FILE--Passengers on Royal Caribbean International's Mariner of the Seas relax on May 23, 2006, on a beach at Labadie, Haiti. Royal Caribbean’s 3,634-passenger Freedom of the Seas canceled its scheduled visit Tuesday at the Haitian port of Labadee after the ship encountered a number of locals in small boats staging a protest, according to a company release.
FILE--Passengers on Royal Caribbean International's Mariner of the Seas relax on May 23, 2006, on a beach at Labadie, Haiti. Royal Caribbean’s 3,634-passenger Freedom of the Seas canceled its scheduled visit Tuesday at the Haitian port of Labadee after the ship encountered a number of locals in small boats staging a protest, according to a company release. JOE KAFKA AP
FILE--Passengers on Royal Caribbean International's Mariner of the Seas relax on May 23, 2006, on a beach at Labadie, Haiti. Royal Caribbean’s 3,634-passenger Freedom of the Seas canceled its scheduled visit Tuesday at the Haitian port of Labadee after the ship encountered a number of locals in small boats staging a protest, according to a company release. JOE KAFKA AP

Royal Caribbean ship cancels Haiti visit amid protests

January 19, 2016 07:10 PM

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