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Retired Coast Guard Admiral Appointed To Carnival Cruise Lines ‘Safety & Reliability Board’

October 18, 2013. Carnival Cruise Lines has appointed Rear Adm. Roy A. Nash, who recently retired from the U.S. Coast Guard, to the company’s Safety & Reliability Review Board. The line announced the development of the board in April 2013 and Nash becomes the fifth external member of the board, joining experts with extensive leadership, […]

CLIA Member Cruise Lines Implement New Muster Drill Policy

February 9, 2012. Effective immediately, the CLIA (Cruise Lines International Association) member cruise lines – which includes all the mainstream cruise lines – will implement a new muster drill policy. The new policy exceeds legal requirements and it being adopted voluntarily as a best practice. A mandatory muster for embarking passengers will now occur prior […]

Resolve Maritime Academy and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. Join Forces to Deliver State-of-the-Art Safety and Navigation Training for RCCL Personnel

February 2, 012. Resolve Maritime Academy and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. announced today that plans are underway for new simulation-based training programs to enhance safety at sea for the cruise line’s personnel and guests. In 2011, Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL) selected Resolve to be their exclusive provider of all simulator-based training courses, and formalized […]