Royal Caribbean or Carnival: Which Is a Better Cruise Stock?
By 2020, China's cruise market is projected to grow to 4.5 million passengers, up from 1 million in 2015, per data by the Chinese Ministry of Transport. To tap into the prospects, Royal Caribbean is directing its technologically advanced ships to the ...
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Should You Buy Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NCLH) or Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL)? – StockNewsGazette
Should You Buy Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NCLH) or Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL)?
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (NYSE:RCL), on the other hand, is up 52.47% year to date as of 12/15/2017. It currently trades at $125.09 and has returned -0.11% during the past week. Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NASDAQ:NCLH) and Royal Caribbean ...
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UB40 want to get you back to the Caribbean Lonely Planet Travel News UK reggae stars UB40 find even hurricanes can’t destroy Antigua’s Caribbean vibe The Sun Full coverageRead More »
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UB40 want to get you back to the Caribbean
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The island was left virtually untouched by the destruction of the hurricanes, yet it has still been hit by a decline in visitors. The new video wants to show the idyllic destination is still open for business. Recent research revealed that one third of ...
UK reggae stars UB40 find even hurricanes can't destroy Antigua's Caribbean vibeThe Sun
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Jamaica GleanerSteve Lyston | Our youth are not beyond redemption | News ...Jamaica GleanerDealing with the increase in criminal activities, most of which involves our youth, is not an impossible task. It is the responsibility of every leader within th...Read More »
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332 Royal Caribbean passengers fall ill with stomach virus
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More than 300 passengers on a cruise ship that docked at Port Everglades fell ill with a stomach virus. The Naples Daily News reports that the Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited's ship Independence docked Saturday in Florida reported 332 cases of gastro ...
Hundreds sick with stomach illness on Royal Caribbean cruiseBusiness Standard
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Big pleasure ships gaining popularity among Charleston tourists, but growth is limitedCharleston Post Courier
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ECLAC: Latin America And The Caribbean Should Grow 2.2% In 2018Markets Insider(RTTNews) - The economies of Latin America and the Caribbean should experience a moderate recovery in 2018, expanding 2.2% next year after recording an aver...and more &...Read More »
The View from Europe – The crucial importance of a new, regional private sector organisation – Barbados Advocate
The View from Europe - The crucial importance of a new, regional private sector organisation
A little over a week ago, private sector associations from around the Caribbean agreed to establish by June of next year a new regional body able to represent their interests authoritatively to CARICOM. The new organisation – a decision still has to be ...
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