Tagged: Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.





Royal Caribbean have repatriated 95% of its crew members

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (logo)Royal Caribbean has been diligently working on getting its crew members home, and reported on Wednesday that it has repatriated 95% of its crew members. Royal Caribbean Senior Vice President of Sales and Trade Support & Service Vicki Freed told travel agents in her weekly webinar that among its corporate brands, Royal Caribbean has repatriated 95% of its crew members so far, and that number will climb to 97% by July 15. (royalcaribbeanblog.com)

Royal Caribbean executives agree to the CDC’s terms for disembarking crew stuck on ships

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (logo)Royal Caribbean Cruises crew members who have felt imprisoned on cruise ships during a standoff between the company and the CDC might soon be emancipated, according to letters sent to employees Sunday from the CEOs of Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises obtained by the Miami Herald. (miamiherald.com)

Azamara President And CEO Larry Pimentel Resigns

Azamara (Logo)Azamara president and CEO Larry Pimentel resigned on Wednesday. His resignation came among the announcement that Azamara parent company Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL), according to Reuters, laid off or furloughed 26 percent of its workforce in the U.S.—that number equates to about 1,300 of its 5,000-plus employees. (travelagentcentral.com)



Royal Caribbean Asks for Delay in Building New Galveston Terminal

Galveston and Royal Caribbean Sign Long-Term Agreement for New TerminalThe financial hits from COVID-19 just keep on coming, as cruise companies are now slashing expenses by delaying the start of major projects. Late Friday, Rodger Rees, port director, Port of Galveston, Texas, informed the Wharves Board of Trustees that Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL) had requested a year-long extension before it begins construction on a new $100 million cruise terminal at the Port of Galveston’s Pier 10. (travelagentcentral.com)



Adam Goldstein Out at Royal Caribbean Cruises

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (logo)Adam Goldstein is no longer with Royal Caribbean Cruises. The company did not elaborate on the reason for Goldstein’s departure. “Adam Goldstein has made countless contributions to our company since the day he came to RCL in 1988. Adam worked his way up through various roles at the company to eventually serve as president and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, president and COO of RCL, and most recently as vice chairman,” the company said, in a statement. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

Royal Caribbean Sets 2025 Target

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (logo)Royal Caribbean Cruises Chairman and CEO Richard Fain outlined the new company’s new 20 by 25 program on today’s 2019 year-end and Q4 earnings call, targeting $20 earnings per share by 2025. 2019 was the company’s 11th consecutive year of yield growth, which was attributed partially to new hardware, onboard revenue and cost control. (cruiseindustrynews.com)

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