Harmony of the Seas responded to an SOS emergency call from the US Coast Guard as a sailboat was in need of an assistance. The captain of the world’s largest cruise ship Gus Andersson, divert the course and headed north to take part in the search and rescue operation as the weather was getting windier. When the cruise ship reached the GPS coordinates provided by the US Coast Guard, speed boat with food and fuel was sent to the sailboat in need.
Royal Caribbean has canceled all cruise ship calls in Turkey for this year. Due to unpredictability in the country Brilliance, Rhapsody and Jewel of the Seas will not sail to Ephesus, Kusadasi in 2017. Instead, this port will be replaced with alternative destinations in the region such as Rhodes, Chania, and Mykonos in Greece. Kusadasi was the only port of call in Turkey added to Royal Caribbean 2017 cruise schedules.
Cruise vacations are the fastest growing travel sector in the world. Millions of people take a cruise each year. In 2017, 1052 cruise destinations around the world will be visited 48.333 times by 27 major cruise lines. Presented below is the cruise industry analysis divided by cruise lines. Find out where particular cruise line will deploy their cruise ships by destinations, and how many cruise ports are scheduled in 2017
The following analysis shows how many cruise destinations will be visited by Royal Caribbean Cruises entire fleet of cruise ships in 2017. Royal Caribbean Cruises statistics shows how many ports will be visited and the top destinations by the cruise company. Please note, this is unofficial statistics created by the Crew Center team and is intended for informative use only. As a base for creating this analysis, cruise itineraries provided by a third party was used.
Celebrity’s Solstice-class ship Celebrity Eclipse will sail through South America during the summer 2018 and 2019 season. The ship will visit Brazil, Chile, Uruguay and Argentina, with itineraries departing from Buenos Aires.
Royal Caribbean latest video “Living the Adventure: Royal Caribbean’s Crew Members Share Their Passions" highlights the passionate and committed crew members that brings Royal Caribbean vacations to life. This fascinating video shot on board Harmony of the Seas, honors the people who work 7 days a week for 6-8 months, each day performeing their duties flawlessly, with a smile on their face.
In a news release, under the title “Even More FlowRiders to Spread Across Royal Caribbean Fleet” the company manufacturing the surf simulators for Royal Caribbean has leaked the name of the fourth Oasis Class ship. According to FlowRider Inc, the leading manufacturer of sheet wave simulators, the next Royal Caribbean ship, currently under construction in STX shipyard in France, will be named Symphony of the Seas.