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(L!1) MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES (SEPTEMBER 25, 2001) (REUTERS) EXT FOUNTAINE BLEAU HILTON HOTEL SLV FOUNTAINE BLEAU HILTON POOL AREA SCU SOUNDBITE (English) LISA COLE, PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTOR, FOUNTAINE BLEAU HILTON HOTEL, SAYING: "The occupancy rate, obviously after the incident, it really went down. The hotel emptied out. Those who were stranded and finally got out of here and got home, but three group businesses did cancel, so the hotel was very, very low in occupancy. However, it's going to be a bit sporadic for a while. You're going to have your highs and your lows. Your leisure business is what has softened the most." VARIOUS OF BEACH SCU SOUNDBITE (English) LISCA COLE SAYING: "Unfortunately, we did have a few cut backs and layoffs, like everybody in every business. We've had to tighten our belt. We've reduced people's hours, so to speak. If somebody works six days, they might only be working four right now. That's the first thing we did and then, of course, there were some layoffs." VARIOUS OF LINCOLN ROAD MALL VARIOUS OF CAFES ON LINCOLN ROAD MALL SOUNDBITE (English) FRANK CRUPI, GENERAL MANAGER VANDYKE CAF�����, SAYING: "It's been affected. You feel the drop. We, fortunately, are very much a local clientele, but we are feeling it, as well as a lot of places. Lincoln Road is nowhere where it nearly is on a Saturday or Sunday, or even during the week." GV STREETS AND CAFES EXTERIOR MIAMI SEQUARIUM AQUARIUM WHALE SHOW AQUARIUM DOLPHIN SHOW SOUNDBITE (English) ROBERT MARTINEZ, GENERAL MANAGER, MIAMI SEAQUARIUM, SAYING: "Business has, unfortunately, been slower. I would say probably in the neighbourhood of a 20 per cent slow down. That, mixed in with Hurricane Gabriel that came in last week, we have seen a slow down." ARIEL VIEW OF WALT DISNEY WORLD CARNIVAL CRUISE SHIP IN DRY DOCK, PORT OF MIAMI ARIEL VIEW OF CARNIVAL CRUISE SHIP HEADING OUT OF THE PORT OF MIAMI CARNIVAL CRUISE LINES CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS SCU SOUNDBITE (English) HOWARD FRANK, VICE CHAIRMAN OF CARNIVAL CRUISE LINE CORP. SAYING: "Bookings are running about 50 to 60 per cent of what we normally run bookings wise during this time of the year. So, bookings were quite soft during this period. People were focused on their televisions and watching the events in the last several days. It's been a difficult time for people to focus on taking vacations." COAST GUARD PATROLLING PORT OF MIAMI SCU SOUNDBITE (English) FRANK SAYING: "We think it's highly unlikely something could happen on a ship and we are prepared in the event that any issue should come up. We've got good security and people who know how to deal with these issues, should they happen, but we think it's highly unlikely that they would happen." CLOSE UP CARNIVAL CRUISE SHIP IN DRY DOCK, PORT OF MIAMI
Dateline: 2001

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