Though it is Canadian government It was firm in its decision to ban all cruise ship trips from its shores, Royal Caribbean It announced that it will not cancel any flights for Canada s Alaska. This includes cruises departing and disembarking in Canadian ports and itineraries that touch Canadian docks.
The cruise line indicated that it is working on potential options with Government of Canada And the Which. UU., Next to International Cruise Lines Association (TAGL). The announcement came as Alaska government officials described the travel ban as “unacceptable,” Cruz Hive reported.
Additionally, Royal Caribbean has requested all of its guests who are currently booked on any cruise to Alaska s Canada Keep your reserves. The line feels they will be able to secure an alternative mode of navigation for these cruises.
The company has also shifted the final payment dates for these trips to 45 days prior to the departure date, giving guests more freedom and anticipating any potential arrangements Royal Caribbean could make.
Standard payment terms require 75 days prior to the departure date for cruise holidays one to four nights and 90 days before the departure date for cruise holidays of five nights or more.
However, for travelers who decide to cancel their trip, the cruise line offers several different options to rebook their departure for a later date or get a full refund.
about Celebration of the seasAnd the Serenade of the Seas s The sunshine of the seas, Royal Caribbean Cruises is looking for options for ships to continue sailing on scheduled times.