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For an "Executive Decision" segment, Cramer spoke with Arnold Donald, president and CEO of Carnival Corp. (CCL) , aboard the company's newest ship, Carnival Horizon.
Carnival currently serves 700 ports around the world with 105 ships that, and offers thousands of itineraries. Donald said Carnival's real competition is not other cruise lines, but rather land-based vacations that still make up 98% of the market.
While Carnival is a big proponent of technology and even gave the keynote at last year's Computer Electronics Show, Donald said everything they do, from their Ocean Medallion wearable technology for passengers to big data and artificial intelligence, is in service of providing guests with a personalized experience while on board.
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