Royal Caribbean Cruises Return to Cozumel Island

The arrival of Royal Caribbean Cruises at the SSA Mexico terminal is scheduled for June 12, they will reactivate Cozumel.

On June 12, Royal Caribbean Cruises will arrive on the Island of Cozumel, as confirmed by the SSA Mexico International Cruise Terminal.

According to the statement, Royal Caribbean will depart from the port of Nassau in the Bahamas with 7-day tours.

Which include visits to their own terminal located on Perfect Day at CocoCay island and later they will sail to the Island of Cozumel.

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The ship they selected for this itinerary is the Adventure of the Seas, a Voyager-class cruise ship with a length of 312 meters.

In which 12 decks are distributed at various levels and capacity in normal conditions for up to 3,900 passengers.

It should be noted that, for this trip, Royal Caribbean Cruises will require that all passengers over the age of 18 have received the COVID-19 shot.

In addition to implementing special protocols to face the health challenge, offering a safe environment.

The return of the cruises will be with all the amenities and services that distinguish the line.

The SSA México International Terminal, on the Island of Cozumel, specialized in receiving cruise ships, has been selected for this reactivation.

As the largest port terminal operator in the country, the company has worked in coordination with the authorities and the shipping line.

In order to offer visitors the services and quality that correspond to such a happy event.

“The paradisiacal beauty of Cozumel and the warmth of its people will exceed, as always, the high expectations of our distinguished visitors.”


I am an active crew member, and passionate person for the cruise industry, I work as Assistant Waiter for Royal Caribbean, and started this project while stucked at home during the pandemic. Thank you for your support.

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