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% of Passengers on Full World Cruise


Dcoy

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I’m booked on the Queen Victoria for a 94 day World Cruise next January. :D This cruise has “segments” where passengers embark and disembark at certain ports during the cruise.

 

My question is to those who stay on the ship for the full cruise. How many or what % of the passengers are there for the full cruise? Are most of the passengers there the full time or is there a lot of movement at these ports? Also, if there is a lot of getting on and off, does this affect the passengers who are staying and trying to leave the ship to take tours?

 

Thanks ahead of time for any responses.

 

Don

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You may want to also ask about this on the Cunard Board.

 

Keith

 

Keith

 

Thanks, I just posted the same question there. I just thought that I may get responses from world cruisers besides just Cunard here.

 

Don

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Don, I cruise Crystal and the World Cruisers tend to make up anywheres from 25% to 50% of the total guest count. It varies year by year.

 

Keith

 

Keith

 

Thanks for the relay.

 

Don

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