Covid 19 Update

LLYMI Cruise Health & Safety Information

View Royal Caribbean's Commitment to Safe Sailing

Our Return to Sailing

We look forward to the 2022 Love Like You Mean It Cruise and being back on that beautiful, blue ocean with you. As cruising has begun again with new protocols and safety measures, we want to assure you that your health and safety are important to us. It is a requirement by the Bahamas and a number of other Caribbean island nations to be fully vaccinated with one of the approved Covid vaccines. You must receive your final dose at least 14 days prior to sailing. More information about the cruise line's Covid protocols can be found on their website and include:

  • Requirement for all passengers to be fully vaccinated
  • Details about the required negative covid test needed within two prior to boarding the ship
  • Details about the various cleaning protocols now being taken on the ship

Cruise lines have been leading the way with their advanced measures to ensure passenger's safety. Keeping their cruise guests healthy has always been an intense focus of the cruise lines, and staffed modern medical facilities onboard are continuing to be expanded to focus on all their guests' well-being.

Although a lot can change, we will continue to keep you informed of new safety measures and cruise requirements. But, the one thing we can assure you of is that we can't wait to see you in 2022!

Book with Confidence

We anticipate sailing together in 2022, but in these uncertain times, we want to put your mind at ease that if we would have to reschedule or cancel the 2022 Love Like You Mean It Cruise, we want you to know your options.

Please review our Terms and Conditions for information about our cancellation policy. We highly encourage you to purchase travel insurance and explore their options as there are stipulations regarding Covid-19 and what they will cover. If you have any questions regarding our cancellation policy or travel insurance, please contact our reservation team at