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Royal Caribbean Shutting Down Dine-Drink-Discover Program

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The popular Dine-Drink-Discover program offered by Royal Caribbean will be shut down in 2020.

According to CruiseCritic.com, Royal Caribbean officials confirmed the Dine-Drink-Discover program would no longer be available on all Oasis-class ship sailings departing on or after January 1, 2020.

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The cruise line’s program was previously offered to passengers booking Central Park and Boardwalk balcony cabins on Oasis-class ships, and travelers who already booked the Dine-Drink-Discover perk on sailings before December 31 remain unaffected.

As for passengers who purchased the program for sailings between January 1, 2020, and April 2021, they will receive a $50 nonrefundable onboard credit per stateroom.

Officials from Royal Caribbean released a statement on the change to Cruise Critic:

Royal Caribbean International’s Dine-Drink-Discover program will be discontinued on sailings departing on or after January 1, 2020. The cruise line continually makes enhancements to its robust lineup of experiences and amenities, and that includes the introduction of new offerings and the departure of others.

The departure of Dine-Drink-Discover is a result of careful consideration and our guests’ feedback, including insights from research conducted to further anticipate what travelers value most in their vacations.

Royal Caribbean is communicating the update and compensation information to guests and travel advisors beginning September 18.

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