Since its founding in 1969, Royal Caribbean International has consistently reinvented cruise travel and is renowned for fostering innovation at sea. Each each ship class pushes the boundaries of what is practical for a cruise ship in terms of architecture. The world’s largest cruise line has introduced numerous “firsts” on board, including rock climbing, ice skating, and surfing at sea, to pique the interest of both daring and family travellers. Throughout, passengers experience the welcoming and engaging service of Royal Caribbean while sailing on interesting itineraries to some of the most well-known locations on earth.
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In order to allow customers to use their cellphones while travelling, Royal Caribbean collaborates with the majority of cellular providers who offer the "cellular at sea" programme. However, each service provider may impose data and roaming fees depending on the usage. It is best to speak with your service provider before your cruise to obtain additional information, including fee specifics.
As an alternative, you can activate Wi-Fi while your phone is in aeroplane mode. To access the internet, you'll need to purchase a Wi-Fi plan, but once you are, you can use all of your apps and make Wi-Fi phone calls just like you would at home.
Beer and hard liquor are not permitted onboard, although each cabin is allowed two 750 ml bottles of wine or champagne. Bottles must be transported in the passenger's carry-on luggage and are only permitted on the first day of the trip. If passengers choose to drink these bottles outside of their stateroom, there will be a corkage cost.
On the day of embarkation, passengers are allowed to carry up to 12 standard (17-ounce) cans, bottles, or cartons of nonalcoholic beverages onboard per cabin.
Milk and distilled water can be taken onboard in any quantity.
This is one of the queries that Royal Caribbean receives the most. Only specific outdoor places are permitted for the use of cigarettes, cigars, e-cigarettes, and pipes. No one is allowed to smoke inside a stateroom or on a balcony. A $250 cleaning fee will be charged for breaking this rule.
Except in specified nonsmoking zones, only tobacco use is allowed in the onboard casinos. The "casino rule" has a few exceptions: Smoking is never permitted in the casino on cruise ships leaving from Australia or the UK. All areas of the casino are smoke-free on cruises leaving from China or Hong Kong.
Citizens of the United States must have a valid passport or an official copy of their birth certificate (not a photocopy) in order to travel on cruises that begin and conclude in U.S. ports. They also require a government-issued photo ID, such as a driver's licence.
On Royal Caribbean cruise ships, in-cabin babysitting is not offered; instead, passengers may leave their children during the day in the Adventure Ocean kids' club of the cruise company. The "Late Night Party Zone" group babysitting service is available for children to use for a fee and is offered for parents of children ages 3 to 11.