we are sharing our latest video – Where to keep Seapass card, phone and money on a shore excursion? — and don’t forget to register here.
Royal Caribbean Group reports first quarterly profit in nearly three years
Royal Caribbean released its third quarter results this week and reported positive cash flow for the first time in nearly three years.
Royal Caribbean Group posted better-than-expected earnings for the third quarter of 2022 with total revenue of $3.0 billion and net profit of $33 million.
Revenue reaching $3 billion is the highest since the third quarter of 2019.
What to expect with Royal Caribbean’s Black Friday and Cyber Monday cruise deals
As Royal Caribbean’s Black Friday sale changes from year to year, there will undoubtedly be a sale for cruise fares and add-ons.
Like so many retailers, there will be a sale after Thanksgiving to look out for and that will bring potentially higher savings.
You may be wondering how lucrative these sales will be and if it will save you any money.
Royal Caribbean targets people vacationing in Orlando
Are you a family that typically vacations on land in Orlando? Royal Caribbean wants you to go on a cruise instead.
During Royal Caribbean Group’s earnings call with investors this week, Royal Caribbean Group executives explained how Icon of the Seas was designed to lure families away from land vacations in Florida.
The ship’s new family-centric offerings are part of the cruise line’s more aggressive marketing approach to Orlando attractions.