The company Celebrity Cruises officially received by the French shipyard team Chantiers de l 'Atlantique for its latest innovative boat, Famous lives.
The celebrity emphasized that this delivery is a milestone for more than four years of planning and after 23 months of construction, thousands of engineers, architects, craftsmen, designers, entrepreneurs, shipyard workers and boat teams.
the Chairman and CEO of Royal Caribbean Cruises, Richard Fain and Chairman and CEO of Celebrity, Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, They organized an organization on board the Celebrity Edge while the French Chantiers of Saint-Nazaire at the Atlantique shipyard.
"The Celebrity team has done a great job and I can not thank the Chantiers de l'Atlantique team for ship shipments, which will change the game and the ongoing partnership," Fain said.
"Their work will continue to transform as guests experience the world," said the chairman of the group. Royal Caribbean Cruises, indicated by PortalCruceros.cl.
"It's a very special day for us all, as I've been waiting for more than four years," said Lutoff-Perlo.
"He has so many aspects Famous lives which are more innovative than we could ever imagine, and all this is proof of the hard work, creativity and talents of those who help keep this wonderful ship alive, "the chairman said.
– Thank you for the trust you gave us Celebrity Cruises and to the extraordinary level of cooperation between our teams, we are proud to design and build one of the most innovative tours of all time. This result again demonstrates our ability to deliver the highest quality ships in time to our most demanding customers, "the shipyard's representative.
It should be noted that Famous lives On November 6, he will begin his transatlantic journey to Port Everglades T25 at Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
The initial season is shifted alternately with the seven-year cruises of the Caribbean East and West Coasts by leaving the Caribbean via the Caribbean and the Caribbean via the Caribbean on December 16.
Then, in spring 2019, Famous lives It crosses the Atlantic again to provide breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea between seven and 11 night walks, featuring iconic cities, including Barcelona and Rome.