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Captain Inger Klein Thorhauge, who helms Cunard ships, is among women with prominent roles at Carnival Corporation. (Photo: Cunard)

Cruise Industry Sees More Women in Leadership Roles

large scale.   “I think there's only more opportunity ahead as I look across the family of brands and the growth and vision of where we are headed corporately,” said Russell, who also heads global impact efforts for Carnival Corporation. “It's one of Carnival Corporation CEO Arnold Donald's beliefs that when you bring different perspectives to the table, you ultimately get a better outcome. I think we're seeing that every day.”   The women heading the four brands have a sisterhood of sorts, Russell added.   Ann Sherry, executive chairman of Carnival Australia

Maurice Zarmati

Zarmati joins Fathom

initiatives.   “Maurice was on the frontlines selling Carnival Cruise Lines when the company had just three ships and carried only 160,000 passengers a year, so he has an insider’s perspective on the exciting journey from start-up to industry-leading global venture,” said Arnold Donald, chief executive officer of Carnival Corporation. “His insight and relationships are a great addition to our Fathom team.”   According to Zarmati, working with the Fathom team is an exciting opportunity for him to apply his background and skills in new and different ways and

MV Adonia (Photo: Carnival Corporation)

Cuba Opens Up for Carnival Corp. Brand

step to ultimately take travelers to Cuba under the existing 12 criteria for authorized travel. We look forward to working with the Cuban authorities for their approval to help make the social, cultural and humanitarian exchanges between U.S. citizens and the people of Cuba a reality,” said Arnold Donald, President and CEO of Carnival Corporation. “We know there is strong demand from travelers who want to immerse themselves in Cuban culture, so this is a historic opportunity for us to enable more people to experience Cuban society. It is also an important opportunity for our new fathom

Carnival UK Announces Executive Appointments

currently executive vice president operations, has been promoted to the CEO role, with operating responsibility for the UK-based brands P&O Cruises and Cunard Line. Dingle and Noyes will take up their new roles on October 1, and will both report to Carnival Corporation & plc president and CEO Arnold Donald. “This moves allows us to strengthen further our overall leadership in the critically important UK marketplace, while also promoting from within to leverage the skills, experience and capabilities of our executive team,” Donald said.  Dingle, who became CEO in 2007, joined

Carnival Corporation CEO Arnold Donald

Carnival Corp. to Invest $400m in Scrubber Technology

Carnival Corporation CEO Arnold Donald announced that Carnival will significantly extend its installation of exhaust gas cleaning technology, investing $400m in the coming three years to install the technology on 70 ships across its brand, a significant jump from the 32 announced last year.   Carnival Corporation & plc (NYSE/LSE: CCL; NYSE: CUK) is the world’s largest cruise company, and Donald stressed that it is the company’s intention to use “communication, collaboration and cooperation” across its 10 brands to both build revenue generation opportunities, to

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