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Royal Caribbean Group Provides Business Update And Reports On First Quarter 2021
Royal Caribbean Group Says CEO Richard D. Fain’S FY 2020 Total Compensation Was $12.1 Million Versus $14.4 Million In FY 2019 - SEC Filing
Royal Caribbean Group Responds To CDC's New Framework For Conditional Sailing Order
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd is a cruise company. The Company is an owner and operator of three global cruise vacation brands, which includes Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Silversea Cruises. The Company also own joint venture interest in the TUI Cruises and Hapag-Lloyd Cruises. Its brands operate approximately 58 ships with an additional 15 on order. Royal Caribbean International offers a range of itineraries to the destinations, including Alaska, Asia, Australia, Bahamas, Bermuda, Canada, the Caribbean, Europe, the Panama Canal and New Zealand, with cruise lengths ranging from two to 24 nights.
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Richard D. Fain
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer
Jason T. Liberty
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
Michael W. Bayley
President and Chief Executive Officer of Royal Caribbean International
President and Chief Executive Officer of Celebrity Cruises
President and Chief Executive Officer - Azamara Club Cruises
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Royal Caribbean Group said on Thursday it was aiming to restart its U.S. cruises in July after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued new measures to speed up approvals, sending its shares up 2.5%.
Royal Caribbean Group reported an adjusted loss of $1.1 billion for the first quarter on Thursday, as a U.S. ban on cruises and limited sailings outside due to the COVID-19 pandemic hammered the company's business.
Some of Royal Caribbean Group's cruises will resume sailing in the Caribbean in June with vaccinated adult guests, ending a year-long hiatus brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Royal Caribbean Group's divisions said on Friday they would resume sailing in the Caribbean in June for the first time in a year after the COVID-19 pandemic brought the cruise industry to a virtual standstill.
Royal Caribbean Group said on Monday it was seeing an uptick in future bookings, following a disastrous year for the cruise operator, as travel enthusiasts look to sail again at a time governments globally have started mass vaccinations.
Royal Caribbean Group reported a billion-dollar net loss for the fourth straight quarter on Monday, as the cruise operator continued to be affected by a coronavirus-triggered halt to voyages.
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd said on Thursday it has been restricted from paying cash dividends and buying back shares until the third quarter of 2022, as part of modifications to covenants of certain loan agreements.
Royal Caribbean Group said it would sell its Azamara line to private equity firm Sycamore Partners for $201 million in cash, to focus more on its bigger brands as the cruise operator deals with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A suspected COVID-19 case aboard a "cruise-to-nowhere" from Singapore which forced the ship to return to dock and nearly 1,700 guests to isolate was a false alarm, the government said on Thursday.
A passenger who tested positive for COVID-19 aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise from Singapore, forcing the ship to return to dock and hundreds of guests to isolate, has been found not to have the virus, Singapore's health ministry said on Thursday.
A Royal Caribbean "cruise-to-nowhere" from Singapore began disembarking its nearly 1,700 passengers who were confined to their cabins for more than 16 hours on Wednesday after a COVID-19 case was detected onboard, forcing the ship back to port.
(This Nov. 2 story corrects headline to add "most" and paragraph 1 to add "excluding sailings from Singapore")
Cruise operator Royal Caribbean Group's revenue turned negative for the first time and it posted a billion-dollar net loss for the third straight quarter, underlining the impact of prolonged suspension of voyages due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Royal Caribbean Group reported a net loss for the third straight quarter on Thursday, as the cruise operator suffered from a COVID-19-driven halt to voyages.
Royal Caribbean Cruises has been hit with a proposed class action in Miami federal court over allegations that the company failed to disclose decreased bookings due to the global pandemic early in the year and oversold its ability to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus...
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd <RCL.N> has extended suspension of sailings until Nov. 30, excluding those originating from Hong Kong, the U.S. cruise operator said on Tuesday, as the COVID-19 crisis hurts demand for voyages.
* ROYAL CARIBBEAN GROUP SAYS WILL BE EXTENDING THE SUSPENSION OF SAILINGS TO INCLUDE THOSE DEPARTING ON OR BEFORE NOVEMBER 30, 2020 Source : https://bit.ly/36CEVpi
A panel set up by Royal Caribbean Group and Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd said on Monday it had submitted a report to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) detailing health and safety protocols, hoping to set sail again after a long halt due to the...
Royal Caribbean Group <RCL.N> said on Monday testing passengers for COVID-19 was "very likely" going to be part of a new set of safety measures planned to get its ships to resume sailing after months of being docked.
Royal Caribbean Group reported a quarterly net loss on Monday, as the cruise operator suffered from a coronavirus-driven halt to sailings that is now on course to last deep into the second half of 2020.
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