Royal Caribbean Rescues 2,500 People, Carnival Sells Cruise Ship

Royal Caribbean Rescues 2,500 People, Carnival Sells Cruise Ship

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October 17, 2023
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Cruise news today. In response to growing tensions in the Middle East, the US government-chartered Royal Caribbean Rhapsody of the Seas to evacuate Americans and their families from Israel early Monday morning. The cruise ship became a primary evacuation source with major U.S. airlines suspending flights to Tel Aviv. For 2024, Carnival Cruise Line is hiking the Faster to the Fun by $10-$20 per cabin. This benefit allows guests to get priority embarkation, debark, and tender operations. Carnival Corp's joint venture with Adora Cruises, has sold the Costa Atlantica, a Spirit class ship built in 2000. The vessel, now renamed Margaritaville at Sea Islander, and flagged in the Bahamas. Cruise line stocks for CCL, RCL, and NCLH.

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