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Shanghai surprise: Royal Caribbean to base Quantum of the Seas in China

Royal Caribbean International today announced that its newest ship, Quantum of the Seas, will make its home port in Shanghai (Baoshan), China, bringing the company’s most innovative ship to the world’s fastest-growing cruise market. The ship will reposition to…

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Royal Caribbean promotes Adam Goldstein to President and COO

Adam Goldstein has been named president and chief operating officer of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., the company announced today. Goldstein, a 25-year company veteran, had spent the previous 12 years as president and CEO of the company’s largest cruise…

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Royal Caribbean Quantum-class to introduce ‘Dynamic Dining’

Royal Caribbean International today revealed its next vision of dining at sea which will debut onboard the much anticipated Quantum-class ships. “Dynamic Dining” is a completely new culinary experience onboard Royal Caribbean that gives guests on Quantum of the…

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Royal Caribbean to base Allure of the Seas in Europe in 2015

For nearly five years, Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas, sister ships that share the title of the world’s largest and most innovative cruise ships, have captured vacationers’ imagination and taken more than two million guests to unforgettable Caribbean…

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Royal Caribbean to ban smoking on balconies

Royal Caribbean quietly revealed that it is banning smoking on balconies across the fleet (except ships sailing in Asia) starting January 1, 2014. On Royal Caribbean’s website it states the following: “After careful consideration and review of guest feedback,…

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CSI Cruise Line Edition – Get the safety facts on your favorite cruise line

On Thursday the three largest U.S-based cruise lines began voluntarily posting crime statistics on their websites. Carnival Corporation, Royal Caribbean International, and Norwegian Cruise Line posted comprehensive data regarding serious crimes committed on their ships. Crimes reported run the…

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