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Cruising continues to grow in UK new figures reveal

Cruising continues to grow in UK new figures reveal

Figures released by CruiseBritain show that more passengers than ever before visited Great Britain through the country’s 57 cruise ports in 2014. Some 110 individual ships called into UK ports, with many ships calling on multiple occasions, and these ships brought a record 922,000 passengers on day calls, a rise of six per cent over 2013. A total of 53 different cruise lines visited UK ports in 2014 from Kirkwall, Orkney in the far north to the Channel Islands and the Isles of Scilly off the south coast.

Record levels for European cruise passengers

Record levels for European cruise passengers

Pierfrancesco Vago, chairman, Cruise Lines International Association Europe, has announced from the 30th annual Cruise Shipping Miami conference that more Europeans than ever booked a cruise in 2013. Number reached a record of 6.357 million. This is a four per cent increase since 2012 and a doubling of the European cruise market in just eight years.

Leading cruise lines to discuss industry trends in Miami

Leading cruise lines to discuss industry trends in Miami

5th Mar 2013 Press Release Cruise News Travel Events News

Seven heads of leading cruise lines are set to discuss the industry’s current trends and future direction at the State of the Industry session slated for Tuesday, March 12, at the 29th annual Cruise Shipping Miami conference. The session also features Christine Duffy, president and CEO of Cruise Lines International Association, who will lead off with the State of the Industry address, and David Scowsill, president and CEO of the World Travel and Tourism Council, who will provide the keynote speech.

Cruise Shipping Miami 2011 opens

Cruise Shipping Miami 2011 opens

16th Mar 2011 Press Release Cruise News

Cruise Shipping Miami – the biggest annual gathering of industry insiders – has opened at the Miami Beach Convention Centre amid an air of optimism.