Cruise sale bonanza

Archer, Jane
March 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);3/20/2009, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports that some cruise lines are confident of the demand for their ships and are hoping for a busy holiday season in April 2009, despite the current global economic slowdown. P&O Cruises Ltd. is launching the ship "Azura," in April 2010, Cunard Co. is launching the ship "Queen Elizabeth," in October 2010, and Norwegian Cruise Line Ltd. (NCL) is launching the ship "Norwegian Epic," in July 2010. All three cruiseliners together are offering a capacity of more than 9,000 passengers.


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