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From the Far East to the Eastern Caribbean: Celebrity Cruises brings THE CELEBRITY REVOLUTION to Tampa

Starting in October 2020, Celebrity Constellation will call the booming metropolitan city home NEWS PROVIDED BY Celebrity Cruises  Aug 12, 2019, 09:47 ET MIAMI, Aug. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — A revolutionary ship is coming to Port Tampa Bay, as Celebrity Cruisesunveils a brand new…

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Cruise lines increase automatic ‘gratuities’ and call them something else now

By ROSEMARY MCCLURE From LA Times To tip or not to tip, that is the question. Actually, it’s not really a question. Many large cruise lines, including Carnival, Royal Caribbean and Norwegian, add gratuities to passengers’ bills, saying the money…

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Laura B. Miller named Senior Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer for Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.

MIAMI, Jan. 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE: RCL) announced today that Laura B. Miller has been named senior vice president and chief human resources officer.  Miller joins Royal Caribbean with more than 25 years of experience implementing…

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Marriage equality isn’t quite there yet, so same-sex couples can now get married at sea

BY SHANNON CONNELLAN From Mashable Not living in a country where same-sex marriage is legal? Even though your own government isn’t recognising your civil right to marry whoever the heck you like, the sea will. Cruise ship company Celebrity Cruises…

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News of Falmouth, Jamaica’s decline is premature

From Travel Pulse Is one of the Caribbean’s busiest and most successful cruise ports losing major cruise ship calls? The answer depends in part on whom you ask. The question emerged this week after Colin Gager, Falmouth, Jamaica’s mayor, claimed in local…

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Cruise company says dredging only choice for big ships in Cairns

Nick DaltonThe Cairns Post DREDGING is the only way Royal Caribbean International will bring its larger cruise ships into the Cairns harbour. The operator has ruled out putting three of their bigger liners through computer simulations to ascertain whether they…

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From fast-food grunt to triumphant truffler

From Royal Caribbean Cruises Chef John Suley’s resume doesn’t mention where his life in food started. He was 14 and acting up the way teenagers do. His father, a lay missionary who surely knew the proverb about idle hands being…

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Broadway-themed cruise to sail in 2016 [calling in Cayman Islands]

By Rod Stafford Hagwood Broadway Theatre Cruises Broadway performers from shows such as “Wicked,” “Rent,” “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark,” “The Producers” and “42nd Street” will hit the high seas with Celebrity Cruises. The themed cruise, titled “Sailing With the…

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Why Royal Caribbean’s newest ship represents a critical test for the cruise industry

By Brian From The Daily Brian Royal Caribbean was founded 45 years ago and its first ship, the Song of Norway, embarked on its maiden voyage in 1970. Today, the company operates 41 ships across six brands — Royal Caribbean…