Unvaccinated passengers can sail from 5 September with a negative home PCR test
Royal Caribbean has updated its Covid-19 protocols to allow more unvaccinated people to sail on their ships.
In an email to travel agents, Royal Caribbean said: "The time has come for us to welcome all adventurers back onboard."
A statement, released by the Line went on to say that the change in protocols is "to more closely align with the broader travel industry".
From 5 September 2022, all travellers, regardless of vaccination status, can cruise as long as they meet testing requirements to board.
Vaccinated guests won’t have to take a pre-cruise test on itineraries that are shorter than 10 nights.
Unvaccinated guests, aged five and above, will need to test within three days before boarding. Self-administered home tests will be accepted.
Passengers who aren't up to date on their vaccinations will need to take a test onboard in order to disembark in Greece and Spain.
For more information, visit www.royalcaribbean.ae