Royal Caribbean Group replaces the safety drill with Muster 2.0
The plan is to limit having interactions with a large group of people as to where they can go in case of an emergency and instructions on how to use a life jacket and what the emergency alert sounds like.
RCG wrote on their website that “Muster 2.0 is a new approach to delivering safety information to guests. The first-of-its kind program re-imagines the traditional safety drill, a process originally designed for large group of people, into a faster, more personal approach that encourages higher levels of safety.”
They continued, “Eliminating the gathering of large crowds, the program’s new technology Muster 2.0 will make key elements of the drill accessible to guests on an individual basis via their mobile devices and interactive state room TV, Muster 2.0 will also be among the comprehensive protocols Royal Caribbean Group is developing with Healthy Soul Panel.’’
In an interview with CNBC Television, CEO of RCG Richard Fain stated that the health and safety of their guests and crew is their number one priority.
“The development of this new muster process is an elegant solution to an outdated, unpopular process. The fact that this will also save guests time and allow the ship to operate without pause means that we can increase health, safety and guest’s satisfaction simultaneously,” said Fain.
Muster 2.0 is intended to educate and install safety measures which can help the guests with social distancing while moving around the cruise ship making their vacation a fun experience.
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