Royal Caribbean canceled cruise to Labadee, following protest

This can not be good for Haiti. Even worst, this will likely stay with he country for years to come. Royal Caribbean cruise line ship canceled its scheduled visit for Tuesday January 19, 2016 at Labadee after some Haitian protesters in small boats staged a protest. Royal Caribbean was obligated to find an alternative for its 3,634 passenger of its Freedom of the Seas that were headed to Haiti. Although the protest by the Haitians was peaceful; however this is not what the company wants to offer to their precious clients and visitors in Haiti.

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Haitian Kreyol:

Royal Caribbean anile kwazyè Labadee, apre pwotestasyon

Sa a pa ka bon pou Ayiti. Menm pi mal, sa a ap gen chans pou rete ak peyi an pou pandan plizyè ki ap vini. Liy kwazyè Royal Caribbean te anile vizit li ki te pwograme pou Madi, 19 janvye 2016 nan Labadee apre kèk manifestan ayisyen nan kon ti bato te sène yon pwotestasyon. Royal Caribbean te oblije jwenn yon altènatif pou 3,634 pasaje sa yo ki te ape dirije yo pou ale Ayiti. Malgre ke pwotestasyon an pa Ayisyen yo te vyolan; sepandan se pa sa ke konpayi an vle ofri kliyan li yo ki vle vizitè Ayiti.

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Shime Leroy says...

haitien ce detruion qui le nou a va fait on pas en avant men sou la mer haitien fai manifestation e bien min resultat manifestation

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