Study finds continued slowdown in U.S. cruise passenger growth

Study finds continued slowdown in U.S. cruise passenger growth By Tom Stieghorst The number of cruise passengers sourced from the U.S. isn’t growing as fast as it once was, leaving U.S. travel agents with a market that may contract if trends continue. Figures from the 2014 Economic Impact study recently released by CLIA show thatContinue reading “Study finds continued slowdown in U.S. cruise passenger growth”

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Australian cruisers increased 20% in 2013

By Tom Stieghorst The number of Australians who cruised in 2013 rose 20%, outpacing every other sizable cruise market, CLIA Australasia said in a report. Australia’s growth surpassed Germany (9%), France (9%), North America (3%) and the U.K./Ireland (1%), according to the report’s executive summary. Last year, 833,348 Australians cruised, up from 694,062 in 2012.Continue reading “Australian cruisers increased 20% in 2013”

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