Miguel Reyna is Cruise Saudi’s Chief Development & Asset Management Officer, where his specialization in collaborating with in-market stakeholders to establish win-win solutions that enable cruise infrastructure will guide Cruise Saudi’s long-term planning and development objectives. Miguel is a well-respected industry expert committed to promoting long-term cruise industry growth while embracing sustainable cruise tourism principles.
In 2019, Miguel became Royal Caribbean Group’s (RCG) Global Head of Business Development and Construction. Prior to that he was the Associate Vice President of Commercial Development & Construction. Miguel was responsible for initiating, planning and developing port investments in the most important cruise markets around the world. Most notably, he directed the implementation of the "Crown of Miami", RCG’s iconic cruise terminal at PortMiami, a Miami landmark.
Miguel also served as Director of Port Business Development & Asset Management, a position he held from April 2013 to July 2018. In this role, Miguel was responsible for the growth of the company’s cruise port real estate investments. The role involved negotiating agreements with governments and partners to nurture start-ups and existing businesses that are tasked to operate cruise ports.
As a board member representing RCG’s interests in various port investments, Miguel provided direction to 8 port investment companies located in the United States, Caribbean, Europe, Asia, and South East Asia. Miguel often speaks at various cruise industries conferences to share best practices and promote cruise infrastructure investments and their benefits.
Miguel holds an MBA in Finance/Management and International Business from New York University and a MS in Business Management and Policy Analysis from Stony Brook University. He earned his BS in Industrial Engineering from Universidad de Lima.