Ep 15: The Future of Cruise Travel in Asia Pacific

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22 Apr 2020 • 33m25s

COVID-19 has raised crucial questions about the future of cruising worldwide.

In this week’s pod, Gary and Hannah discuss the challenges ahead for cruise lines, port operators and passengers in South East Asia, China, Korea, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.

Cruise travel in Asia Pacific has expanded rapidly in recent years, but with widespread lockdowns, travel bans and fears about onboard health and safety, can cruising redefine itself for the post-pandemic tourism landscape?

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