Carnival stock plummets in wake of cruise disaster
The cruise ship industry faces an uphill task to restore confidence among customers spooked by spectacular images of the stricken Costa Concordia flipped on its side and could suffer a major hit to sales in a key booking period.
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#1 Jan 17, 2012
OK. so a cruise ship ran aground in Italy and that was not good, but why should that frighten anyone into not going on a cruise? Airplanes crash, trains wreck and automobiles are involved in accidents every day.
I am sailing on the Carnival Conquest on 01/29/2012.
This will be our 8th cruise and the ship did not sink on any of the first 7, so I have no reason to think that this one will either.
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