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Bankrupt – Premier Cruise Lines





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Not several sector altering firms go unnoticed these days, but there were being a time again in the mid 1980’s, where the official cruise line of Walt Disney Globe was booming. Their loved ones cruise product adjusted all the things and developed giant competition, which include Disney. Lets search at the fascinating history of Premier Cruise Lines.

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  1. Hey everyone, thanks so much for watching this video. It took me a very long time to get this whole thing together so hopefully you enjoyed it. If you'd like to support the channel even further please take a look at NordVPN.
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  2. How one cruise line changed an entire industry and started disney cruises by doing what noone else thought to do I wish disney would make their own big red boat

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  3. My first cruise was on Premier out of Port Canaveral in 88 . Loved it !!

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  4. Only 1 mid-roll ad!
    Good honest man

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  5. Amazing thank you for this documentary

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  6. ok

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  7. So I'm watching this in a binge mode, and tbh this episode seems worse than the first one. It's good that you got to talk with none other that one of the company's founders, but his ramblings kind of got exhausting and the pacing of this episode is just different. I still enjoyed it though, and I'm obviously too late with this comment, buuuuut still.

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  8. Ships back then look more… shippy…

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  9. Jake is cute AF

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  10. Can you someday do Bankrupt – Swissair?

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  11. Go remove the NVPN link because the service got hacked.

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  12. The Hubris of Dial. 😂

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  13. Our family sailed on the Oceanic back in the early 90's with 3 yes 3 very young kids!!! My youngest was only a year! Then we spent rest of the week at the Contemporary Resort. It was our first family vacation…I'm sure they don't remember but we have the pictures and the VHS tapes to prove it!!!!

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  14. Advert: buy your next cruise

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  15. good story, great video!

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  16. At 16:00….ive been there…Disney dream

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  17. I work at premier cruise line as a dining room waiter, ship big red boat 2

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  18. Do Thomas Cook. (I miss it)

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  19. Suggestion : add subtitles in your videos

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  20. John TEETS lol.

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  21. Cool videos but Can u make a bankruptcy with SAAB?

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  22. We lost Thomas Cook, nearly 200 yrs old, this week along with the last UK owned bus manufacturer, Wrights. Sept. 2019 RIP.

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  23. correction It's Not Orlando its in Kissimmee

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  24. BIG AND BIGGER DESTROYERS OF NATURAL BEAUTY .. HOWEVER THE UNRESTRICTED BUILDING IN PROGRESS ON THE WHOLE OF THE CARRIBEAN ISLANDS FOR THE HAPPY FEW ARE MORE DAMAGING

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  25. This video is absolutely incredible. The fact you were able to reach out to a primary source, one of the few men behind the company himself, is truly amazing. Your dedication to your videos is fantastic!

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  26. IM REALLY LIKING YOUR BANKRUPT EPISODES! KEEP IT UP!

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  27. in the bankrupt intro atri is there can you do one on them?
    thanks

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  28. Hello Jake I sent you a message on FB. My wife and I went on the Big Red Boat in 1996 on the Starship Atlantic. I have old 8 MM video tape I would like to share with you. Love your Channel!!! Hope to hear from you. Thank you.

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  29. 0:46 to skip the promotion

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  30. What’s this? 17 year olds don’t think 6 year olds are ‘rad?’

    IMPOSSIBLE

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  31. Can you do maybe Enron or Delta Air Lines?!

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  32. Thanks for this posting. My wife and I are enthusiastic cruisers and we had the opportunity to sail on Premier’s last ship about 3/4 months before they filed Chapter VII. The cruise originated in Aruba and sailed the southern Caribbean. It was built for 750 passengers but had only 350 aboard our cruise. The service was spectacular since there was also 350 crew members aboard. The passengers were mostly Brazilian and they were the most fun people ever. The ship was “tired” of course but we didn’t mind. It was a great cruise but we weren’t surprised when they folded.

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  33. Why save products we all can Enjoy when THE USA customers use their capital to buy quality products like Heroin,Potato crisps & Bukkakke movies?? THE production schema and Price,taxes follows the selfproclaimed Guru of economics Milton Friedman recipe Zionomics.

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  34. Just found your channel and I'm already addicted.
    Good job

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  35. First of all, thank you for an informative and well produced video! In the 1980s, you could be successful in the cruise industry by operating second hand ships, like Premier did. However, by the second half of the 1990s, it was clear that this concept would not work much longer and new ships were essential for success, like Bruce mentioned. Facilities like cabins with balconies and multiple dining options became standard and these could not be installed in old ships. Premier certainly widened the appeal of cruising and deserves merit for doing that. However, one might say that the cruise industry as a whole had to start to look beyond the traditional couples’ market to keep filling the ships that they started to build in growing numbers since the 1990s.

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  36. My wife and I cut our cruising teeth on The Oceanic in the late 90's. Since then we have stayed exclusively with Disney Cruise lines. We love cruising.

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  37. Skip the echo in the next video.

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  38. i miss the oceaniic ship went on two cruse on her

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  39. You should do a cancelled episode about the show Forever. I was so sad when it ended.

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  40. They should've sold to Disney.

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  41. I remember sailing on Starship Oceanic in 1997. I was 9 years old, and there was a bad storm (20-30 ft waves) the first night. It was an adventurous night, my sister and I being tossed around in the pools, and you couldn't go on deck, because the spray was so strong.

    It was fine after that, and I loved it.

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  42. Can you do an episode on D. A. N. E. SEA LINES… A Greek shipping company operating for the 70s until 2004.

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  43. Please do b&i lines next

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