Star of the south

Archer, Jane
September 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);Sep2009 Cruise Supplement, p13
Trade Publication
The article reports on the growth in the number of passengers in the Southampton cruise port in Great Britain because of the size of the vessels entering the port rather than the ship numbers. It notes that the Princess Cruises Ltd. and the Royal Caribbean International launched its cruises from Southampton that aim for the Great Britain market. It cites the negative side because the Norwegian Cruise Line is ending its ex-Southampton cruises on Norwegian Jade.


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