Cruise Industry Outlook for 2019

(http://www.MaritimeCyprus.com) A record year of newbuilds, new cruise brands, expedition ships and capacity growth will dominate cruise headlines in 2019, while dry-docks grow in scale. Also impressive will be technology gains, with guests benefiting from the latest connectivity and apps that integrate into the cruise experience while cruise lines continue an arms race to save…

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Cruise travel trends for 2019, from Cruise Lines International Association

(http://www.Maritimecyprus.com) Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), the world’s largest cruise industry trade association, has released the 2019 Cruise Trends and State of the Cruise Industry Outlook. The report offers a look at the trends impacting cruise travel in the coming year and beyond as well as the overall global economic impact. With 18 new cruise ships from CLIA cruise…

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DNVGL – Cruise update 2018

(http://www.MaritimeCyprus.com) The cruise industry’s growth seems unstoppable, with yard capacity as the only limiting factor. Asia has joined the game – Genting Dream (Dream Cruises) and Norwegian Joy (Norwegian Cruise Line), both built by Meyer Werft, are vessels expressly designed for the burgeoning East Asian market. Meanwhile new yards are entering the market: Norway’s Ulstein Verft brings its unique…

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