Cruise NewsRoyal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises Merging Accounts Into One

Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises Merging Accounts Into One

Beginning this month, Royal Caribbean is rolling out Universal Guest Accounts that will give cruisers just one login for both Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises accounts.

his one login will be good for both cruise line’s apps and websites, giving you an enhanced digital cruise experience. Royal Caribbean is putting all of your essential cruise information in one place. It will include everything you need from loyalty (Crown & Anchor) information, personalized itineraries and details, all with just one account login.

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The merger will begin to take place as early as March 7, 2018 for those who have upcoming reservations.  The merged logins are on a trial basis so they will not be rolled out to everyone at once.

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Royal Caribbean also stated that they are working on other enhancements that will be rolled out over the next few months.  Enhancements will include the ability to book “anything imaginable” from your smart phone.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Not 100% sure, but many cruise lines secure group rates by securing a large amount of cabins.and pass the discount on their customers. Through the cruise line you are technically purchasing just one room.

  2. We have been on 4 royal caribbean cruises and are going on a celebrity cruise in Aug18, probably the only one. Do we get our status on royal increased from platinum for this celebrity cruise?

  3. I’m just wondering why one travel agency can offer much cheaper cruise fares for the same cruise and same category of stateroom PLUS US$500 onboard credit? When booking directly with the Cruise company, they are not offering onboard credit and are more expensive? How can this be right?
    We’re looking at the Azamara Pursuit to South America departing 8th February 2019 Veranda Stateroom category V2.

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