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Royal Caribbean: ‘We’re exploring future projects’

Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines yesterday confirmed it “continues to explore future projects” with its interest in acquiring Freeport’s Xanadu hotel hailed as a move that can attract other investors.

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Despite failed hotel acquisition investor remains committed

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line (RCCL) remains committed to Grand Bahama through its 40 percent stake in the Grand Bahama Shipyard, despite having to step aside from the Grand Lucayan Resort acquisition.

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Royal Caribbean's PI land deals revealed

Royal Caribbean’s Bahamian attorney this week confirmed it has acquired multiple real estate parcels on Paradise Island’s western end, but declined to specify whether it is also seeking crown land. Campbell Cleare, partner at McKinney, Bancroft and

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Cruise lines remain committed to major projects

Two major cruise lines yesterday​​ spoke out to reassure The Bahamas they remained committed to major projects in the islands.

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HURRICANE DORIAN UPDATES: Seven fatalities confirmed, more deaths expected

Tuesday’s news from Abaco and Grand Bahama.

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Royal Caribbean awards scholarships to LJM Maritime Academy graduates

TWO graduates of the LJM Maritime Academy were awarded scholarships from the Royal Caribbean Cruise Line on Friday..

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Royal Caribbean targets 2/3 rise in Bahamas visitors

Royal Caribbean’s top executive yesterday said the cruise line will “bring closer” to 2m visitors to The Bahamas by 2020-2021, marking a two-thirds increase in just two to three years.Michael Bayley, Royal Caribbean International’s president and chie

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Rhapsody to replace Enchantment for Bahamas cruises

ROYAL Caribbean have announced that Rhapsody of the Seas will take over three- and four-night Bahamas cruises from Enchantment of the Seas as part of fleet changes at Port Canaveral.

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$2.7m spending boost from new cruise route

ROYAL Caribbean Cruise Lines’ new Fall 2013 route from New Orleans to Nassau could inject an extra $2.7 million in passenger spending into the Bahamas, a Ministry of Tourism official telling Tribune Business the additional calls could bring in nearly 25,000 passengers.


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