Cruise Industry to Recover by 2023 According to CLIA

At Seatrade Cruise Global in Miami, Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), shared that passenger volume is expected to recover, and even surpass 2019 levels, by 2023. Kelly Craighead, President and CEO, CLIA, added that passenger volumes are projected to recover 12 per cent above pre-pandemic levels by the end of 2026.

CLIA also found that “intent to cruise” is recovering, with 63 per cent of cruisers or potential cruise passengers indicating they are “very likely” or “likely” to set sail in the next two years. 69 per cent of respondents who had never cruised before said they are open to a cruise, which exceeds pre-pandemic levels.

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