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Below are the latest news stories about Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate RCL as an investment opportunity.
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The U.S. cruise industry — and most cruises around the world — shut down from roughly March 2020 through July 2021. All three major cruise lines have lost billions and those losses did not stop in July. Now, however, some of the seas have gotten smoother for the major cruise lines.
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Carnival, Royal Caribbean, and other major cruise lines are rolling back mask mandates aboard just 2 months after outbreaks
Last week, the CDC said "highly vaccinated" cruise ships could ease crew and guest mask requirements. Major cruise lines are now following suit.
In the cruise industry, bigger usually means better and Royal Caribbean has gone big with its latest move.
SILVERSEA® UNVEILS NEW SUITES DEBUTING ON SILVER NOVA(SM) TO MARK NEW ERA IN ULTRA-LUXURY, SUSTAINABLE TRAVEL
Silversea Cruises® unveils details of its highly anticipated collection of suites set to debut on Silver NovaSM in Summer 2023. With 364 suites across 13 categories, Silver Nova – the first vessel in the cruise line's Nova class – will feature an entirely new design approach for the leading ultra-luxury cruise line, with an asymmetrical configuration and horizontal layout introducing a new generation of suites. Silver Nova's innovative interiors provide a more intimate guest experience.
Royal Caribbean needs the world to return to normal by next year at the earliest.
Both cruise lines want families looking for a good value on a vacation and they attempt to win them over by using marketing that emphasizes how fun its cruise ships are. Royal Caribbean leans in heavily on promoting its Coco Cay private island, which has a massive pool and an added-fee water park. Carnival has built its marketing around the phrase "Funderstruck," to create a vague idea of all the excitement that awaits passengers who choose to go on its ships.
The cruise line has opted into a new government program that will make most of its customers happy.
Over the past five years, Carnival shares have dropped by nearly 60% while Royal Caribbean has only lost 8% of its value.