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Quantum Class Ship To Be Based In Southampton In 2020

2020 will see a Quantum Class ship be based out of Southampton for its homeport for a season.

Speaking to TTG Media,  Michael Bailey, President and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, has said there will be a Quantum Class Ship sailing out of Southampton as its homeport in 2020. 67 more words

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New Features for Mariner of the Seas in Short Cruise Market

Royal Caribbean International today announced the details of a $90 million refurbishment on the Mariner of the Seas, as she moves into the Caribbean short cruise market and is redeployed from the Asia and China market. 253 more words

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Royal Caribbean appoints regional heads of retail

Royal Caribbean International announced the appointment of Lucy Preece as the head of retail south and Vicky Billing will be leading as the head of retail north. 6 more words


Treasure of the Caribbean: Liberty Soup.

The final and the most important installment of this set of recipes (for Part 1, click here; for Part 2, click here) is unique – where else do you see a dish that symbolizes liberty? 14 more words



Finally, it’s Saturday morning, and the Adventure of the Seas is back where we started in Puerto Rico, just one week ago. It’s time to go home and, inevitably, the sense of regret and loss I always feel at the end of my trip sits as uneasily as an unwanted side order on my breakfast plate. 873 more words


Thirty years ago today, a ship unlike any other was preparing to leave the Penhoet shipyard at St. Nazaire, France. She was nothing less than the world’s first purpose built mega cruise ship, Royal Caribbean’s awe inspiring  1,162 more words

Sovereign Completes €20M+ Refit

Pullmantur’s 1988 built Sovereign has completed a €2om+ refurbishment program in Cadiz, Spain, ahead of her 2018 season.

The former Sovereign of the Seas entered the dry dock in November at the Navantia Shipyard in Cadiz, Spain, where she remained for three weeks whilst more than 1000 workers from a selection of 42 companies completed the various improvements and refreshments onboard. 144 more words

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