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Carnival Names Four Highly Experienced Maritime & Transportation Experts to Safety Board

July 15, 2013. Carnival Cruise Lines has appointed four highly esteemed maritime and transportation industry experts – Rear Admiral Mark H. Buzby, Rear Admiral Joseph F. Campbell, Ray Valeika and Dr. John K. Lauber — to the company’s new Safety & Reliability Review Board. Announced in April as part of Carnival’s comprehensive fleetwide technical enhancement […]

Carnival Appoints Former U.S. Navy Admiral as Vice President for Nautical and Safety Operations

5/20/13. Carnival has completed another step in regaining safety credibility by appointing a retired U.S. Navy rear admiral who was a naval aviator, completed nuclear power training, and held several commands at various levels, to an executive position. Richard J. O’Hanlon, a former rear admiral in the U.S. Navy with nearly two decades of government […]

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 […]

Carnival Corporation & plc Announces Comprehensive Audit and Review of Safety and Emergency Response Across All Its Cruise Lines

January 19, 2012. Following the tragic Costa Concordia accident, Carnival Corporation & plc, parent company of Costa Cruises and nine leading cruise lines around the world, today announced a comprehensive audit and review of all safety and emergency response procedures across all of the company’s cruise lines. Carnival Corporation & plc and the cruise industry […]