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W hile any coach would be hesitant to als and supply content of the ship-to-be of the shipyard for the first time, it was make changes to a winning roster, and were able to “hit the ground running” obvious from the very beginning that the with the project. French were interested in collaboration. Royal Caribbean International decided to “The leadership at St. Nazaire send take their business elsewhere. As a result of supertough international competition, FINPRO TO THE RESCUE us a strong signal that they wanted those the Oasis 3 deal landed in St. Nazaire, But, in order to get the dialogue with the Finnish companies who were involved in France – a fellow STX operation to Turku. French shipyard going, another coordina- building Oasis 1 and 2, to participate in the Nevertheless, as the dust settled, tor – of sorts – was needed to serve as a making of the \