The captains' views

October 2015
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;10/8/2015, p72
Trade Publication
The article offers the insights of several Royal Caribbean International ship captains on their memorable sights in the sea. Among the views mentioned include Sindre Borsheim, the captain of the ship Voyager of the Sea on his experience with glaciers in Alaska, captain Rick Sullivan of the ship Explorer of the Seas gives his perspective on Vancouver, Canada sailing under the First Narrows Bridge, and the different environment and view of Kotor gulf in Montenegro based on captain Lis Lauritzen


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