As you may be aware, the U.S. government has enacted new restrictions on travel to Cuba. As a result, Oceania Cruises must adjust itineraries to remove all Cuban ports of call.
A new Caribbean itinerary for this sailing is currently being developed, and we plan to provide details to you next week. The new itinerary will feature new destinations and experiences, as well as a significant reduction in the cruise fare (up to 40%). Should you elect to cancel your cruise entirely after reviewing the new itinerary, a full refund of the cruise fare will be provided.
Any shore excursions already purchased for Cuban ports of call, as well as Cuban Visa fees, will automatically be refunded.
船会社によって違うかもしれませんが、ロイヤルカリビアンによるとクルーズ中は禁止です。↓Can guests bring drones onboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship?↓Yes. Guests are welcome to bring drones on their cruise for use on land only and outside of the por......
Can guests bring drones onboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship?
Yes. Guests are welcome to bring drones on their cruise for use on land only and outside of the port area. However, drones are not to be operated onboard the ship at any time, nor on Royal Caribbean’s private destinations: Perfect Day at CocoCay, Bahamas or Labadee, Haiti.
While onboard, drones must be stored safely in the stateroom. Drones used on the ship will be confiscated until the end of the cruise. A Guest Conduct Policy warning will be issued and guests may be subject to disembarkation at their own expense for onboard drone usage.
Guests assume full responsibility for understanding all local authority rules related to drone usage and for obtaining any required permissions for drone operations. Different countries may have different rules. Any liability, including environmental damage from drone usage is the guest's responsibility. Royal Caribbean assumes no liability for guest drones that may be confiscated by local authorities for violating local laws or for any accident or injury resulting from a guest drone flight.