Quantum to Join Ovation in Australia for Royal Caribbean

Royal Caribbean International is boosting its Australian presence in 2021-2022 according to local reports. The Quantum of the Seas will move from Singapore to the Down Under market, joining the Ovation and giving the brand two Quantum-class ships in the market sailing from Sydney. Those two ships are expected to be joined by the Radiance,Continue reading “Quantum to Join Ovation in Australia for Royal Caribbean”

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Royal Caribbean puts up 28 ships as collateral for $3.2bn bond

Royal Caribbean fleet fact sheet. Royal Caribbean Cruises has launched a $3.2 billion bond offering while pledging 28 of its ships and “material intellectual property” as collateral. The move followed the world’s second-largest cruise group forecasting heavy losses for the first quarter of the year as Covid-19 brought global sailings to a standstill. The companyContinue reading “Royal Caribbean puts up 28 ships as collateral for $3.2bn bond”

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Carnival Cruise bookings up 600 PERCENT

Carnival Cruise Line bookings rose 600 per cent after the company said it will resume some of its cruises in August That’s 200 per cent more bookings than this same time last year, reports a travel industry representative Customers were primarily focused on locking down reservations and getting premium deals, says an American Express travelContinue reading “Carnival Cruise bookings up 600 PERCENT”

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