Josh Weinstein to replace David Noyes as president of Carnival UK

Josh Weinstein to replace David Noyes as president of Carnival UK
Josh Weinstein is to leave his role as Carnival Corporation’s corporate treasurer and become president of Carnival UK (Image: Carnival Corporation)

Carnival Corporation’s corporate treasurer Josh Weinstein is to replace David Noyes as president of Carnival UK.

Weinstein, who joined Carnival Corporation 15 years ago as an attorney in the corporate legal department, will be responsible for overseeing both the P&O Cruises and Cunard brands. He will move to Carnival UK’s corporate base in Southampton in April 2017.

“In his current role, Josh Weinstein has been a strong contributor to the company's successful results,” said Arnold Donald, president and CEO of Carnival Corporation. “I am confident he will do a great job in his new role and continue to build on our strong legacy of success in the UK.”

As part of his new role, Weinstein will report to Holland America Group CEO Stein Kruse, who will become group CEO of Holland America Group and Carnival UK.

“Stein Kruse has done an exemplary job in leading the Holland America Group,” said Donald. “The two groups will continue to be managed separately as they are today, but will benefit from more closely aligned collaboration.”

Noyes has served as CEO of Carnival UK for the past six years and will remain at the company until 18 July to ensure a smooth handover.

“Some time ago, David Noyes advised me that he wished to step down as CEO Carnival UK during 2017 to spend more time with his family,” said Donald. “David has excelled in his time as CEO of Carnival UK and has planned a smooth and effective transition. We greatly appreciate his leadership, his team spirit and the many important contributions he has made to our success.”

Noyes said: “I will be leaving Carnival UK as a thriving, profitable and market leading business. I know that with Josh at the helm, the company will continue to go from strength to strength as the UK cruise sector maintains its exceptional levels of growth.”

Carnival UK chairman David Dingle will continue in his role.

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Rebecca Gibson
By Rebecca Gibson
Tuesday, March 28, 2017