China’s cruise industry is booming and global cruise giants like Carnival Corp about upcoming strategic deployments in the China.
Carnival Corp will bring its Carnival and Aida lines to China in 2017, doubling the number of brands it offers in one of the world’s fastest-growing tourism markets.
Caissa Touristic Group, China’s leading outbound tourism service provider, and Geneva, Switzerland-based MSC Cruises have entered into a strategic partnership.
By 2020, the cruise line sector is predicted to contribute 51 billion yuan to the Chinese economy, according to a report by major OTA LY.com.
Sansha, China's southern-most city, plans to further boost its tourism industry with a second cruise ship to the Xisha Islands by year's end.
Carnival Corp Plc said its Golden Princess cruises will offer an array of voyages departing from the port of Tianjin in North China starting in 2016.
A new owner is set to invest billions in Crystal Cruises, pivoting the brand from a cruise-only company to a veritable lifestyle fleet of ships...and even a Boeing 787.
Shanghai overtook New York to become the eight busiest cruise port in the world, with 240 cruises using Shanghai as home port in 2014, a growth of 42.9% y-o-y.
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