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Royal Caribbean reaches out to Haiti

Posted by Anita Dunham-Potter On January - 13 - 2010

Royal Caribbean, which has a port in northern Haiti at Labadee, said that it is developing its humanitarian relief plan and is waiting for confirmation from the Haitian government when it can return to Labadee. “We are extremely saddened to hear of the destruction in Haiti caused by the massive earthquake. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the people of Haiti and their family members,” the company said.

Royal Caribbean stated that site inspections of Labadee show no apparent damage to the line’s buildings, pier and attractions. “Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises are eager to take guests, as well as humanitarian assistance, to Haiti as soon as possible, though we are awaiting confirmation from the Haitian government on when our return is feasible.”

The following ships are scheduled to call on Labadee in the next two weeks: Independence of the Seas on Friday, January 15; Navigator of the Seas on Monday, January 18; Liberty of the Seas on Tuesday, January 19; and Celebrity Solstice on Friday, January 22.

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