ROYAL CARIBBEAN GROUP MODERN SLAVERY STATEMENT

Royal Caribbean Group, hereinafter “Company”, is the world’s second largest cruise company. We
wholly own and operate three global brands: Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, and
Silversea Cruises. Through these brands, the Company operates a large and diverse fleet of ships on a
selection of worldwide itineraries that call on hundreds of destinations across all seven continents.

This statement was prepared pursuant to the United Kingdom’s Modern Slavery Act of 2015 and
Australia’s Modern Slavery Act of 2018 for the financial year ending December 31, 2020. It is
published on behalf of the Company, its wholly owned global brands, and our Azamara brand which
we operated throughout 2020 and sold in the first quarter of 2021.

The statement is signed by the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Company and approved
by the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors. A signed copy of this statement is available upon
request.

Our Commitment

We endorse the principles contained in the United Nations’ (“UN”) Universal Declaration of Human
Rights and in the International Labour Organization’s (“ILO”) core conventions on labour standards,
and we pledged our support in 2019 to the UN Global LGBTI Standards of Conduct for Business. We
are committed to respecting human rights and core labour principles in our business operations, and
we approach and undertake this commitment seriously.

More information is available in our Human Rights Statement.

Our Business

We are a diverse Company doing business with equally diverse customers, suppliers, business partners,
and third parties, and we value the backgrounds and experiences brought to our Company therefrom.
Together, we foster an inclusive environment where we treat each other with respect and dignity and
in a manner consistent with the Company’s values.

We place a high priority on conducting our business in compliance with the law and in accordance
with the highest standards of business ethics. The Company’s Code of Business Conduct and Ethics
(“Code”) sets forth the Company’s values and governs the ethical and legal conduct of our employees
across our global operations, including our commitment to human rights and core labour principles
and our condemnation of human trafficking and all forms of forced and child labour. All employees
are trained on, and certify compliance with, the Code upon commencement of employment and at
regular intervals thereafter. The Code is reviewed and updated on an annual basis and is approved by
our Board of Directors. We also provide specific content training on modern slavery to targeted
employees within supply chain and other functions in the organization.

Our Supply Chain

Our supply chain consists of suppliers servicing our newbuild, shipboard hotel, marine, and human
resources operations and our general shoreside operations. We are committed to transparent
relationships with our suppliers. We act ethically and comply with the laws applicable to where we
conduct business, and we expect that our suppliers do the same in their business operations, including
their dealings with and for the Company. These expectations and requirements are stated in the
Company’s Supplier Guiding Principles and referenced in our Code and on our Internet-based supplier
portal.

Modern Slavery Statement

The Supplier Guiding Principles also state our expectation that suppliers make the same commitment
to human rights and core labour principles as we do by providing a safe and healthy workplace for
their employees, prohibiting all forms of forced and child labour, ensuring compliance with applicable
wage and hour laws, promoting a diverse workplace free from harassment, discrimination, and abuse,
and respecting legal rights on freedom of association and collective bargaining. Our purchase order
terms and conditions with suppliers incorporate these expectations and reserve our right to inspect and
audit records related to the supplier relationship to ensure obligations have been/are being met. We use
a risk-based approach to manage our supplier relationships, including due diligence and internal
processes, procedures, and controls. Periodic risk assessments of our business operations guide this
approach.

COVID-19 Impacts

The health, safety, and security of our shoreside employees, crewmembers, and guests is paramount.
With the global spread of the virus, our shoreside employees began working remotely. We also
implemented additional health measures, including isolation and quarantine measures, across our fleet
and worked with our global supply chain to procure related medical supplies, including additional
personal protective equipment and virus testing kits, to ensure the health of our crewmembers and
guests.

As we suspended vessel operations, we were tasked with the safe repatriation of tens of thousands of
crewmembers and guests to their home countries — a large scaled effort as countries began closing
their borders. The refocus of operations to repatriation and the continued supply of the vessels involved
the input and coordination of several departments of the Company and significant support from our
suppliers.

Currently, our efforts are focused on the healthy return to our facilities and the healthy return to service
of our vessels. Similar to the repatriation effort, this has involved several departments of the Company
and significant support from our suppliers, including the adoption of new processes and procedures
and the sourcing and procurement of related health and safety related supplies.
Throughout the pandemic, the continued mental and physical health of our shoreside employees and
crewmembers remained a priority. To this end, we’ve maintained routine communication to and
dialogue among our workforce, worked with seafarers’ unions representing our crewmembers
regarding pandemic-related disruptions in employment, and made available certain health-related
resources.

Group Structure

We operate in the U.K. through RCL Cruises Ltd., and in Australia through a branch office of the same.
We acquired a 66.7% equity stake in Silversea Cruises in July 2018 and acquired the remaining stake
in July 2020. Silversea Cruises operates in Australia through Silversea Cruises Australia Pty. Ltd. and
is in the process of integrating their supply chain and associated processes and procedures as above.

Modern Slavery Statement Reporting

We encourage employees and suppliers to report known or suspected illegal and unethical conduct or
activities to certain designated contacts, including our Global Compliance and Ethics Group or through
the Company’s Compliance and Ethics AWARE (“Address Wrongdoing As Responsible Employees”)
Hotline, which is accessible by phone or the Internet, 24 hours/day, 7 days/week. More information
about the Company’s Compliance and Ethics AWARE Hotline can be found in Our Code, Supplier
Guiding Principles, our corporate website, and at rclaware.ethicspoint.com. Reports are reviewed, and
investigations and actions are taken when appropriate.

The above processes are periodically reviewed and/or updated to ensure they remain appropriate and
effective.

Download the Modern Slavery Act Statement