Archer, Jane
September 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);Sep2009 Cruise Supplement, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports on the growing world of mini-cruises beacause cruiselines have 2 or 3 night voyages for consumers for their first cruise who wants to try a holiday at sea but not eager to spend time and money on longer breaks. It notes that Lol Nichols, general manager at Fred Olsen Cruise Lines said that they get first-timers rather than regulars on their mini-cruises because it has a different experience. Details regarding cruiselines that offer mini-cruises are also included.


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