It seems no amount of horrific news will stop the cruise industry from growing.
Not even mysterious diseases, fires, missing persons, shipwrecks or a stagnant economy.
The prime age for cruisers is 45 and older, and with aging populations in the world’s most affluent nations, there seems to be a new cruiser born every second.
Click here to read my column on MarketWatch. And click here to read my column on the Titanic II. The original Titanic went down in 1912, James Cameron released a movie about it in 1997, and now some people are lining up to do it all over again.
You know that expression, “like rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic”? Well, some people are ready to cough up big buck for the chance to do just that. Click here to read about the demand.