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.” By the end of 2001, cruise bookings ...

Register for Complete Access (Valid Email Required)

By registering on MeetingsNet now, you'll not only gain access to New Views on Cruises, you'll get exclusive access to a large archive of premium content.

Already registered? here.