Buffet Not Going Anywhere at Royal Caribbean

“We will continue to have a buffet at Royal Caribbean,” commented Linken D’Souza, vice president of food and beverage operations, on a recent webinar aimed at travel agents. The company’s iconic Windjammer venue, however, could look a bit different across the 26-ship Royal Caribbean International fleet. Scenarios, said D’Souza, range from employee service to individual portions toContinue reading “Buffet Not Going Anywhere at Royal Caribbean”

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Meyer Turku Announces 450 Permanent Layoffs

A cruise ship under construction at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Turku, Finland. Photo: Meyer Turku HELSINKI, April 28 (Reuters) – German shipyard Meyer Werft’s Finnish subsidiary on Tuesday started statutory talks to lay off up to 450 of its roughly 2,000 employees because of a hit to business from the coronavirus pandemic. The shipyard,Continue reading “Meyer Turku Announces 450 Permanent Layoffs”

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When Royal Caribbean Ships May Start Sailing Again

Royal Caribbean International has announced an extension of its pause of service through mid-June, also making changes to the Alaska and Canada/New England seasons. A look at the expected first sailing of each Royal Caribbean ship as the cruise industry gets back into service (all information is subject to change due to the COVID-19 crisis): Adventure ofContinue reading “When Royal Caribbean Ships May Start Sailing Again”

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