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Fascinating Insight On World’s Largest Cruise Ship Program Manager

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In this new video, we learn all about the cruise line Program Manager. Denise Key-Tielebein is currently the program manager for the latest oasis class vessels including Harmony of the Seas and the next oasis class ship. Denise acts as the projects captain for the new builds and is an important figure for the cruise and the shipyard.

Watch Video Below:

Denice explains her journey from her early days in the army all the way to her successfully working for Royal Caribbean. She is now busy working on the next oasis class ship, currently, know as Oasis 4. there will be lots to do for the new largest cruise ship which is being built by STX France. The oasis for is scheduled to enter service in 2018 at a gigantic 227,625 and carrying 5,400 passengers at double occupancy. until then Denise will no doubt be busy planning the new build.

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