Want to go to China? Carnival Cruise Line is heading there in 2017.
As a result of Carnival Corporation’s expansion in China in 2017, four of its 10 brands will have at least one homeported cruise ship in China, further bolstering the company’s industry-leading presence in the market. The plan to deploy two additional ships – one new ship each for both its Carnival and AIDA brands – and operate four total brands in China in 2017 embodies Carnival Corporation’s long-term, multi-brand strategy to provide Chinese travelers with a variety of vacation options and experiences to meet growing demand across all segments of the Chinese market.
The company has not announced what ship will be deployed to China yet. That announcement is expected to come later this year.
Norwegian Cruise Line announced they are heading to China in 2017 earlier today.
Source/photo: Carnival Corp.
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