Royal Caribbean Returns to 100% Occupancy on Some Cruises

Royal Caribbean International has already operated two sailings at 100 per cent occupancy, meaning that the ships set sail with at least two guests in each stateroom, says Cruise Industry News. “We have ships now sailing at 100% and we've had ships sail at 100% now for several weeks out of the Caribbean,” said Michel Bayley, president and CEO of Royal Caribbean International at the company’s Q1 earnings call on 05MAY.

Bayley said that the cruise line is expecting to see “a significant percentage” of ships sailing at full capacity or greater heading into Memorial Day weekend (28-30MAY). He added that Royal Caribbean’s ships in North America would have the strongest occupancy levels.

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