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TUI agrees to sell 50% stake in Hapag-Lloyd Cruises to Royal Caribbean

TUI Group announced that it has signed an agreement to sell a 50% stake in cruise line Hapag-Lloyd Cruises to Royal Caribbean. The former TUI Group subsidiary will be integrated into the TUI Cruises joint venture, a structure having been established by TUI and Royal Caribbean since 2008. The closing of the transaction is expected for this summer. 

Infographic: Royal Caribbean’s 5 keys to healthy cruising

The cruise industry is making changes to its schedules and voyages trying to deal with the Coronavirus outbreak and protect its passengers and crew onboard. Thus, Royal Caribbean presents five key steps for a healthy cruising experience.

RCCL inks agreement with SGS on repair services

Subsea Global Solutions (SGS) shake hands with its long term client Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCCL) and came in agreement in order to offer them hull maintenance and repair services for their 58 fleet. Through their agreement, both parties boost their business relationship.

Port of Galveston and RCL for cruise’s terminal construction

One of the busiest ports in North America, the Port of Galveston along with Royal Caribbean Cruises (RCL) have inked a long-term agreement for the construction of a new $100 million cruise terminal. As the companies announced, RCL will be responsible for the terminal’s build while once completed it will be leased to the port for a 20-year initial term and with four 10-year options.

Cruise ships operators agree to limit emissions in French waters

Key cruise ship companies operating in French waters joined forces to limit air pollution caused by their vessels. The measures agreed include use of shore power and low-polluting fuel when maneuvering in harbors, as well as other measures to reduce emissions.