Royal Caribbean chief backs cruise industry to ride out casualties
THE COSTA Concordia and other recent cruise ship casualties will have no long-term effect on the industry, according to Royal Caribbean chairman and chief executive Richard Fain.
Carnival-owned Costa Concordia ran aground on January 13 after hitting a reef off the Italian coast.
The 4252 people on board needed to be evacuated and 32 people are known to have died; 64 others were injured and two are...
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