Royal Caribbean first cruise line cancel visits to Cuba
Following the Trump administration's announcement that many options to travel to Cuba will no longer be allowed, Royal Caribbean International became the first cruise line to cancel sailings.
Royal Caribbean posted on its website that is canceling scheduled stops in Cuba on June 5 and June 6.
"We are aware of the new U.S. travel restrictions to Cuba and we are analyzing the details to understand the impact to future sailings. We expect to know more within the next 24 hours and will communicate any changes as soon as we are able. In the meantime, we are adjusting the itineraries of our June 5 and June 6 sailings, which will no longer stop in Cuba. We are communicating with our guests about those changes. "
The cancellation affects Majesty of the Seas and Empress of the Seas.
All other upcoming Cuba sailings could also be affected, and Royal Caribbean promised further updates soon.