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Solving the cruise connectivity conundrum

Passengership.info has an interesting article (geek alert!) about improving connectivity at sea.

“This year, the cruise industry entered into a new golden age, with passenger numbers soaring to unprecedented highs and records being set in multiple arenas including passenger capacity and number of newbuilds.

The rapid growth of the industry is reflected in the increasing size of each new vessel – in March, Royal Caribbean unveiled the latest addition to its fleet, Symphony of the Seas, which set sail on its maiden voyage with over 5,500 guests and more than 2,000 crew members. The vessel is the largest cruise ship ever constructed – a sure indication of where the market is currently heading. Indeed, according to a report by CLIA, 27.2M people are expected to go on cruises in 2018 – 1.4M more than the previous year and a 10% increase on 2016.”

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President of MilitaryFares.com. Navy Veteran, Travel Agent, love to cruise!

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