Cruise Category

The market growth rate is in the high double digits, and projected numbers of cruise tourists range from “a lot” to “an enormous amount.”Read More
It's the $215 billion question the travel industry is trying to answer: What do Chinese tourists want?Read More
Dream Cruises, the first-ever Asian luxury cruise line operated by Genting Hong Kong, a global leisure, entertainment and hospitality corporation, will launch its maiden cruise in NovemberRead More
Passenger growth worldwide is expected to pick up to about 4% next year over 2015 to 24 million passengers, according to the Cruise Line International Assn., a trade group for the world’s cruise industry. Read More
China plans to build 10 cruise ship terminals and is encouraging workers to take cruises in a bid to boost tourism and consumption within the nation.Read More
A new generation of Princess Cruises' ships is being built to debut in China in summer 2017.Read More

Posted On March 25, 2015By DanielIn Business, News, Cruise, Luxury

Royal Caribbean Adds to China Fleet

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. is adding to its fleet of ships in China, where the cruise industry and competition within it are heating up.Read More
Dubai Cruise Tourism, part of Dubai Tourism, is in China this week to promote the emirate's strengths as a cruise tourism destination.Read More
The sale of the Celebrity Century to the Chinese travel agency Ctrip opens a second way for Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. to develop a passenger business in the world’s most populous country.Read More
Endless snow and glaciers, untouched coastlines and the thrill of following in the footsteps of renowned explorers are luring more Chinese to polar trips.Read More