And the Ships Just Keep on Coming

Industry officials at the Seatrade Convention in Miami said 28 new ships are planned for delivery over the next four years. It was further reported that the big four cruise companies—Carnival Corp., Royal Caribbean Cruises Inc., Star Cruises/NCL Group and MSC Cruises—will control more than 90 percent of the world's cruise capacity by 2010.

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