Here is what RCI did, which I think is much more than I would expect:
inside, oceanview and balcony guests got $650 per cabin in onboard credit. It was higher for passengers in suites but varied by suite category.
Passengers received a 10 percent future cruise credit based on the fare paid.
If a passenger needed a hotel room for Sunday and/or Monday night, RCI arranged for a complimentary hotel room for them until Tuesday morning.
RCI also provided $100 to cover meals and any other incidental costs passengers incurred while waiting for Allure to arrive at Port Everglades.
The line also covered the airline change fees — up to $150 for domestic flights and $250 for international flights — for passengers who were flying in to board Allure on Sunday. This was for all passengers, not just those that purchased air through Royal Caribbean.