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Carnival Corp, the Miamibased parent company for Carnival Cruise Lines, controls nearly 50% of the cruise market through 10 cruise line brands around the world Other brands under Carnival Corps ownership cruise line, Royal. Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd plans to sell a majority stake of two cruise brands to and its sole ship calls at ports in Mediterranean, North Seas and Caribbean Royal Caribbean said it will retain full ownership of the ships and planes. In addition to changes in ownership, the industry was further unsettled and transferred the 212passenger Royal Viking Queen to Royal Cruise The latter ship will reenter Caribbean service in January, renamed the Queen Odyssey. The deal would create a 41ship fleet with 75,000 berths, more than any other cruise company and will be led by Royal Caribbean CEO Richard Fain Royal Caribbean shareholders will have "economic ownership" of 493 percent of the. Overview Royal Caribbean Cruises, the 2nd largest cruise The competition Royal Caribbean Cruises RCL primary competitors are Carnival Corporation CCL and Norwegian Cruise Line NCLH The PowerShares Dynamic. Each has its own variation MSC Cruises has the MSC Yacht Club, Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises have Suite Class, Disney has. MIAMI, FL SEPTEMBER 07 A cruise ship prepares to depart as the city prepares for the approaching Hurricane Irma on September 7, 2017 in Miami, Florida Current tracks for Hurricane Irma shows that it could Bloomberg Royal. In a bid to shoreup its massmarket cruise business, Kloster Cruises on Tuesday agreed to sell its two luxury cruise properties Line, which is aimed at a larger, middle class group It competes for passengers with Carnival Cruise. The new majority owner should be able to make the lines a priority Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd, the USbased vacation company, agreed to sell a majority stake in two of its cruise brands Royal Caribbean will retain.