January 17, 2022

The Editor speaks: When cruise-lines don’t put their passengers first

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When Royal Caribbean receive a ‘gentle nudge’. You will find am article published today from Teplis Travel headed” Bahamas persuades Royal Caribbean to tone down warnings about crime”. The article says: “Dionisio D’Aguilar, minister of tourism and aviation for the island nation, told the Nassau Tribune this week that he employed “gentle nudging” to persuade […]

Bahamas persuades Royal Caribbean to tone down warnings about crime

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From Teplis Royal Caribbean Cruise Line has agreed to stop warning its cruise passengers about increased crime in Nassau and identifying parts of the city to avoid. Dionisio D’Aguilar, minister of tourism and aviation for the island nation, told the Nassau Tribune this week that he employed “gentle nudging” to persuade Royal Caribbean to drop […]

Royal Caribbean releases New Symphony of the Seas construction photos

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By EMRYS THAKKAR From Cruise Hive Royal Caribbean has released some new construction photos of the upcoming Symphony of the Seas. New construction photos have been released by Miami-based Royal Caribbean. The photos show the next world’s largest cruise ship named Symphony of the Seas at the STX shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France. We like it when the […]

EEOC disability investigation of Royal Caribbean ruled too broad

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By Judy Greenwald From Business Insurance An 11th Circuit ruling in an EEOC case against Royal Caribbean Cruises may help employers defend against overly broad agency subpoenas. A recent appeals court ruling chastising the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for issuing an overly broad and burdensome subpoena in a discrimination case is expected to help […]