Wednesday,  May 27, 2020  1:41 am

Royal Caribbean denies cancelling cruises to Puerto Rico

Royal Caribbean denies cancelling cruises to Puerto Rico
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Royal Caribbean has spoken out against a series of what it's calling "rumors" surrounding its upcoming scheduled sailings to San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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According to the Royal Caribbean Blog, n a statement that was sent out to travel agents, Royal Caribbean wrote:

"Royal Caribbean reviews and adjusts itineraries and deployments every year.

The rumors regarding cancellations of sailings departing between April 2020 – March 2021 from San Juan are incorrect. We have not cancelled any of our ships visiting or homeporting in San Juan.

Though we have not yet announced our full 2021-2022 deployments, we do expect fewer calls from San Juan for the 2021-2022 season and we will be able to provide more details once we have announced our itineraries.

No decisions regarding deployment beyond those dates have yet been made."

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