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Bo Cerup-Simonsen, CEO of Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, leading workshop: Frameworks for Technology Collaboration
Bo Cerup-Simonsen, CEO of Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping, leading workshop: Frameworks for Technology Collaboration
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More than 70 maritime leaders from across the cruise and maritime ecosystem met earlier this week at a Decarbonization Summit hosted by Royal Caribbean Group in collaboration with the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping. From fuel providers to technology developers and shipbuilders, the Summit’s conversations focused on three key areas including, alternative fuel opportunities, challenges and emissions reduction, technology development and policy and regulation.
More than 70 maritime leaders from across the cruise and maritime ecosystem met earlier this week at a Decarbonization Summit hosted by Royal Caribbean Group in collaboration with the Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping. From fuel providers to technology developers and shipbuilders, the Summit’s conversations focused on three key areas including, alternative fuel opportunities, challenges and emissions reduction, technology development and policy and regulation.
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Keynote Address: Maritime Decarbonization: Setting the Stage for 2050 Left to Right: Dana Ritzcovan, EVP and Chief People and Outreach Officer, Royal Caribbean Group; Bo Cerup-Simonsen, CEO of Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping; Palle Laursen, EVP and Head of Marine for Royal Caribbean Group
Keynote Address: Maritime Decarbonization: Setting the Stage for 2050
Left to Right: Dana Ritzcovan, EVP and Chief People and Outreach Officer, Royal Caribbean Group; Bo Cerup-Simonsen, CEO of Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon Shipping; Palle Laursen, EVP and Head of Marine for Royal Caribbean Group
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Royal Caribbean Group, Inter Miami CF and University of Miami Team Up to Bring ‘Coral Gardening’ to South Florida Community
Royal Caribbean Group, Inter Miami CF and University of Miami Team Up to Bring ‘Coral Gardening’ to South Florida Community
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Royal Caribbean Group Introduces Loyalty Status Match Across its Brands
Royal Caribbean Group Introduces Loyalty Status Match Across its Brands
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April 2024 – Opening in 2025, Royal Caribbean’s Royal Beach Club Paradise Island will be a 17-acre slice of paradise in Nassau, The Bahamas. At the heart of the ultimate beach day experience will be the culture and people of The Bahamas, and it will feature three stunning pools, two beaches, swim-up bars, private cabanas, spots for bites and drinks, and more.
April 2024 – Opening in 2025, Royal Caribbean’s Royal Beach Club Paradise Island will be a 17-acre slice of paradise in Nassau, The Bahamas. At the heart of the ultimate beach day experience will be the culture and people of The Bahamas, and it will feature three stunning pools, two beaches, swim-up bars, private cabanas, spots for bites and drinks, and more.
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April 2024 – Opening in 2025, Royal Caribbean’s Royal Beach Club Paradise Island will be a 17-acre slice of paradise in Nassau, The Bahamas. At the heart of the ultimate beach day experience will be the culture and people of The Bahamas, and it will feature three stunning pools, two beaches, swim-up bars, private cabanas, spots for bites and drinks, and more.
April 2024 – Opening in 2025, Royal Caribbean’s Royal Beach Club Paradise Island will be a 17-acre slice of paradise in Nassau, The Bahamas. At the heart of the ultimate beach day experience will be the culture and people of The Bahamas, and it will feature three stunning pools, two beaches, swim-up bars, private cabanas, spots for bites and drinks, and more.
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April 2024 – Opening in 2025, Royal Caribbean’s Royal Beach Club Paradise Island will be a 17-acre slice of paradise in Nassau, The Bahamas. At the heart of the ultimate beach day experience will be the culture and people of The Bahamas, and it will feature three stunning pools, two beaches, swim-up bars, private cabanas, spots for bites and drinks, and more.
April 2024 – Opening in 2025, Royal Caribbean’s Royal Beach Club Paradise Island will be a 17-acre slice of paradise in Nassau, The Bahamas. At the heart of the ultimate beach day experience will be the culture and people of The Bahamas, and it will feature three stunning pools, two beaches, swim-up bars, private cabanas, spots for bites and drinks, and more.
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April 2024 – Opening in 2025, Royal Caribbean’s Royal Beach Club Paradise Island will be a 17-acre slice of paradise in Nassau, The Bahamas. At the heart of the ultimate beach day experience will be the culture and people of The Bahamas, and it will feature three stunning pools, two beaches, swim-up bars, private cabanas, spots for bites and drinks, and more.
April 2024 – Opening in 2025, Royal Caribbean’s Royal Beach Club Paradise Island will be a 17-acre slice of paradise in Nassau, The Bahamas. At the heart of the ultimate beach day experience will be the culture and people of The Bahamas, and it will feature three stunning pools, two beaches, swim-up bars, private cabanas, spots for bites and drinks, and more.
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April 2024 – Royal Caribbean and The Bahamas broke ground on the cruise line’s new Royal Beach Club Paradise Island in Nassau, The Bahamas. Opening in 2025, the first in the Royal Beach Club Collection will debut a memorable Bahamian beach day for vacationers and a unique public-private partnership in which Bahamians will own up to 49% equity.*
*Photo from left to right: Phylicia Woods-Hanna, director of investments of The Bahamas; Jay Schneider, Chief Product Innovation Officer, Royal Caribbean International; Dr. Michael Darville, minister of health and wellness of The Bahamas; Jason Liberty, president and CEO, Royal Caribbean Group; Philip Davis, prime minister of The Bahamas; Michael Bayley, president and CEO, Royal Caribbean International; I. Chester Cooper, deputy prime minister and minister of tourism, investments and aviation of The Bahamas; JoBeth Coleby-Davis, minister of energy and transport of The Bahamas; Philip Simon Jr., president and general manager, Royal Beach Club and Royal Caribbean International Bahamas; and Russell Benford, vice president of government relations – Americas, Royal Caribbean Group.
April 2024 – Royal Caribbean and The Bahamas broke ground on the cruise line’s new Royal Beach Club Paradise Island in Nassau, The Bahamas. Opening in 2025, the first in the Royal Beach Club Collection will debut a memorable Bahamian beach day for vacationers and a unique public-private partnership in which Bahamians will own up to 49% equity.* *Photo from left to right: Phylicia Woods-Hanna, director of investments of The Bahamas; Jay Schneider, Chief Product Innovation Officer, Royal Caribbean International; Dr. Michael Darville, minister of health and wellness of The Bahamas; Jason Liberty, president and CEO, Royal Caribbean Group; Philip Davis, prime minister of The Bahamas; Michael Bayley, president and CEO, Royal Caribbean International; I. Chester Cooper, deputy prime minister and minister of tourism, investments and aviation of The Bahamas; JoBeth Coleby-Davis, minister of energy and transport of The Bahamas; Philip Simon Jr., president and general manager, Royal Beach Club and Royal Caribbean International Bahamas; and Russell Benford, vice president of government relations – Americas, Royal Caribbean Group.
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Bert Hernandez, President, Silversea
Bert Hernandez, President, Silversea
Q4/FY 2023 Earnings Highlights
Q4/FY 2023 Earnings Highlights
Laura Hodges Bethge, President, Celebrity Cruises
Laura Hodges Bethge, President, Celebrity Cruises
Royal Caribbean Group Q3 Earnings Results 
Royal Caribbean Group Q3 Earnings Results 
Royal Caribbean Group Q2 2023 Earnings Highlights
Royal Caribbean Group Q2 2023 Earnings Highlights
Microwave-Assisted Pyrolysis (MAP) waste-to-energy system 
Microwave-Assisted Pyrolysis (MAP) waste-to-energy system
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Silversea Cruises' Silver Nova
Silversea Cruises' Silver Nova
Royal Caribbean International’s Icon of the Seas
Royal Caribbean International’s Icon of the Seas
SEA The Future Logo
SEA The Future Logo
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