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More than half of RCCL's cruises are sold outside the U.S.


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"When the clock turns at the end of the year," said Richard Fain, the company's chairman, "the majority [of passengers aboard RCCL cruises will be from] outside of the U.S."

 

Here's a link to the story:

 

http://www.travelweekly.com/Cruise-Travel/More-than-half-of-RCCL-s-cruises-are-sold-outside-the-U-S-/

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But they will not be upper level C&A members..According to our concierge onboard LOS to the Western Med this past August that was the reason the DL's are so empty on Europe cruises...unlike Caribbean cruises where the DL's are usually packed...

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There are alot of D+ members throughout Europe, and some Pinnacle as well.:)

 

 

But they will not be upper level C&A members..According to our concierge onboard LOS to the Western Med this past August that was the reason the DL's are so empty on Europe cruises...unlike Caribbean cruises where the DL's are usually packed...
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There are alot of D+ members throughout Europe, and some Pinnacle as well.:)

Yes..but still not as many as their are USAer's..But that could easily change with deployment of RCI ships being what it is..Any guess where the majority of D & D+'s live..Mine would be Florida ;)

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But they will not be upper level C&A members..According to our concierge onboard LOS to the Western Med this past August that was the reason the DL's are so empty on Europe cruises...unlike Caribbean cruises where the DL's are usually packed...

 

"Upper level C&A members".....whats your point?

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"When the clock turns at the end of the year," said Richard Fain, the company's chairman, "the majority [of passengers aboard RCCL cruises will be from] outside of the U.S."

 

 

There is a world outside of the US.:D

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Well Royal Caribbean are getting plenty of repeat cruisers down here. They don't need to advetise much, unlike the 'local' competitor who has sales every 5 mins to fill their 20 plus year old ships.

That also means not many specials down our way for Royal Caribbean :(

We have Celebrity Century heading our way right now, and there is great excitement for Celebrity Solstice which is heading here next summer (Nothern Winter)

Also next summer, we have Rhapsody, Radiance and the Voyager all coming our way :D

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