Bookings up as Ocean Village bids faewell

Archer, Jane
November 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);11/27/2009, p18
Trade Publication
The article reports that consumers are rushing to book the last Ocean Village voyage before the brand is scrapped in November 2010. Ocean Village has sold more available space on the one remaining ship than at the same time last year, the company has revealed. Ocean Village was launched in 2003 as the casual arm of Carnival UK, with no dress codes and all-buffet meals, unless passengers wanted to pay extra for waiter service.


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