DETROIT (Jan 8, 2019) – CruiseCompete has released its CruiseCompete CruiseTrends™ 2018 Annual Report. This report compiles data for the last 12 months to produce a snapshot of the most popular consumer trends in cruising.
One interesting trend found on the report is the length of the booking window, which is the average number of days between the date a cruise was booked and the date it sails. Numbers show a wide variance between mainstream, luxury, and river lines.
To view all data for the CruiseCompete CruiseTrends™ 2018 Annual Report, click here.
CruiseTrends™ information is available monthly from CruiseCompete and may be insightful for financial analysts and travel writers. To see 12-months of cruise trend data, please click here: Cruise Trends.
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Consumers come to CruiseCompete to research and book cruise vacations. More than 1.5 million users have generated close to 4 million requests from consumers, and agents have delivered almost 17 million quotes since 2003. They can compare offers from trusted travel agents, see consumer reviews of agents and agencies responding, then contact travel agents directly for more information and to book cruises. CruiseCompete is a member of the Family Travel Association, the leading authority and resource for family travel information and is home to the Sea Tales 2018 Family Cruise Travel Planner at Travel Resources.
CruiseCompete CruiseTrends™ offers monthly stats for an inside look at consumer trends and what consumers want in cruise vacations.
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