Top Guns Shuffle at Carnival Corp.

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Monday, November 04, 2013
Alan Buckelew: Photo courtesy of Carnival Corp

Alan Buckelew, currently the president and CEO of Princess Cruises, is being appointed to the newly created role of Chief Operations Officer of Carnival Corporation & plc effective December 1, 2013, reporting to President and CEO Arnold Donald. Details of this appointment and others in the group are as follows:

CEO  Arnold Donald said:
Buckelew will have oversight of all maritime and port operations around the world and our group collaborative functions, including information technology; group strategy and global operations; ship retrofits; newbuilds; research and development; risk advisory; and quality assurance. Additionally, Buckelew will have oversight of Carnival Asia, with responsibility for coordinating all our brand and related activities in that part of the world.

Stein Kruse To Become CEO Of The Holland America Group
Effective December 1, 2013, Stein Kruse, currently president and CEO of Holland America Line, is being appointed CEO of the Holland America Group, adding Princess Cruises and Holland America Princess Alaska land operations to his current responsibilities of Holland America Line and Seabourn. He will report to Carnival Corporation & plc President and CEO Arnold Donald.


Jan Swartz To Become President Of Princess Cruises
Reporting to Holland America Group CEO Stein Kruse, Swartz will oversee the Princess line's worldwide operations which includes 17 ships, 22,000 employees serving more than 1.4 million passengers annually. Princess Cruises has sales, marketing and operational efforts in over 60 countries around the world.

Carnival's Howard Frank To Become Special Advisor To The CEO And To The Chairman
Howard Frank will be stepping down from his current roles as vice chairman and chief operating officer to take on the role of special advisor to the CEO and to the chairman, while continuing to represent the industry in his leadership role as chairman of CLIA.
 

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