Was Adam Armstrong’s move a precursor to Royal Caribbean’s stake in Silversea?

Armstrong, the former md RCL Cruises Australia and New Zealand, ended months of speculation after he announced in February that he was leaving Royal Caribbean following a decade of steering the Royal Caribbean, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Club Cruises brands in the local market.


Silversea’s ceo Roberto Martinoli said Armstrong’s appointment would ‘support our ambItious plans for growth and develop closer relationships with our travel agent partners.’


Armstrong, who was not immediately available today, said in May he was ‘delighted’ to be joining Silversea at ‘such an exciting time in its long history as a leading luxury brand.’



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