Archer, Jane
November 2009
Travel Weekly (UK);11/27/2009 TWcruise Supplement, p16
Trade Publication
The article presents information related to cruise lines. According to the Passenger Shipping Association (PSA), the number of Britons taking a cruise in 2009 increased 5%, to 1.55 million, which is an incredible achievement amid economic recession. The PSA has forecasted 6.5% growth for the market in Great Britain in 2010. There will be three new ships sailing from Southampton in 2010. Thomson Cruises is expected to increase capacity from April 2010.


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