$14 Million for Royal Caribbean Cruises CEO Fain

Royal Caribbean Cruises reported executive compensation for a record 2019 financial year in a Friday evening SEC filing, just two days following the announcement the company was laying off approximately 26 percent of its U.S. workforce. CEO and Chairman Richard Fain saw a $14.4 million payday in 2019, mostly driven by stock awards. Fain has agreedContinue reading “$14 Million for Royal Caribbean Cruises CEO Fain”

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Europe Bookings Leading the Way for 2021 According to Cruise Planners

“While the numbers are changing daily and being closely monitored, right now, cruise departures for 2021 are leading with Europe as a top destination at 38% of the mix with a large focus on European River cruising, followed by the Caribbean making up 23% of the mix and Alaska trending with 15% according to theContinue reading “Europe Bookings Leading the Way for 2021 According to Cruise Planners”

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All-Female Bridge and Leadership Team Sets Sail on Celebrity Edge

Celebrity Edge all-female Team.  Onboard the Celebrity Edge, an all-female bridge and onboard leadership team set sail yesterday, commemorating International Women’s Day. Led by Captain Kate McCue, the first American female cruise ship captain, who was accompanied by 26 other women representing 16 different countries, the Celebrity Edge sailed out of Port Everglades and beganContinue reading “All-Female Bridge and Leadership Team Sets Sail on Celebrity Edge”

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