Royal Caribbean Cruises extends cancellation policy

Travelers who cancel up to 48-hours before trip will receive full credit

Royal Caribbean Cruises has extended its cancellation policy until April 2022, allowing customers to cancel up to 48 hours before their scheduled trip, the company announced Wednesday.

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Travelers no longer able to show for their scheduled travels aboard the cruise company’s Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara ships will be credited the full cost of the fare, the company said. The policy applies to all sailing dates set in April 2022 or earlier.

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