Royal Caribbean Group released its 14th annual sustainability report, providing a comprehensive update on the company’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) framework and activities across its three wholly owned brands: Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Silversea Cruises.
Royal Caribbean has posted a $1.2bn first quarter loss but said the surge in booking volumes should facilitate profitability in the second half of 2022.
Almost 2,000 jobs will be up for grabs for Barbadians very soon. The announcement was made this week by Minister of Tourism and International Transport, Senator the Hon. Lisa Cummins, during a recent press conference at Seatrade Cruise Global Conference in Miami, Florida.
Royal Caribbean has begun construction on the sixth ship in Oasis Class in Saint-Nazaire, France. Utopia of the Seas is scheduled to enter service in spring 2024.
Singaporeans can set their sights on adventure with the arrival of Royal Caribbean International’s Spectrum of the Seas. In celebration of Asia’s most innovative, action-packed ship calling Singapore home, the cruise line has extended Spectrum’s first season in the region for a full year through to April 2023.
The next of the Oasis-class, the vessel debuts adventures for all ages across thrills, entertainment dining and nightlife on March 4th, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Royal Caribbean International has confirmed it will cancel voyages on four ships over the coming months due to “ongoing Covid-19-related circumstances around the world”.
Richard Fain will step down as Royal Caribbean Group chief executive early next year after more than three decades at the helm of the company. He will be replaced by chief financial officer, Jason Liberty.
Royal Caribbean has launched a new video, allowing guests to take a whistle-stop tour of new vessel Odyssey of the Seas. Take a look above for an exclusive timelapse of the ship, showcasing a combination of thrilling new adventures and signature experiences.