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Royal Caribbean reveals winners of ‘Escape the Room’ incentive

Royal Caribbean has announced the winners of its ‘Escape the Room to New York’ competition.

The incentive, announced in August, ran from 4 September to the 4 October.

The top prize – for 15 agents – is an all-expenses paid, three-night holiday to New York, from 7-10 December.

Every approved booking submitted to Club Rewards provided agents with access to a virtual Escape Room, in which there were a series of challenges. An attempted escape was worth 10 points, while a successful exit from the room earned 100 points.

This week, eight agents battled it out inside a giant snow globe for the final place on the trip to New York.

Each agent was each given 60 seconds inside the globe to collect as many golden tickets as possible. The final winner was Becky Sutton.

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Agent wins final place on Royal Caribbean's New York trip

Travel consultants battled it out inside a giant snow globe at the line's Weybridge headquarters this week for the final spot Royal's all-expenses paid …
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Royal Caribbean Passenger Arrested for Attempting to Throw Partner Overboard from the Radiance of the Seas

According to ABC News in Australia, a cruise passenger was arrested after he tried to throw his partner overboard from Royal Caribbean’s Radiance of the Seas.

According to the Mercury newspaper, witnesses heard screaming followed by an emergency alarm.

The Daily Mail identified the cruise passenger as David James Fysh.  According to the Epoch Times,  a fellow passenger commented on the Tasmania Police Facebook page that the woman was covered with bruises.

The incident, which the police in the next port of call in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia called a “family violence incident,” reportedly occurred last night around 3:30 a.m. The police boarded the cruise ship this morning in Hobart, arrested a 46 year-old man from Queensland and charged him with attempted murder.

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Royal Caribbean out to woo millennials and Asians, Companies & Markets

Sat, Oct 20, 2018 – 5:50 AM


MILLENNIAL travellers the world over commonly have the idea that cruise holidays are for retirees and families with young children, but international cruise line Royal Caribbean International is keen on changing that perception.

Angie Stephen, its managing director for the Asia-Pacific, tells The Business Times: “We are trying to change the way cruising is viewed, trying to break the mould and push the boundaries on what millennial travellers can expect on cruise ships through new innovations to provide the best holiday experience for all of our guests.”

To capture millennials, Royal Caribbean invested US$120 million refurbishing the 15-year-old Miami-based Mariner of the Seas, with more rides and activities suited to younger adults and thrill-seekers.

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Royal Caribbean Faces Trial Over Fatal Fall Overboard

A jury will decide whether

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negligently served alcohol to a passenger and then botched his rescue when he fell overboard, a federal court in Florida ruled.

Nathan Skokan died in 2016 while on a five-day cruise aboard the Independence of the Seas, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida said Oct. 16.

The ruling rejected Royal Caribbean’s assertion that Skokan, who had been drinking heavily before his death, “simply chose to go…

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Royal Caribbean looks to Kansas and sees green future blowing in the wind

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