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Hackers Target Royal Caribbean Crew Members Salary @ Sea Online Accounts

Feb 03, 2018

Crew members working for Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. have received a Facebook message by fake accounts urging them to check for a bonus on their Salary @ Sea online payment system account. The message contains a link which once you click on it hackers have access to your account and can withdraw money or change your PIN.

Shameful Verdict For The Most Brutal Murder Of A Crew Member

Feb 01, 2018

Yesterday, January 31, 2018, Kralendijk court of law sentenced the killer of the Royal Caribbean Crew Member, Adriana Morales De Florencio, to 17 years in prison, report news outlets from the small Caribbean island of Bonaire.

The Details About Royal Caribbean Bonus Distribution Among the Crew

Jan 27, 2018

Last year was exceptional for Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Revenues reached a record figure of 8.78 billion dollars (+ 3.3%), while the operating profit was 1.7 billions of dollars (+ 18.1%) and net profit 1.62 billion dollars (26.6%). This is the best performance for the cruise colossus that manages the Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Azamara Club Cruises, Tui Cruises and SkySea Cruise Line joint ventures.

All Royal Caribbean Employees To Receive Bonus Payments

Jan 24, 2018

After an exceptional record-setting year Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has decided to reward each of their shoreside and onboard employees with a share of the profit. Some 66,000 employees will be financially rewarded with a total amount of $80 million.

Joel Taylor, Discovery Channel “Storm Chasers” Star Dies on Harmony of the Seas

Jan 24, 2018

Discovery Channel’s star from the popular show “Storm Chasers” Joel Taylor died while vacationing aboard the Royal Caribbean cruise ship Harmony of the Seas. Taylor died on Tuesday and it appears the death could be an overdose.

Letter By A Crew Member - Thank You, Your Services Are No Longer Needed

Jan 22, 2018

My name is Tonggo Sibaran #655089 #LASM. I was working for Royal Caribbean International since June 12, 2012, before leaving the ship on December 8, 2016, for a medical reason. So far the company was treating me well until March 2017 and noticed that lately since the company had no more responsible for my treatment which I have accepted and dealing with my own case.

World's largest cruise ship, Symphony of the Seas to begin sea trials

Jan 19, 2018

Royal Caribbean newest cruise ship Symphony of the Seas is ready for its first sea voyage. The world’s largest cruise ship will set sail tomorrow, January 20, for its first sea trials off the coast of Brittany. The youngest ship of the Oasis class will undergo numerous tests by STX France's Saint-Nazaire shipyard to check the complete technology on board, starting with the machines, through the stabilizers, navigation device on the bridge.

Bitcoin millionaires set sail on exclusive cruise on Mariner of the Seas

Jan 19, 2018

On Monday, a group of 600 cryptocurrency fans set sail onboard Mariner of the Seas for a 4 Night Penang & Phuket cruise departing from Singapore. The group consisted largely of young men, many of whom have become super rich as the price for bitcoins and other digital tokens skyrocketed in 2017.

Prosecutor requests 22 years' sentence for the killer of Royal Caribbean crew member

Jan 12, 2018

The Public Prosecutor's Office in charge of the islands of Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba, requested 22 years in prison for the killer of the Royal Caribbean crew member Adriana Morales de Florencio. Public Prosecutor has proved that Raysley S. is the executor of the murder of the 23-year-old woman from Puebla (Mexico) that happen in April, 2017 on the island of Bonaire.

Anthem of the Seas barely passes USPH inspection

Jan 08, 2018

The cruise ship Anthem of the Seas barely passed the recent USPH Inspection. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Inspectors boarded the vessel on January 2, at Port Canaveral, Florida, and found several violations. The ship was eventually given 86 points which is only one point of failing the inspection (an 85 or lower score on the CDC's 100-point inspection scale is considered failing grade).

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