New Views on Cruises

Like the rest of the country, the cruise industry stood still September 11.

“Things came to a screeching halt,” says Joyce Landry, president and CEO of Landry & Kling, which arranges cruise-based meetings and incentive programs. “We had about a six-week period after September 11 when there was a lot of indecision by corporations. But soon we found that projects on hold were starting to commit, and by the end of October new bookings were coming in.”

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