Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Episode #43 - Summer 2015 News Blast

Welcome to Episode #43! 

Labor Day has passed us by and now we take some time to give our listeners our 
"news blast" of what's been happening in the cruise industry this past summer. Of course, Scott always has a opinion, a bad idea, or some half brain scheme about every story. (Guess who is writing the show notes?)  

Actually, the future of cruising is very bright and yet competitive. 

Cruise lines will have to make the investment into larger ships that will have to have more amenities, services, specialty restaurants, activities, water slides, custom pools and unique experiences to "wow" veteran cruisers and entice new first time cruisers. 

And lets not forget that the Asia market for cruising is expanding and growing very rapidly. If you have ever wanted to visit China or Japan, the cruise lines are building ships expressly for this region. Expect to hear more about that in the coming year. 

These things along with competitive pricing and customer appreciation and loyalty programs  will hopefully, the cruise lines think, develop long term relationships that will bring guests back year after year to spend their vacation time on a cruise ship.

In the end, we believe that cruising is best value for your vacation dollars because the competition between the cruise lines are fierce and that benefits you, the consumer.

Our podcast strives to share and promote the cruise lifestyle around the world and we think the future of cruising bright and we intend to be there to share it with you!

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Thank you! Tommy & Scott
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