New Covid Test Guidelines from Royal Caribbean Cruise Line

by Nov 2, 2022

Royal Caribbean Odyssey of the Seas sailing toward the horizon at sunset

More big news in the cruising world! Royal Caribbean Cruise Line already announced their decision to welcome all guests, regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status. Now, effective immediately, travelers on most United States, Barbados, and Singapore sailings will no longer require pre-departure testing.

Here are the updated requirements for U.S., Barbados, and Singapore:

Vaccination Recommended:

  • We recommend that all travelers be fully vaccinated and boostered against COVID-19. While vaccination is not required, we kindly ask guests disclose their status during check-in.

Testing:

  • Effective November 2, 2022, all travelers – regardless of vaccination status – will no longer require pre-departure testing (excluding sailings to Colombia, Haiti, Honduras, Transatlantic and Australia sailings)
  • The Barbados Customs and Immigration form is no longer required for entry into Barbados.

U.S. & Barbados Departures Visiting Colombia, Haiti, & Honduras:

  • Pre-cruise: All unvaccinated guests ages 12 years and older must present a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 3 days prior to sailing. Fully vaccinated guests and guests ages 11 years and younger are exempt from this test.
Ready to set sail with Royal Caribbean Cruise Line?

Contact your Key to the World Travel advisor today, or send us a Quote Request so we can get started planning your cruise of a lifetime!