Too Many Ships?

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  1. 13/07/2011

    […] This has meant that lines have had to place tonnage elsewhere, the easy card has always been Australia, Asia and Europe. Pullmantur has seen a series of transfers from Celebrity and Royal Caribbean. Ibero Cruceros, Carnival’s Spanish brand, has seen a few vessels transferred from Carnival Cruise Lines, as they are no longer competitive in the Caribbean. Once the worlds largest cruise ship, Voyager of the Seas has been sent to Asia in search of higher yields. (We have a blog for that too!) […]

  2. 08/10/2011

    […] Village was to be disbanded by 2010, as the ships would generate a higher profit in Australia, who’s cruise market is booming, Ocean Village and Ocean Village Two where to join P&O Cruises Australia as Pacific Pearl and […]

  3. 04/11/2011

    […] have previously discussed how there has been a strain of yields in the med (Too Many ships?). So does the Arabian Gulf offer an […]

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