Two Royal Caribbean cruises will resume in June, ending a year-long hiatus, but passengers 18 and older must test negative for COVID-19 before getting on a ship.
The company’s Celebrity Cruises subsidiary said Friday that its Celebrity Millennium ship will relaunch on June 5 from St Maarten. One itinerary will stop in Aruba, Curacao and Barbados, and another will stop in Tortola, St Lucia and Barbados.
Royal Caribbean Group’s namesake line will start a week later with a voyage leaving from Nassau, the Bahamas on the Adventure of the Seas.
In both cases, passengers 18 and older will be required to test negative for COVID-19 within 72 hours of boarding the ship.