Saturday, April 18, 2009
Expedition Cruising: Growing Niche, Rich in Revenue
by Dori Saltzman - Travel Trade
Expedition cruising is an increasingly popular niche product that agents can recommend to clients looking for a new experience in cruise vacations.
Sometimes confused with small ship cruising, the similarities between the two basically stop at the size of the ships.
"Traditional small ship cruising is different from expeditions in that its still going to some of the same ports as some of the larger ships," Jennifer Rosen, marketing director for Hurtigruten, told Travel Trade.
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