RCCL Consolidates in Miami

In a move to streamline its operations, and prepare for the introduction of its two new 2,100-passenger vessels in 1988 and 1989, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line has reorganized its senior management group in Miami.

"We'll be doubling our capacity within the next three years, and therefore must consolidate our operations for greater efficiency," said a spokesman for RCCL. "We'll be bringing a number of corporate, financial, planning, and marketing activities, currently performed by our parent organizations in Norway, to Miami," he added.

A new Executive Committee will be formed, consisting of Chairman of the Board Roald Aukner, President/CEO Edwin Stephan, Executive Vice President Peter Whelpton, Senior Vice Presidents Rod Mcleod and Conrad Karway, and a soon-to­-be-appointed Senior Vice President of Finance and Planning.

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