US cruise growth slows

Sweeney, Claire
September 2006
Travel Weekly Australia;9/15/2006, p9
Trade Publication
The article reports on the economic impact of the cruise industry in fiscal 2006 in North America. According to the survey conducted by the International Council of Cruise Lines, the 7.9% increase in sales was the smallest year-on-year growth in four years. The situation is attributed on the slow growth in the number of vessels in the continent.


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