Adam Goldstein has left Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCCL)
after a 32-year tenure with the company. Goldstein most recently was RCCL’s
Goldstein’s last day was March 2. No replacement has been named.
According to a RCCL senior executive, Goldstein was “ready
to do something else” and that it was his decision to leave. The executive said
that his duties with regulatory and governmental issues will continue to be
addressed, but “not in exactly the same way.”
RCCL said that he has made “countless contributions” since
he began working at the company in 1988.
While Goldstein was president and CEO of the Royal Caribbean
International brand from 2007 to 2014, he led the introduction of the Freedom-
and Oasis-class ships.
He was RCCL’s president and COO from 2014 to 2018. Since
2018, he had been vice chairman.
“Every step of the way, our company was growing,
strengthening and becoming more successful,” said Jonathan Fishman, RCCL’s manager
of corporate reputation. “And the parallels between Adam’s achievements and the
company’s are no accident.”
Goldstein remains chairman of the CLIA cruise trade group.
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