Doing a sterling job

Archer, Jane
February 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);2/13/2009, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports that the cruiselines using pound on board look very attractive to consumers in Great Britain. This could be attributed to low tight money and sterling against many currencies. Gill Haynes notes that Ocean Village is also a cruiseline where anything passengers spend on board is priced in pounds. The weak pound indicates that prices on ships using dollar or euro increased in the previous months.


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