We seek feedback from our guests, employees and communities to inform our practices related to their health, wellbeing, safety and security, so we can continue to deliver unforgettable cruise experiences.
Royal Caribbean International’s Wonder of the Seas debuted with 43 accessible staterooms with elevators and accessible bathrooms.
completed post-cruise surveys, supporting our drive for our continuous improvement.
Our post-pandemic care model continues to improve, with Public Health Officers who help us respond to unforeseen crises and prevent outbreaks.
Award-winning Autism-Friendly Program
Designed in collaboration with travel organization Autism on the Seas™, our Autism-Friendly Program is designed to address the many needs of individuals with autism, Down syndrome and other developmental disabilities. Our autism-friendly products and services include sensory-friendly films and toys, special dietary options and staff with autism-friendly training in our youth club.Read more on page 42 of our 2022 ESG Report
State-of-the-art facilities and protocols
Already state-of-the-art prior to the pandemic, we continued to upgrade our facilities and protocols this year to provide enhanced assessment, diagnosis, care and support for severe cases of COVID-19 or COVID-like illnesses. COVID case counts continued trending lower in 2022, validating our ability to effectively manage cases without disruption.Get the details on our Blue Green Promise
Sustainability Fact Sheets
Learn more about our strategies, initiatives and approach to ESG across our business with our 2022 fact sheets.