Royal Caribbean Restarting All-Access Tours
Royal Caribbean’s All-Access Tour is coming back. The below-deck-experience take guests to crew-only areas that showcase the main galley, provision area, engine control room, laundry facilities, the bridge, and more.
If you want to take a look, the All-Access Tour can be reserved through the Cruise Planner, the Shore Excursions desk, or at Guest Relations. Prior to the industry shutdown, these tours were $150 per person.
Carnival Cruise Line has not yet brought back its Behind the Fun Tour.
Carnival Details Miami-Inspired Cocktails on Carnival Celebration
Carnival has revealed some of the cocktails that will be available in the Miami-themed zone on its upcoming ship Carnival Celebration.
Bar 820 will feature several tropical martinis along with other south Florida-inspired drinks, including those that use liquor from a local distillery. Three of them are Mango 305, Flamingo, and Key Lime Pie. The line also shared the recipes for all three.
Carnival Celebration is scheduled to begin sailing Caribbean cruises from Miami starting November 21.
Trackhouse Racing and Princess to Give Away Free Cruises
NASCAR’s Trackhouse Racing team and Princess Cruises are continuing their partnership by providing race fans the opportunity to win a free cruise.
10 people will win a seven-night cruise if either of the team’s drivers — Daniel Suárez or Ross Chastain — score a top-10 finish in any of this year’s playoff races.
Princess Cruises served as the primary sponsor of Suárez’s Camaro at the Watkins Glen International race on August 21, and will again at the Miami race in October.