After the extensive damage at the Freeport, Bahamas shipyard caused by the Hurricane Mathew, Royal Caribbean announced that the refurbishment of Adventure of the Seas will be delayed. Unfortunately the shipyard was not able to complete everything that was planned for the remodeling of the Adventure of the Seas as it was announced several weeks ago. However, the vessel will exit the shipyard as planed on November 14, 2016.
The Cruise Line Royal Caribbean International was awarded “Gay Travel Approved” by the Global LGBTQ Company GayTravel.com. This is the first and only cruise company to receive the sought-after distinction of Gay Travel Approved ℠ . The award is reserved for selected travel companies that offer safe and welcoming environment for LGBT travelers.
Royal Caribbean is proud to announce the three finalists of Royal Caribbean’s search for South Florida hometown hero in education. You are invited to vote for this three inspiring ambassadors of education and vote for the future Harmony of the Seas Godmother with most positive influence on South Florida’s youth.
The headaches for cruise lines, ports and passengers is going to be enormous over the next few days. Below is a list of cruise ships that are affected today and the following days by Hurricane Matthew. Wishing the best for all of you in the storms path.
Royal Caribbean Allure Of The Seas At Sea - Was Falmouth - Storm Deviation 10/5/2016
Royal Caribbean cruise ship, Empress of the Seas will not be able to dock in Miami due to precaution measures implemented by the port authorities. The cruise capital will be closed to all vessels from Wednesday, October 5, as Hurricane Matthew looming on Florida. The Miami Port will close all marine traffic until further notice. Scheduled arrival on Thursday of Royal Caribbean Empress of the Seas will be delayed, and the cruise ship is expected to dock on Friday. Boarding on Friday will take place as soon as the ship receives green light from Port Miami authorities.
Royal Caribbean Cruises is operating a training facility in Maragondon Cavite, Philippines, managed by PHILCAMSAT - Philippine Center for Advanced Maritime Simulation and Training. The company currently employs around 11.000 Filipino crew members working on board the world’s largest cruise ships and plans to hire up to 30.000 Pinoy crew in the following years. Therefore Royal Caribbean is investing in state-of-the-art training facility in Maragondon Cavite.
This mystery box was loaded on the Royal Caribbean cruise ship Independence of the Seas in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on a 4-day voyage with stop in Grand Turk before returning with a new owner. Inside the box was a custom made motorcycle, presented as a ruffle grand price. The award-winning visionary and builder behind Deadwood Choppers Kustom Motorcycles, Mr. Jack Fiorvante, donated this custom build motorcycle.