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Cruise prices are up signifcantly post-pandemic #320225
05/24/2024 08:44 PM
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Price per night appears about double pre-pandemic for run of the mill cruises with no uptick in cruise/food quality. we are noe seeing the effects of all the ships scrapped in 2020 on a snap decision.

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Re: Cruise prices are up signifcantly post-pandemic [Re: TJTrippe] #320239
05/25/2024 08:28 AM
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With every ship being built these days being probably at least double the size of the ships they retired, I wonder what the overall cruise capacity is now, versus what it was pre-pandemic. I can't imagine it's really that much smaller. Plus the new ships I guess are somewhat cheaper to run. My feeling is that it's probably more related to the overall price of everything being higher now. ..or I could be wrong altogether.


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Re: Cruise prices are up signifcantly post-pandemic [Re: TJTrippe] #320293
05/26/2024 01:55 PM
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Good point on the bigger boats replacing smaller.


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