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Royal Caribbean has named Angie Stephen as the new senior vice president of the brand’s international business. 

Ms Stephen will oversee the continued growth of the cruise line’s substantial global footprint across more than 80 countries, from Australia and China to those in Asia-Pacific, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America.

The brand’s international organisation is made up of representatives around the world and extensive teams based in Australia, China, Mexico, Singapore and Europe.

They collaborate with local partners and travel advisors to reach travellers through a variety of channels that are based on each market’s unique travel landscape and consumer behaviours.

“I’m thrilled to start this new chapter and build on such a wide-reaching international business that has and will continue to play a key role in Royal Caribbean’s success as a global vacation brand,” said Ms Stephen. 

“This is an incredibly exciting time for the vacation industry, a momentum that is reaching new heights between the introduction of the game-changing Icon of the Seas and the soon-to-debut Utopia of the Seas. 

“The opportunities to deliver even more memorable vacations around the world are exponential, and Royal Caribbean and our world-class international organisation are perfectly positioned to make it all a reality.”

Ms Stephen has taken on her new role following Bert Hernandez’s appointment as president of Royal Caribbean Group’s luxury brand, Silversea. A new vice president for the Asia region will be announced soon.