The Mariner of the Seas joins RCI's Voyager of the Seas in a market that's already demonstrated success for large, international cruiselines.
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. RCL -2.02% is bringing another ship to the Chinese market in an attempt to win the country’s ballooning number of travelers and buoy sluggish growth prospects after a competitor’s deadly crash in the Mediterranean cast a shadow over the industry.
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