Richard Fain Adam Goldstein Royal Caribbean CruisesRoyal Caribbean President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) Adam Goldstein (photo, to the right) sold 120,000 shares of his company’s cruise stock on August 2 and 3, 2017.  The stock was sold at an average price of $118.21 for a total sale of $14,185,200.00, according to the SEC.  

This follows the sale of RCL

Caribbean PrincessThree cruise CEO’s sold their Carnival (CCL) stock a week ago for a combined total of nearly $9,500,000, according to Market Digest.

On December 29,2016, Stein Kruse, the CEO of Holland America Group, Alan Buckelew, the Chief Operations Officer of Carnival Corporation, and David Bernstein, the Chief Financial Officer and Chief Accounting Officer of

Richard Fain Adam Goldstein Royal Caribbean Cruises President and Chief Operating Officer (COO) Adam Goldstein sold 90,000 shares of the cruise line’s stock today.

Mr. Goldstein sold the shares at $98.88 per share for a total value of $8,898,804.

Mr.Goldstein last sold RCL stock in July when he sold 4,184 shares at at $91.08 per share for a total

Royal Caribbean Cruise StockYesterday, Royal Caribbean chairman Richard Fain sold 151,032 shares of his cruise line’s stock for $13,650,151 at an average price of $90.40 a share. President and Chief Operating Officer Adam Goldstein sold 4,184 shares at at $91.08 per share for a total value of $381,094.19. Royal Caribbean’s General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer Bradley Stein sold 2,402 shares

"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer is a fan of Carnival Corporation (CCL).

He used to associate the word "disaster" with Carnival Cruise Lines. Between the Costa Concordia sinking, engine room fires, the Triumph "poop cruise," passengers sick with norovirus, the Arab Spring – it "seemed the company was doomed," says CNBC.

But Carnival has enjoyed a

Carnival Corporation Chairman Micky Arison reportedly just sold 10,000,000 (million) shares of Carnival stock for approximately $433,700,000 (million).

The stock transaction was a "block sale" performed by a trust to benefit Arison. All of Arison’s shares reportedly are held either directly or indirectly in various trusts.

By June of last year, Arison had unloaded over $490,000,000