International announced its newest private island that will be called “Perfect
Day at Lelepa”.
On Monday, the cruise line announced its latest plan to build a sustainable private island in Vanuatu, the South Pacific.
Perfect Day at Lelepa will be Royal Caribbean’s second island in the Perfect Day private island collection, following up the highly-successful Perfect Day at CocoCay in the Bahamas.
The cruise line also
explained the island will be the first carbon-neutral private cruise
destination in the world as it will be built with sustainability complete with
features designed to safeguard the island’s ecosystems.
$46 million in cruise terminal improvements
planned for Disney at Port Canaveral.
Disney Cruise Line is planning to base a third
ship at Port Canaveral in 2021 which will require extensive upgrades to two
cruise terminals, estimated to cost more than $46 million.
Authorities at Port Canaveral in Florida approved the initial plans and designated two Florida companies to design the project, one for land-side upgrades and the other for water-side upgrades to Cruise Terminals 8 and 10, both of which would be utilized by Disney Cruise Line.
Royal Caribbean has invested $120 million in the Mariner of the Seas, a 15-year-old Voyager-class cruise ship in order to amp its offerings up and attract younger travelers with shorter cruises. The renovation is a part of a $900 million program, called Royal Amplified, and involving 10 ships in a period of four years, including the recently amplified Independence of the Seas.
Мillennials prefer more frequent and shorter vacations, because of that the Mariner of the Seas is expected to meet that demand, according to Michael Bayley Royal Caribbean President and CEO. Continue reading →