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Royal Caribbean's GoBe is ceasing operations

GoBe managing director Billy Campbell thanked employees and tour operators, the online booking service for travel services and excursions, will close operations as of May 18, and is no longer accepting new bookings, a Royal Caribbean spokesman said in a statement to Seatrade Cruise News.

The statement added that GoBe is working with its independent tour operators to ensure all customers with booked services receive a refund or other arrangements to ensure a seamless vacation.

GoBe, a Cayman Islands-based independent subsidiary of Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., has offered an interactive platform for anyone—not just cruisers—to book thousands of day tours and activities in hundreds of destinations worldwide. The company has touted authentic local experiences, iconic attractions and off-the-beaten path adventures.

GoBe managing director Billy Campbell thanked the 'wonderful employees who worked tirelessly to nurture GoBe over the last several years' and expressed his appreciation to the 'hundreds of independent tour operators who worked closely with us to provide great experiences to our customers.'

Originally the company was called TourTrek.

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