Royal Caribbean Group
A cruise line headquartered in Madrid, Spain
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Royal Caribbean Group, formerly known as Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., is an American global cruise holding company incorporated in Liberia and based in Miami, Florida, US. It is the world's second-largest cruise line operator, after Carnival Corporation & plc. As of July 2020, Royal Caribbean Group fully owns four cruise lines: Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Azamara Club Cruises, and Silversea Cruises. They also hold a 50% stake in TUI Cruises and 49% stakes in Pullmantur Cruises and the now-defunct CDF Croisières de France. Previously Royal Caribbean Group also owned 50% of Island Cruises, but this was sold to TUI Travel PLC in October 2008.
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Royal Caribbean bans China, Hong Kong, Macau passport holders from ships on coronavirus fearsRoyal Caribbean Cruises Ltd said on Friday it would ban guests holding China, Hong Kong or Macau passports from boarding its ships amid concerns over the coronavirus outbreak.
Royal Caribbean warns of more cruise cancellations on coronavirus threatRoyal Caribbean Cruises Ltd on Tuesday warned of more cruise cancellations after calling off eight trips out of China through March 4 due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Royal Caribbean cancels eight China cruises on coronavirus fearsRoyal Caribbean Cruises Ltd has canceled eight cruises out of China through March 4 in response to the coronavirus outbreak in the world's second-largest economy, the company said on Tuesday.
Royal Caribbean sees profit hit after cancelling three cruises amid coronavirus outbreakRoyal Caribbean Cruises Ltd said on Wednesday its 2020 earnings would be hurt after it canceled three trips of its China-based cruise liner following discussions with health authorities over the..
Cruise operator Royal Caribbean cancels three trips on coronavirus outbreakRoyal Caribbean Cruises Ltd said on Wednesday it had canceled three trips scheduled in February, after consultation with health authorities over the spread of coronavirus that has killed more than 100..
Royal Caribbean liability for volcano deaths may turn on 'act of God' defenseRoyal Caribbean Cruises Ltd's potential liability for a deadly excursion to a volcanic island in New Zealand could hinge on whether the eruption was an unforeseeable "act of God," according to maritime..