Europe Bookings Leading the Way for 2021 According to Cruise Planners

“While the numbers are changing daily and being closely monitored, right now, cruise departures for 2021 are leading with Europe as a top destination at 38% of the mix with a large focus on European River cruising, followed by the Caribbean making up 23% of the mix and Alaska trending with 15% according to theContinue reading “Europe Bookings Leading the Way for 2021 According to Cruise Planners”

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Readjustment Over as Chinese Cruise Market Returns to Growth

The readjustment period for the Chinese cruise market is coming to an abrupt end as capacity will be up for the first time in two years in 2020, according to the 2020 China Cruise Market Report by Cruise Industry News. Annualized capacity with new ships from Costa Crociere and Royal Caribbean International are pushing market capacity, whileContinue reading “Readjustment Over as Chinese Cruise Market Returns to Growth”

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Two More Cruises Cancelled Due to Hurricane

Two more cruises have been cancelled due to Hurricane Dorian, as the storm slowly moves toward Florida. Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line, which sails from Palm Beach to Freeport, announced its Sept. 5 sailing aboard the Grand Celebration has been cancelled, making it three cancelled voyages for the company due to the hurricane. Royal Caribbean InternationalContinue reading “Two More Cruises Cancelled Due to Hurricane”

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