Cruises, Royal Caribbean bets on the West Coast

Los Angeles – Royal Caribbean International is considering a potential cruise program on the American west coast: the company would bring its ships to Mexico in the winter .

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During a webinar today, Joshua Carroll, RC vice president of port development, answered a question from the travel agent community and said the company “is evaluating several homeport options.”

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Royal Caribbean is the largest US brand without a cruise presence on the West Coast, while the Carnival Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Line and Princess Cruises have significant distribution of ships in this geographic area.

Major ports for West Coast cruises include Los Angeles, Long Beach, San Diego, and San Francisco

“We are evaluating several homeport options,” Carroll said. “We are growing significantly in Alaska, but this is a summer product, which is why we are looking into a number of different options for the winter. We think very soon we will have something exciting to announce ” .

The company will deploy four ships to the Alaskan market for summer 2021. A West Coast winter program could go hand in hand with its Alaska summer program

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