Royal Caribbean announced today that they will resume sailing in June 2021 with ports of call at Cozumel, Grand Bahama Island, and the line’s private destination, Perfect Day at CocoCay.

The 7-night sailings will take place beginning June 5th on the Adventure of the Seas, and will be available for booking on March 24th. The voyages will sail from Nassau, Bahamas, which will be Adventure of the Seas’ new homeport.

Those over the age of 18 wishing to sail must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and younger travelers must produce negative COVID test results.

The sailings will include back-to-back days at Perfect Day at CocoCay.

The European sailings that were slated for Adventure of the Seas will now not take place. Guests booked on those sailings have the option to request a refund of all funds that have been paid or may accept a 125% Future Cruise Credit to be redeemed for a future sailing.

Additional details regarding safety measures and precautions for the summer sailings will be announced in the days ahead.

If you are interested in booking one of the summer sailings out of Nassau, or have questions regarding a previously booked voyage, contact the experts at Dreams Unlimited Travel today. If you’d like to request a free, no-obligation quote, click here.

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  • Just to clarify. I spoke directly with Royal Caribbean. They are still working on vaccine protocol for those who cannot get it. They expect those people will be able to sail, likely being required to have a. What I’ve PCR test.

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