Azamara Club Cruises Announces New COO

Carol Cabezas has been named Azamara Club Cruises' new COO.

Azamara Club Cruises has announced that Carol Cabezas will serve as the new Chief Operation Officer. 

For 17 years, Cabezas has worked with Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd., Azamara’s parent company. There she held a variety of sale, finance, and revenue management roles. Most recently, Cabezas was vice president of investor relations for Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. and before that AVP of national and strategic accounts, North America for Celebrity Cruises, where she also served as director of sales planning earlier in her career.

As COO, Cabezas will be responsible for the full range of operations of the cruise line including sales, marketing, revenue, finance deployment and shipboard operations.

Before working with Royal Caribbean, Cabezas  was an associate consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers in the dispute analysis and corporate recovery team. 

Cabezas holds a Masters in Finance from the University of Miami and Bachelor degrees in Finance and Accounting from the Stern School of Business at New York University.

Azamara Club Cruises sails to the Mediterranean, Australia and New Zealand, Asia, Northern and Western Europe, North and Central America, West Indies, and Cuba. The company focuses on “Destination Immersion,” allowing guests to fully explore each port of call. Shore excursions are designed and given by locals to create as authentic experience as possible.

Recently, Azamara added four new cruises to Cuba that depart from Miami and sail overnight to Havana and call at maiden ports Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba. There are a total of six 2017 and 2018 itineraries to Cuba scheduled ranging from four to 10 nights.  

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