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First shoreside workers back at Royal Caribbean, other companies hold off

PHOTO: ANNE KALOSH CRUISE Royal Caribbean headquarters.jpg
Only about 150 people are going back to the Royal Caribbean offices today
The first shoreside employees returned to Royal Caribbean headquarters today, while those of other major Miami-based cruise companies are holding off for now.

Only about 150 people are going to the PortMiami offices initially in this phased start-up, an RCL corporate spokesperson told Seatrade Cruise News.

Carnival Corp.

Carnival Corp. headquarters in Doral are remaining on minimal essential staffing for the time being, with most people continuing to work from home, a spokesperson said. Essential staff include those manning the Carnival Cruise Line Fleet Operations Center.


At Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, employees are not returning to the Airport Corporate Center headquarters just yet but 'soon, we hope,' a spokesperson said.

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