I thought more people would have been behind the team because regardless of the outcome it is a privilege for
Bermudato be there (World Cup),” C Travel’s Pam Maybury told The Royal Gazette yesterday.
“I feel that any sporting team or anybody who is representing
Bermudaas far as sports is concerned needs to have some sort of following which helps to make a big difference.”
In an effort to boost numbers, C Travel are offering chartered flights directly to Trinidad and a 14-night World Cup package that includes hotel accommodation – beginning at $210 per night – while game tickets can also be purchased.
Yet business remains slow with the number of people having arranged to travel to
Trinidadthrough C Travel said to be “just over 100”.
Maybury now hopes to see an increase in ticket sales as the cricket spectacle draws nearer.
"Bermudians do tend to move at the last moment. And so we are still hoping things do pick up later,” she said.
Bermudaare in a group with former World Cup champions Sri Lanka India as well as in Group B." Bangladesh