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Royal Caribbean set to make first return dock at Cozumel

Cozumel, Q.R. — Royal Caribbean has confirmed its return to the island of Cozumel for June. It will be the first cruise ship to dock at Cozumel in more than a year. The Norwegian-American cruise company, based in Miami, Florida, confirmed their June 16 arrival to the SSA Mexico International Cruise Terminal.

Royal Caribbean says it will depart the port of Nassau, Bahamas the night of June 12 with seven-day tours that will subsequently sail to the Island of Cozumel on day five and dock at the island from 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. The ship selected for this itinerary is the Adventure of the Seas, a 312-meter-long Voyager-class cruise ship with a normal capacity of up to 3,900 passengers.

“The SSA Mexico International Terminal on the Island of Cozumel, who specialize in the reception of cruise ships, has been selected as the first tourist destination for the reopening of cruise navigation to Mexico, with which we feel honored and ready to give welcome in this long-awaited return,” said Royal Caribbean.

In a statement, the company added that after its first return trip, Royal Caribbean cruises will continue to arrive weekly at the SSA Terminal in Cozumel. They said that they anticipate the gradual increase in tourist confidence to enjoy a pleasure trip with the assurance of health protocols both on ship and during excursions.

For this trip, Royal Caribbean will require that all passengers over 18 years of age be vaccinated against COVID-19 and follow health protocols, adding that collaborators of SSA Mexico have worked in coordination with authorities and the cruise line to offer visitors a quality cruise.