A Caribbean Crowded With Ships Means Discounts for Cruise-Goers

Cruise ships in the Port of Willemstad, Curacao Photograph by Luis Acosta/AFP via Getty Images

Crippled cruise ships, engine fires, and passenger-sickening viruses: All that stuff is so last year for the cruise industry. A different and less-publicized problem—a flood of new cabins to sell—threatens to make 2014 another challenging year for the big cruise lines. (The norovirus? Well, that’s always lurking.)

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