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Royal Caribbean invests $3.5m to upgrade cruise facilities at Vietnam's Chan May Port

Royal Caribbean invests $3.5m to upgrade cruise facilities at Vietnam's Chan May Port
During Quantum of the Seas' maiden call at Vietnam’s Port of Phu My on June 17, Royal Caribbean announced a $3.5m investment to upgrade cruise handling facilities at Chan May Port to accommodate Oasis-class ships.

John Tercek, vp commercial development of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., signed a berthing preferential agreement with Nguyen Huu Tho, president of Chan May Port.

This was witnessed by Nguyen Dung, chairman of Thua Thien Hue Province and Nguyen Ngoc Su, chairman of Shipbuilding Industry Corporation Hanoi.

This is the first agreement between RCL and Vietnam. 

The upgrading of Chan May is expected to be completed in July. The next Royal Caribbean International ship scheduled to visit the facility will be 137,276gt Voyager of the Seas in August.

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