Royal Caribbean Makes Website Error
Royal Caribbean guests were thrown for a loop this past weekend when a new package called “Premier Pass” appeared on its website, then was quickly taken down.
The package was listed for $89 for the entire length of the cruise, and included things such as a bottle of champagne, Royal’s behind the scenes Inside Access tour, an officer’s lunch, unlimited internet access, one bag of laundry service, and more.
The offer was too good to be true, though, as Royal retracted the offer on Sunday, saying “the Premier Pass was listed in error and is not a Royal Caribbean product. It’s inclusive to our sister brand Celebrity.”
Refunds will automatically be processed to anyone who purchased the package.
Celebrity Cruises did previously offer the Premier Pass on select sailings prior to the shutdown.
Ketchikan Predicting Record Cruise Year
Last year, travelers from around the world flocked to Alaska after two years of next to no cruise passengers.
In fact, the port of Ketchikan saw 10 new ships and three new cruise lines for the first time.
This year, Ketchikan is predicting another record year, expecting 1.4 million cruisers, with over a quarter of guests expected to arrive at the city’s newest port, Ward Cove.
MSC Partners With Guinness World Records
MSC Cruises announced a partnership with Guinness World Records, which includes new on board programming. It’ll include a stage show modeled after the Guinness World Records TV show where guests and crew can attempt to break records.
The new programming is now available on MSC Seascape and World Europa, and will also be available on MSC Euribia when the ship debuts in June.
Any new record breakers will be verified by a Guinness World Records official and receive a certificate.
STORY: MSC Cruises Introduces New ‘Guinness World Records’ Onboard Entertainment