Regent eyes ex-UK departures by 2011

Archer, Jane
June 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);6/26/2009, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plans of the company Regent Seven Seas Cruises to expand its ship base to Great Britain by 2011. Regent's managing director for Great Britain Graham Sadler stated that the expansion would increase the number of Great Britain passengers by 25% and mentioned about the need to offer round-trip cruises from the country. Sadler also forecasts the success of the company's shore excursion programme that offers passengers free excursions throughout the day for $900 per person.


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