Stuart Leven to leave Royal Caribbean
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Stuart Leven to leave Royal Caribbean

Executive leaves after eight years

Stuart Leven is to leave Royal Caribbean Group at the end of March, the company has confirmed.

Leven, who has been with the company for eight years, has held roles including vice president EMEA and managing director of RCL Cruises. Most latterly he was in charge of government relations.

Sean Treacy, SVP International, said “Stuart has driven our European performance and awareness over the last few years and latterly has led our back to service partnerships with governments and industry associations across Europe. During his tenure, our brands won unprecedented trade recognition across many European markets and he leaves with our thanks and best wishes for the next chapter of his career.”

Leven added: “I would like to thank all at Royal Caribbean Group for their support and backing during my time with the company.  We have achieved a great deal and it has been a privilege leading the EMEA efforts of such an innovative and progressive organisation. I wish everyone at The Group, and our travel agency partners, every success as the industry gets back to providing the great holidays our guests love.”

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