Cruise Radio News Briefs — March 22, 2021 [VIDEO]

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Royal Caribbean to Sail From Bahamas

Royal Caribbean has announced that it will be launching roundtrip cruises from Nassau, Bahamas beginning this June. 

Adventure of the Seas will sail a series of seven-night voyages from the port, including some that include two consecutive days docked at Royal’s private island, Perfect Day at CocoCay.

All crew and adult passengers must be vaccinated, while those under 18 will need to present a negative PCR test before boarding.

STORY: Royal Caribbean to Start Sailing From Bahamas In June 2021

Celebrity to Sail From St. Maarten

And along the same vein, Celebrity Millennium is set to launch roundtrip Caribbean cruises from St. Maarten on June 5.

The vessel will operate two itineraries, one stopping in Aruba, Barbados, and Curaçao, and the second visiting St. Lucia, Barbados, and Tortola.

Like Royal Caribbean, all crew and adult passengers will need to be vaccinated, and kids under 18 must present a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours of embarkation to sail.

STORY: Celebrity Cruises Announces June 5 Restart from St. Maarten

Azamara Announces New Name of Recently Acquired Ship

Azamara has officially renamed the former Pacific Princess, which it acquired from Princess Cruises back in January.

The vessel was officially handed over to her new cruise line on March 15, and has been renamed Azamara Onward.

Soon, the ship will undergo an extensive renovation to reflect the Azamara brand. Onward is scheduled to sail her inaugural season in Europe next year.

STORY: Azamara Names Former Princess Cruises Ship

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