The cruise sector has a problem – one that its operators and biggest fans will kind of acknowledge, but always claim is evaporating.
Executives at the major cruise lines all seem to have one question on their mind.“How can we convince people who have never cruised before to try a cruise?”
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. is adding to its fleet of ships in China, where the cruise industry and competition within it are heating up.
Asia's cruise industry is set for a "record-breaking year" in 2015, thanks to booming demand from Chinese holidaymakers.
Japan has implemented a visa-free policy for cruise ship passengers from China aboard ships approved by the Japanese Minister of Justice
Royal Caribbean will launch the Quantum of the Seas liner to mark its 2015 China investment plan, and management has dubbed this year the ‘Quantum Year’.
Carnival Corporation has signed a MoU with China Merchants Group (CMG) to explore the possibility of joint ventures.
2015 – the number of liners using Chinese home ports will increase from 8 to 12 ships and more than one million Chinese passengers will take cruises.
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