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  • Millennials are going on un-cruises
  • Millennials are going on un-cruises
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Millennials are going on un-cruises

The cruise industry is currently worth $37 billion. The cliché that these ‘floating malls’ only appeal to newlyweds or senior citizens is backed by the fact that only 7% of cruisers are Millennials. Can a company called Un-Cruise Adventures lure younger travellers aboard?

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