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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Cruise lines told to work hard for repeat custom

Cruise companies must do all that they can to ensure that first-time passengers don’t end up falling into the ‘one and done’ category. That was one of the main messages to come out of the recent CLIA UK gathering in Southampton, with Travel Weekly reporting that the industry was also told to continue focusing onContinue reading “Cruise lines told to work hard for repeat custom”

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