China Report

Cruise Industry News has released a new digital report outlining the Chinese and Asia-Pacific cruise markets, the 2018 China Market Report.

The 95-plus-page report, available here as a PDF download, goes in-depth into China and Asia, including forecasting capacity growth in China and the Asia-Pacific region through 2027. It is the only forward looking and independently-researched data available on the Chinese cruise market.

Cruise Industry News profiles all the major cruise lines operating in Asia, from Carnival Corporation to Royal Caribbean and local operators.

View the table of contents here.

In addition, there are discussions with leading Chinese travel agents about the charter model and pricing, port news and updates from across the region, and a look at the fleet of ships in Asia through 2027.

There is also exclusive analysis and statistics of the Asia-Pacific market going back to 1998 and supply projections through 2027, in addition to a break-down of Asia-Pacific and China by operator and market capacity.

Click here to learn more and order the report.

The Cruise Industry News 2018 China Market Report Includes:

  • Year-by-year market reports on China from 2015 through 2027.

  • Updated data based on completely original and independent research.

  • Interviews with top executives at major cruise brands operating in the Asia-Pacific and Chinese market, including new Chinese cruise lines.

  • Articles looking at all major brands and companies in the market.

  • Cruise lines covered: Carnival Corporation, Princess, Costa, Royal Caribbean Cruises China, Royal Caribbean Cruises Asia-Pacific, SkySea, MSC Cruises, Norwegian, Bohai, Diamond, Genting, Star, Dream and Hurtigruten.

  • Discussion of the sales model and pricing, including interviews with major travel agencies that control significant supply in China with the charter sales model.

  • Market data through 2027, showing supply projections and capacity outlook.

  • Key developments for 2017, plus what to expect in 2018 in China.

  • Port news and infrastructure planning reports, including a map of key Chinese ports. Interviews and updates on 10+ Chinese ports, Hong Kong, plus a number of ports in Japan and South Korea reveal their latest plans.

  • Market capacity breakdown for Asia/Pacific and Chinese markets by cruise line.

  • A look at the current and future Asia/Pacific cruise fleet.

  • Coverage of the Japanese cruise market including its history, present status and future outlook. Interviews with management from Asuka (NYK), Mitsui and Venus.

  • The impact of the Korea travel plan, plus insight into Korea‚Äôs own ambitions to become a key homeport destination.

  • Fully independent reporting and research.