CruiseOffers.co.uk presents an infographic showing you the largest cruise ships currently operating, along with some facts about the size and scope of the Cruise Industry – both in The UK and on a global scale.
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A) Which are the largest cruise ships currently operating?
- Allure of the Seas
- Oasis of the Seas
- The Norwegian Epic
- Freedom of the Seas
- Liberty of the Seas
- Independence of the Seas
- RMS Queen Mary II
B) Facts about cruising
- The average length of a cruise is 7.2 days.
- 14% of all cruise passenfers are retirees.
- 39.8% of all cruises visit The Bahamas.
- 79% of passengers are married and 71% are graduates.
C) How big is the cruise industry?
- More than 16 million people went on a cruise in 2011 (worldwide).
- The cruise industry forecasts 17 million passengers for 2012.
- Since 1990 over 185 million passengers have embarked.
- 60% of all cruisers are repeat customers.
- 70% of all passengers originate in North America.
- The average cruise passenger is 46 years old.
D) The UK Cruise Industry
- 10.63% of global cruise passengers come from The UK.
- The Cruise Industry contributed £2.28bn to the UK economy in 2011.
- The UK’s busiest port is Southampton with 1.5 million passengers per year.
- The Cruise Industry provides employment for 78320 people in The UK either directly or indirectly.