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Royal Caribbean Post Roundup: October 30, 2022

ByStephanie M. Akbar

Oct 30, 2022

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Happy (almost) Halloween! I don’t have any bad Halloween-themed puns to include here, just the latest Royal Caribbean news to catch up on before you hit the neighborhood for some candy.

You can now book a cabin on Royal Caribbean’s next new cruise ship.

Icon of the Seas cruises from Miami are now available for booking on the Royal Caribbean website.

It seems that the maiden voyage at the end of January 2024 is already sold out, but you can book other cruises until April 2025.

Icon of the Seas will sail year-round on a 7-night Eastern and Western Caribbean vacation from Miami. Each cruise will visit Royal Caribbean’s private island destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay, in the Bahamas.

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Royal Caribbean Blog Podcast

One of the most frequently asked questions is whether someone who has only done big ships will appreciate a smaller ship.

This week’s podcast episode is a dive into what you need to know to venture away from Royal Caribbean’s larger ships and try a small ship.

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: 30 do’s and don’ts for the first day of your cruise

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’re sharing our latest video — 30 do’s and don’ts for the first day of your cruise — and don’t forget to subscribe here.

Is the Allure of the Seas the “worst” Oasis-class ship?

Allure of the Seas is the only Oasis-class cruise ship that doesn’t have slides, the Ultimate Abyss, and many other ship-wide upgrades, so does that make Allure a bad choice?

There are often comments posted online about how Allure of the Seas feels outdated, so is that really the case?

Jenna sailed Allure of the Seas to see for herself how the ship stacks up.

Secret areas reserved for the crew on a cruise ship

Have you ever wondered what the crew areas of a crew ship look like?

Guests are never allowed into these areas of the ship, which leaves many wondering what it’s like there.

Bryan James is working on Wonder of the Seas and shared a look at what his cabin and crew’s restaurants, laundry and shops are like.

How to communicate with other friends and family while on your cruise

Whether your children, siblings, friends or neighbors are on the same cruise as you, it will be necessary to send a message on a ship. So what’s the best way to communicate with someone on a cruise ship?

We have a list of common and useful ways to easily contact someone, each method having its pros and cons.

How to Plan a Royal Caribbean Cruise on Any Budget

Royal Caribbean cruises are affordable vacations for guests of almost any budget, making them an attractive way to vacation.

Whether you’re doing it all, counting down to the last penny, or looking for reasonable value, there are options that should fit into any family spending plan.

Here’s an overview of tips and tricks for planning a memorable cruise vacation on a low, moderate, and high budget.

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