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According to findings by the Passenger Shipping Association in 2012, Britons have developed a growing taste for the Norwegian fjords and Norway, which saw nearly 200,000 British cruise guests visiting the region last year, accounting for 44.
Cruising now accounts for one in eight package holidays booked, says the Passenger Shipping Association.
Although the Passenger Shipping Association said 12.
Bill Gibbons, director of the Passenger Shipping Association, said: "In less than 10 years the port has transformed its business from no cruise ships to a record number of calls and is fast becoming one of the UK's busiest regional ports for cruise passengers.
The Passenger Shipping Association estimates that nearly 850,000 cruise fans will join their ship at one of 20 UK departure ports during 2012, a 28% rise on 2010.
What will The Cruise Review by the Passenger Shipping Association says Britons splash more than pounds 2.
Christine Duffy, President and CEO of the Cruise Lines International Association, speaking on behalf of Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), European Cruise Council (ECC) and Passenger Shipping Association (PSA) today called on the International Maritime Organization to undertake what she termed: 'a comprehensive evaluation from the findings of the Costa Concordia investigation'.
The UK's Passenger Shipping Association (PSA) reckons as many as 1.