Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Cruise Travel Rebounds

Cruise Travel, Once Thought Dead In The Water, Rebounds | Gadling.com: "Cruise travel was riding high before the grounding of Costa Cruises ill-fated Costa Concordia last January. Multiple cruise lines had delivered a record number of ships, offering more travel options than ever before. But the tragic Concordia grounding caused first-time cruise passengers to re-think their travel plans as cruise lines redeployed ships to seemingly safer waters. Now, just months after the worst maritime disaster since the sinking of the Titanic, passengers are booking, cruise ships are filling up and new vessels are on order for what looks to be a bright future."

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