Adam Goldstein, president and chief operating officer of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., received $5m in compensation, up from $3.4m in 2013. His salary was $797,000. He also got a bonus of nearly $1.3m, one-time stock awards valued at more than $1.4m, on-cycle stock awards worth nearly $1.4m and other compensation including a $15,000 auto lease and $12,000 for perks like discounts on company cruises and executive physicals.
Michael Bayley, president and ceo of Royal Caribbean International, had compensation of $4.4m, up from less than $2.2m in 2013. His salary was nearly $599,000 and bonus was $861,000. One-time stock awards were valued at $1.9m, while on-cycle stock awards were worth $944,000. Other compensation included a $17,000 car lease.
The compensation for Harri Kulovaara, corporate evp maritime, totaled nearly $2.9m, up from $1.8m in 2013. His salary was $534,000, and bonus totaled nearly $783,000 including $300,000 in recognition of his efforts with the company's newbuild program. Kulovaara also received one-time stock awards valued at $955,000 and on-cycle stock awards worth $490,000. Other compensation included nearly $14,000 for a car lease.
The compensation for the company's fifth 'named' officer, cfo Jason Liberty, rose to nearly $2.3m, up from $1.2m. His salary was $444,000, bonus was $508,000 and one-time stock awards were valued at $716,000 while on-cycle stock awards were worth $519,000. Other compensation included a $14,000 car lease and $24,600 for perks like discounts on company cruises and executive physicals.