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Royal Caribbean Post Round-Up: August 19, 2018

Welcome to this week’s edition of the Royal Caribbean post round-up, where we summarize all of the Royal Caribbean news and information from this week into one handy-dandy post! There is plenty of great content to enjoy, so sit back, relax, and enjoy this week’s round-up!

The big news this week was Royal Caribbean’s announcement that it is banning emotional support animals from its cruise ships.

The cruise said they were updating its policy to differentiate emotional support animals from service animals that are trained to perform a function for a person with a disability.  

Moving forward, emotional support animals cannot be added to existing or new reservations.  Confirmed guests who already have emotional support animals noted in their reservation will be permitted to bring the animal.


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Multiple medical emergencies aboard Royal Caribbean's 'Anthem of the Seas'

Royal Caribbean's cruise ship “Anthem of the Seas,” expected back at its homeport of Bayonne on Saturday, made a course adjustment Friday for …
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Suzana Garcia Wins Royal Caribbean Cruise to Bahamas

Suzana Garcia of Liberal wins KSCB/KLDG’s Royal Caribbean cruise for two to the Bahamas.  Here name was drawn during the station’s summer promotion finale at Broadcast Square Thursday afternoon.  She entered at all 30 plus businesses during the summer promotion.  Her winning drawing came from Keating Tractor and Equipment.  This means Keating Tractor and Equipment also wins a trip for two to the Bahamas. Suzana is pictured with her son Aaron Torres-Garcia.

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Royal Caribbean, Travel Institute collaborate on education initiative: Travel Weekly

Royal Caribbean International has teamed up with the Travel
Institute to offer agents scholarships for the Certified Travel Associate (CTA)
certification program.

Agents who have completed their master’s degree from Royal
Caribbean University are eligible to win a scholarship to participate in the
CTA program.

Royal Caribbean has committed $7,500 toward scholarships,
which the Travel Institute said will cover more than half of the cost of the
CTA program for 40 agents.

To apply for a scholarship, agents who have completed their
master’s degree from Royal Caribbean University should register for the CTA
program on the Travel Institute’s website.

Royal Caribbean University, launched one year ago, has three
tracks: the Campus Tour, Bachelor of Adventure and Master of Adventure.


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Royal Caribbean will no longer allow emotional support animals on cruises

In a recent policy change, international cruise line Royal Caribbean has announced it will not allow emotional support animals on its cruise ships effective immediately.

The cruise line said emotional support animals, also known as therapy animals, were not recognized by the Americans with Disabilities Act, according to a company statement released Wednesday.

This ruling does not effect service animals, according to the statement.

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The Americans with Disabilities Act distinguishes that emotional support animals often provide companionship, relieve loneliness and sometimes help depression, anxiety and certain phobias but have not been specially trained or certified into service.

“We are updating the policy to…

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Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (NYSE:RCL): Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (RCL) Pushes Back Against Emotional Support Pet…

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (NYSE:RCL) wants you to thoroughly enjoy your next adventure with them, but those who enlist the aid of an emotional support animal may not feel that way in the wake of a company announcement. The company has decided that the time has come to put its collective foot down.