August 22, 2018

For the past seven years, Molly Elliott has received plenty of emails and phone calls about our Crown and Anchor Society membership. Yet the wildest one dealt with a four-legged friend looking for love.  

“I once received an email from a guest who wanted to have a wedding onboard for her cats!” she said. “It’s easily the funniest scenario I have ever come across.” 

Unfortunately, the cats were unable to be wed on our ships,...

August 21, 2018

What does a cruiseline do in the face of a weather emergency? Find out from Royal Caribbean's Chief Meteorologist and the Director of Guest Relations.

July 20, 2018

For Chip Turrisi, working for Royal Caribbean came in the form of a blessing – he stumbled upon it at his church, Vous. He kept running into his future boss, Jennifer Lestin, until one day she mentioned there was an opening on her team.  

“Well, can I interview for it?” was all he had to say to get his new position as the Human Resources Campus Recruiter.  

A local from the suburbs of Chicago, he came to Miami almost t...

July 11, 2018

Ongoing work on digital accessibility for employees with disabilities has helped Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. rise to the top 10 percent of companies cited by “the nation’s most trusted annual benchmarking tool” for disability policies and practices.

For the second year running, RCL was named one of the “Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion” by Disability:IN (formerly the U.S. Business Leadership Network) and the Americ...

June 28, 2018

Our employees got to participate in a shakedown sailing on the amped up  Mariner of the Seas. A total of 2,319 shoreside employees went onboard to test out these new features: 

  • Sports Deck Additions: Flowrider, Skypad, and The Perfect Storm 

  • Culinary Offerings: Jamie’s Italian, Izumi Hibachi & Sushi, Windjammer and the Main Dining Room 

  • Bars and Nightlife: The Bamboo Room, Playmakers Sports Bar...

June 12, 2018

It begins with a cookie, sometimes a nail, one finger or four, and a hard bed. And with luck, a coral reef – or part of one – is born.

This is the end of a process carried out by the Coral Restoration Lab at the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science. As part of its ongoing Rescue a Reef program, the researchers invite “citizen scientists” to take part in their underwater work on the Florida Ree...

June 6, 2018

As part of our Citizen Scientist Program with the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, we’ve partnered with “Rescue a Reef” for hands-on coral reef restoration expeditions. The goal is to install 10 nursery “trees”, embark on six diving expeditions, and outplant more than 1,000 colonies of staghorn coral – and we’re already on the way!  

So how exactly do...

June 6, 2018

“How many of you have cruised with us before?” asked Richard Fain.

Almost every summer intern in the room raised their hands, looking around the room.  

“You know that’s not a prerequisite to this internship, right?”

On Monday, June 4, we welcomed 90 of the newest members to the RCL family. Out of more than 60,000 applicants, these select few students and recent graduates will have the chance to experience 10 weeks of real-w...

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