Cruise companies are having a hard time with their large ships in port and their potential customers panicking to get on board. In this environment, Royal Caribbean wants to start a campaign to raise awareness of the safety measures adopted by the company and to this end they are going to start preparing cruises (which do not lead to any destination) to demonstrate that traveling by ship is as safe as traveling by any other means of transportation.
For this reason, the company is already recruiting volunteers over 18 years old, without previous health pathologies and who accept in writing that they are taking part in a test to check the safety of these trips. The shows and activities that are normally carried out on these boats will also be maintained, and if someone tests positive, the protocol established by the company will be carried out.
To take part in this test, all you have to do is fill in this form.
“We have many details to resolve to ensure that everyone’s experience on board is as safe and enjoyable as possible,” said Royal Caribbean. “So, although we have no dates to announce, we are excited about the interest we have received so far – we can’t wait to finally welcome our guests back on board”.
It’s time to get back to adventure. ☀️You read that right. We’re looking for guests who want to be the first back at sea. Want to learn more? Check out: https://t.co/mytdQJEyvn pic.twitter.com/pebsi1jLRP
— Royal Caribbean (@RoyalCaribbean) November 12, 2020