Hebridean demise was 'no surprise'

Archer, Jane
April 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);4/17/2009, p4
Trade Publication
The present information on the views of cruise operators on the business failure of Hebridean International Cruises. According to cruise operators, the collapse of Hebridean International Cruises was no surprise given the weakness of the pound and high cost of running one small ship. Fred Olsen Cruise Lines marketing director Nigel Lingard said that the it was inevitable that Hebridean wouldn't survive, as it had one ship in international waters.


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