Complications during renovations have caused Royal Caribbean International to cancel seven more sailings on Empress of the Seas, bringing the total cancellation count to 13 sailings between March and May.
Complications during renovations have caused Royal Caribbean International to cancel seven more sailings on Empress of the Seas, bringing the total cancellation count to 13 sailings between March and May. Royal Caribbean International
Complications during renovations have caused Royal Caribbean International to cancel seven more sailings on Empress of the Seas, bringing the total cancellation count to 13 sailings between March and May. Royal Caribbean International

Royal Caribbean cancels 7 more Empress of the Seas sailings, now total of 13

April 21, 2016 05:40 PM

UPDATED April 22, 2016 07:07 PM

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