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Eco-Friendly Cruise ship
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...Cruise Ship Industry: Industry Analysis: A cruise ship is a term that refers to a passenger ship that is used for pleasure voyages. It is important to understand that the voyage itself and the amenities of the ship form part of the experience of the pleasure voyage (Wood, 2014). In as much as these voyages are always luxurious, cruise ships are on most occasion accused of environmental degradation and this is because they consumer a high level of fuel, leading to the emission of green house gases into the atmosphere. Studies reveal that green house gases are some of the major factors that have caused environmental changes, brought about by global warming. An example of a greenhouse... Repositioning the...
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Cruise ship business
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...Cruise ship business in Qatar Cruise ship business in Qatar The cruise line business has posted an average growth rate of 8.2% back in the early 1980s to date (CLAI, 2010). International tourism has owed to these figures that are projected to increase in the future. According to WHO 2011, people travel for leisure, tourism business as well as recreational facilities. Cruise industry analysts reveal that the industry market capacity has been used up to 70% with a further 5% increase expected to be seen in 2015 (Tony, 2011). Such figures indicate that there is major potential to venture in...
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Cruise ship tourism
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...Cruise ship tourism Question 1 The consolidated industries like the cruise industry are more competitive than fragmented industries because the cruise industry has the ability to build new ships that have neon lighting and bright colors that have never been witnessed in the fragmented industry before. Carnival pursued ships in the cruise industry as part of a market-development strategy (Pride & Ferrell, 2014). The consolidated industries also have marketing communication systems that are articulated to promote the entertainment architecture of the...
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Research Proposal for Marketing in the Cruise Ship industry
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...cruise lines such as Carnival, Seatrade, and MSC Cruises especially, are of the view that companies need to continue in order to survive the meltdown (holidayinsider.com, 2009). In such hard times, it is critical that companies change their approaches to management and marketing. This is a tricky business when considering the structure and operation of cruise businesses. By and large the cruise ship industry has been one of the fastest growing industries with a brief history of growth... Marketing Cruises in Times of Recession The cruise industry is one of the most lucrative industries which have altered drastically over the years due to changing consumer trend, demand, and external environment. This...
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Cruise ship accomodations and other accomodations of Rio brazil olympic
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...cruise ships’ rooms to be additionally constructed, and what governmental actions should be taken to cope with the possible room surplus after the Olympic event. Summary Brazil won the bid to host the 2016 Olympic Games. Members of the Brazil population are anticipating that the 2016 Olympic Games will be a basis for rejuvenating the country’s financial position and highlighting the cultural proficiency... Memo February 25, Henrique Meirelles, Rio Olympic ity Henry Cho, Seung Lee, LeandroMarinho Subject: Proposal for alternative, convertible and flexible types of accommodations for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. Purpose The purpose of this paper is to conduct a research to find the equilibrium number of cr...
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Carnival Cruise Line, The Fun Ship
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...Cruise Lines has been suffering the difficult economic times of the past decade, they nonetheless can boast over $1 billion in cash on hand. Such a high level of cash on hand allows the firm to continue to operate even and abysmally poor market periods as well as provide maintenance sustainment for the fleet of ships in large amount of machinery and equipment that running a cruise line necessarily entails. Comparatively, Royal Caribbean has a much lesser amount of cash on hand, approximately $450 million, due to the fact that it was only recently acquired by Norwegian Cruise lines (In the Deal Flow, 1998). Although this merger did not require any debt to be generated and ultimately... Section/# Carnival ...
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Why Cruise, why cruise line is used
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...Cruise ship to targeted audience is beneficial for them Why Cruise ship to targeted audience isbeneficial for them Cruise ships enable sea tourists to enjoy interesting sea voyages at their own pleasure. A cruise ship provides important travel and hospitality services for tourists, which people who are on vacation can enjoy. Such an experience becomes more interesting especially when the cruise ship follows safe sea routes with important landmarks, and sea animals (Fabbi, 2013). This paper explores why cruise ship to targeted audience is beneficial for them. Unlike in the past when sea voyages were inclusive experiences, current day cruise lines have tailored individual cruise ships... for...
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Cruise marketing
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...Cruise Marketing A cruise vacation is not necessarily expensive since the actual rates will depend upon the ship you choose, particular time you cruise, cabin category, how far in advance the reservation is made and the number of cabins you book. There are cruises to fit every budget. Cruising is the best vacation value. 2. Not at all, the present day cruise ships are one-class meaning that all the ships facilities are accessible to all people. But it’s good to keep in mind that the price of a cabin is merely based on its location and...
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Luxury Cruise Ships
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...Cruise Ships Benefits Luxury cruise ships provide personalized experience for guests, as well a life enriching travel experience. Luxury cruise ships are all-suite rather than inside rooms. Each of these suites has its own view of the sea and the sky. They also have plenty of space for guests, with some suites having private verandas. The luxury cruise ships experience involves a variety of intimate restaurants, in-suite dining and poolside grills. Guests can enjoy light continental breakfast on their verandas served by the butlers, a vast range of healthy lunch selections and afternoon tea in the traditional way, and divine dinners on every other night (Smith 56). This offers the meal... Luxury Cruise...
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Marketing - Marketing Metrics
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...Cruise ship marketing encompasses global marketing strategy. The research centers on the cruise ship marketing strategy. The research includes secondary data used to support the thesis. Profitable Cruise ship marketing includes global marketing strategies. 1. Cruise Ship Industry Reports. The cruise ship industry continuously generates an increasing trend. The same trend is considered a mainstream instead of a niche holiday. The trend shows that the ships are the destination goals of many of the cruise ship clients within the United Kingdom market segment. The mere thought that the cruise ship market segment will become saturated... ? Marketing Metrics Inserts His/Her Inserts Grade Inserts 20 March...
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Cruse Ship Managment
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...CRUISE ITINERARY MANAGEMENT Cruise Itinerary Management Developing cruise ship itineraries is undoubtedly a challengingendeavour considering the array of constraints and factors to consider. Cruise companies have adopted different methodologies across the world. However, there is no standard way of developing a cruise itinerary because different cruises call for different method of planning. Given the fact that cruise ship industry has been experiencing fast growth in the recent past with several new ports coming up, it is imperative that...
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Cruise line research
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...Cruise Line Research Design affiliation Cruise Line Research Design Background The cruise line research proposal was given by the company to the Victoria cruise industry, to uncover the reason for the decline of 2014 and is now going into the qualitative research stage. Although the seasonal visits to Victoria have numbered around 465,000 in 2014, there was a downward shift from 2013 (Peacock, 2014). This has presented as an opportunity for research. The reasons for the decline need to be found and analyzed so that the cruise ship industry can take steps in marketing to correct this...
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Case Study
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...Cruise Ships Over the past few years, the cruise ship industry has faced a number of accidents. In Carnival Cruise Lines’ cruise ship named Splendor, caught fire at sea. In February 2013, Triumph, a cruise ship under the same brand caught fire causing four thousand two hundred passengers to be stranded. These accidents have raised concern over the safety of cruise ships with some passengers opting out of the luxurious trips. After the accident involving the Triumph Cruise Ship, the company has embarked on advertisements and emergency upgrades that will help attract more passengers (Levere). Carnival Cruise Lines had established an office in Boston that concentrated... on advertising the...
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Memo to Passengers on Spree Cruise Lines
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...Cruise Lines Crew and Passengers of “Sensation” Cruise Ship Tara Hoopes 29 October, 2011 SUBJECT: Emergency Itinerary Changes As you may have all noticed in the past several hours, there has been some uncommon vibrations all over the cruise ship. After an immediate investigation by the cruise ships able crew, we found out that we cannot run both engines at this point. Unfortunately, this incident would cause us to travel on half power. After a thorough deliberation with Captain Galati, Engr. Ferguson, Cruise Director Ned, and the management people of Spree Cruise Lines, we expect our arrival into Cozumel to be delayed from Tuesday at 9:30 am, to same day at 4:00 pm... Memo to Passengers on Spree Cruise...
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Field Trip Reflection ( Cruise)
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...ship Grandeur of the Seas In October 21 we took a a tour in a cruise ship that is visiting Saint John. The ship was the Grandeur of the Seas and it has a capacity to carry 2200 passengers. She has more than 200 employees from 58 nationalities where most speak more than one language. The head of the cruise is the Capitan and he is responsible for the ship most especially with the safety of the crew and passengers. . The ship is just so huge and massive that I cannot help but wonder about the manpower, logistics and resources needed to keep it afloat for weeks during its cruise. It is a fascination to me because ships were normally just normally used to transport goods... ?Reflection about my visit of the...
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Carnival Cruise
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...Cruises and its Competitors" As a brief backgrounder, Carnival Cruises is the cruise line operator in the world, with roughly 12 cruise lines and 85 ships under its corporate umbrella. It is estimated that as of 2008 they are servicing over 7 million passengers around the world.1. In the global cruise line segment, its main competitors include Royal Caribbean International and Star Cruises. A closer look at these companies will give us a clearer illustration of the intricacies that define the cruise line industry. Royal Caribbean Cruises is the world's 2nd largest cruise line company in the world today. It is a Norwegian-American company that has its corporate headquarters in Miami... "On Carnival...
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Cruise lines Carnival vs Royal Carribean
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...cruise lines, and each has its own distinct attributes that make it uniquely appealing to its base. Carnival was founded in the early 1970s, while Royal Caribbean was established in 1969. They have grown to become the leading competitors in the pleasure cruise market. According to a review of the two carriers on Cruisemates.com, "it is the ongoing rivalry between the two lines that is largely responsible for bringing about the modern age of mass market cruising as we know it today" (http://cruisemates.com/articles/reviews/rci/index.cfm). Carnival's reputation has evolved from being associated with the young party crowd to being the "Fun Ships" with a less... Carnival and Royal Caribbean are the top two...
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Cruise Line Industry
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...ships, tag line, flag Cruise Line Industry Overview of Carnival Lines: History, Present, Future History, Mission, Vision: Ted Arison served in World War II in the British Army in the 1940s. An Israeli immigrant, he started a business running cargo between Israel and New York. However, this venture failed due to competition. In the early 50s, he moved to the United States and worked as a cargo manager for the Israel’s national airline. He then started an air freight company called Trans Air System in the late 1960s. At the age of 42 he moved to Miami to run a small cruise ship between Florida and the Caribbean. The ship was impounded due to owner debt; Arison transferred... Cruise Line Industry...
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...cruise ship on 21st October 2013. The visit’s objective was for the class to familiarize itself with the cruise ship’s environment and operations, as well as the benefits and challenges of working on a cruise ship. Prior to the visit, we had to do a brief background check on the cruise ship. According to the website of Royal Caribbean, which is the cruise ship’s mother company, the ship has been operational since it was completed in 1997. This paper seeks to provide a reflection on the class’ visit to the cruise ship, particularly with the regards to the objectives... ? Field Trip Reflection FIELD TRIP REFLECTION For my Resort and Recreation Management the led the in a visit to the Grandeur of the Seas...
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The environmental impacts of the cruise industry on Caribbean island nations
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...cruise industry in the Caribbean region far outweighs the economic benefits. 2. Cruise tourism in the Caribbean Cruising started as preferred mode of travel by the social elite in the 1920s and the latter part of the 20th century has seen tremendous growth in the industry following a decline post World War II (Johnson 2002). Worldwide cruise tourism has catered to 8.5 million customers between 1980 and 1997. The passenger figures are expected to reach 14.2 million by 2010 (Butt 2007). Today the super-mega cruise ships use cutting edge of design and technical innovation, and they offer multifaceted recreational experience on board. In 1998, the Caribbean received 50% of the world’s cruise... The...
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First Time Going on Cruise
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...cruise line that fits within your budget. Some travel sites also give huge discounts on various on-board activities and also off shore excursions. The number of days and cheap hotels are also issues that are crucial for students. A basic cruise ship comes with internet access, fitness center on board, food, drink, alcohol beverages. The internet service is not free and one is also charged for incoming calls. They also have many activities to keep you entertain at all time. The activities can range from playing basketball, swimming, ice skating... Going on cruise is fun, especially when it is the first time! There is huge sense of excitement and anticipated adventure that adds to the experienceof...
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Cruise industry in India
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...Cruise industry in India Cruising today represents an age of elegance, sophistication along with the feeling of enjoying such a rich travel experience that instills a cruise vacation with so many mystiques. A great deal of time is wasted in activities like checking-in and out of hotels, making flight connections. There are many more tangible attractions to cruising, such as value for money, excellence of service, huge variety of appeal and an ideal source of all round entertainment and fun. Cruising is a wonderfully thrilling way to spend a vacation. In today's world there are over 50 major Cruise Lines that sail over 300 cruise ships throughout the world. Cruising... ...
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Proposal for alternative, convertible and flexible types of accommodations for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games
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...Cruise Ship (Honeywell, n.d.). There are various reasons that make this option viable. First, the city of Rio de Janeiro is surrounded by water, which makes the use of cruise ship possible, as the visitors and the athletic members will only be sleeping in the regions surrounding the city. The advantage of this option is that; it will allow for the provision of ample... Alternative, convertible and flexible types of accommodations for the Rio Olympic Games While more effort has been applied to ensure that ample accommodation will be available for all the visitors to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil during the Olympic Games of 2016, a crisis is looming, either for the erection of the physical accommodation...
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Research project on Maritime transportation
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...Cruise ships entail considerable passenger’s ship that does ferry people in several routes, notably its main core-load is the passengers. Despite of the waves, strong winds and the uncertainties in the ocean and seas, ships makes good and steady maritime transport. Primarily, this research project analyses the background, research problems, research objectives... from the usual transport ability. Therefore, in order to revive this nature of maritime transport, the Love Boat made it more luxurious in order to capture the interest of those who wanted to travel in luxury or was going to vacation, and this was in influence by the year 1970s. Following this, there was a growth in the...
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Cruise Shipping: Management Control and Prospects for the Greek economy
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...cruise ship 20 Methodology 25 Research questions 25 Recent accident of the Costa Concordia cruise ship in Italy 26 Relation between Cruise companies and the government 29 Prospects of cruise in Greece 33 Conclusion 39 References 42 Introduction When all the sectors are taken into consideration, cruise shipping is one of the fastest growing ones. It has provided employment opportunities to a significant number of people and many people are inclined towards... Table of Contents 2 Introduction 4 Literature Review 6 Management control 6 Contingency theory and relation with management control 10 Similarities and dissimilarities with hospitality industry 14 Impact of the culture of the sea on running a cruise ...
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Globalization
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...cruise ship. A cruise ship can be an important part of the globalization process as it offers a way for people to travel to many different places on a single trip. Cruise lines have to work very closely with border patrols and immigration officers. Passengers exchange cultures, money, and knowledge with citizens of the cities and countries... I have chosen a topographical photograph of the Seattle, as it is one that strongly suggests globalization to me. Globalization occurs when people, cultures, and economies come together at a regional level and reach international levels. This process makes our large world feel smaller as many connections are made. In my photograph we can see a picture of a cruise sh...
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Norwegian Cruise Lines
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...Cruise Lines Answer Norwegian Cruise Line is one of the reputed organizations maintaining its operating in cruise ships. It is headquartered in Miami-Dade, Florida and started its operations since 1996 by the name of NCL. The prime aim of NCL is to increase its market share and brand equity in the market among others. This may be possible through productivity measurement procedures such as single factor productivity measure and multifactor productivity measure. Single factor means a measure of the output along with the single source of input and in case of multifactor, a bundle of inputs are used. In case of NCL, multifactor productivity measure is used. Yes, productivity measurement... Norwegian...
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Perception and attitude of British customers towards cruise travel
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...cruise travel Tourism management is the control and handling of travel for vacation purposes by foreigners or locals to places within ones country or location. The cruise industry mostly focuses on those visitors that use the cruise ship for travel purposes or tourism purposes in a region. The main focus in this paper is to discuss the perceptions and attitudes of the British customers toward cruise travel in the tourism sector (Weaver 366). Britain has a coastline that covers an area of about 12429 km2 so perhaps it is not exactly surprising for them to have a seafaring tradition. It is norm for them. The first of the cruise line industry was traced back... Perception and attitude of British s towards...
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Communication, Ethics, and Society
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...cruise ship d “Triumph” failed to follow the ethical specifications of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) (Brown & Black, 2011). Comparing the ship’s predicament to Hurricane Katrina was a severe case of misrepresentation. Portraying the story in this manner possibly sent unnecessary shock waves. Many followers of this story might have interpreted the comparison to the devastating Hurricane to mean a catastrophic shipwreck which was not close to the truth. It is grossly unethical for Media houses with viewership all over the world such as the Cable News Network to create false alarms. CNN’s story seemed more about creating a trending story... Insert The news reports on the carnival cruise...
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Case Study Report_Special Interest Tourism
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...Cruise Tours (If required, please discuss with on Academia-Research.com 16 Dec 2009 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2. Tourism Marketing Strategies 3. Special Interest Tourism Definitions 4. Trends and Socio-demographic Issues 5. Summary References 1. Introduction Barbados attracted almost one million tourist and cruise passenger arrivals in 2007-2008. A popular cruise destination, the country had 406 cruise ship calls in 2007-2008 with about 730,000 cruise passenger arrivals (68% in the winter season). The country has a thriving tourism industry, with tourism arrivals of over 500,000 (2007), complementing the cruise industry arrivals. Tourism... SPECIAL INTEREST TOURISM ENTERPRISES: Barbados...
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HOSPITALITY/TOURISM LAW
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...Cruise ship accidents and Tourism Law Introduction Tourism is gradually becoming an economic pillar for most economies due to its rapid growth across the world. Both local and international tourism have been popularized by the need of people to go out and visit places with beautiful sceneries and attraction sites. One ought to note that the growth of tourism across the globe has also come with its challenges. Since this industry is an image industry in which any slight mistakes can lead to the defamation of a tourism package, the hospitality and tourism is therefore very delicate to handle. Therefore, the industry players here... Hospitality and tourism law al affiliation Hospitality and tourism law...
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CRISIS COMMUNICATION ASSIGNMENT
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...cruise ship Our cruise ship Smooth Magic has been Hijacked. It was hijacked today at 03:36GMT by sea pirates in the notorious Gulf of Aden, en route Oman. The company’s ship passed through Gulf of Aden because pirates’ activities had been altered by naval warship controls was the route was deemed safe. The company has made contact with ships captain John Williams. According to the hijacked ship captain, men in five small boats approached the ship about 560 miles off the Coast of Somalia, fired on it and boarded it. The Captain could not change course because the pirates’ actions were fast, rapid and dangerous. Pirates were armed with deadly weapons including AK-47... ?Terrorist attack Smooth Magic cruise ...
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Special Interest Tourism in Barbados
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...Cruise Tours (If required, please discuss with on Academia-Research.com 16 Dec 2009 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction 2. Tourism Marketing Strategies 3. Special Interest Tourism Definitions 4. Trends and Socio-demographic Issues 5. Summary References 1. Introduction Barbados attracted almost one million tourist and cruise passenger arrivals in 2007-2008. A popular cruise destination, the country had 406 cruise ship calls in 2007-2008 with about 730,000 cruise passenger arrivals (68% in the winter season). The country has a thriving tourism industry, with tourism arrivals of over 500,000 (2007), complementing the cruise... SPECIAL INTEREST TOURISM ENTERPRISES: Barbados...
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Film Analysis Project - Carnival Cruise Lines
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...Cruise Lines s Firm Analysis Project- Carnival Cruise Lines Overview of the company Carnival Cruise Lines is a cruise line found in Doral Florida which is a suburb of Miami in the US. The cruise line is owned by a British-American Carnival Corporation & PLC. The firm has the biggest fleet having about 23 vessels which are presently in action that attract about 21.1% of the global market share. The North American segment of the company provides most of the executive management. The company was the first to initiate the shorter and cheaper cruises. A wide variety of activities are provided on board where the ships are widely known for their Las-Vegas mode of decor... ? Firm Analysis Project- Carnival...
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Negative Message
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...Cruise California. To, Mrs. Erica Evander 2408 Fairview Road, Costa Mesa, CA 92629.Sub.: Compensation offer in Diamond Princess Cruise liner Dear Madam We greatly appreciate the fact that you had chosen our cruise ship for 16-night voyage with scheduled stops in Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai and other Asian ports. We make efforts to provide best services to our valued customers at Diamond Princess. But at times, we have to make tough decisions for their safety. The sea storm in the current voyage had forced us to reschedule ports in order to avoid the dangerous typhoon. Customers’ safety and wellbeing have always been our priority and circumventing... May 17, From, XX Relation Officer Diamond Princess...
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Hotel Management
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...cruise industry, also known as Cruise Liner or Cruise Ship is a passenger ship that is entirely used for pleasure cruises. The industry uses the cruise itself with a combination of the ship’s amenities as part of experience and several other activities plus the destinations along the routes. The kind of transport they offer to their customers does not have a prime purpose since it often operates on routes that eventually get the passengers back to the original port. Recently, the Cruise Industry has become more competitive in land-based resorts because of several gigantic strategies that have seen in gain large market share, in the resort vacation business... at the Cruise...
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Written Business Communication (Assignment #4B)
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...cruise ship, the Diamond Princess. We understand that $250 offered as credit for on-board spending during the voyage did not meet your expectations, but it was the best that could be offered at that time. We would like the pleasure of your company aboard Diamond Princess for the voyage that suits your preferences at a 50% discount. However, many times, situations demand that we make tough decisions for their safety.We sincerely regret that your journey... February 20, Mrs. Erica Evander 2408Fairview Road Costa Mesa, CA 92629 Dear Mrs. Evander: It has always been our endeavor to provide our customers with the very best services and ensure optimal measures for their safe and pleasant journey on our cruise ...
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Norwalk virus
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...ship presented with symptoms of vomiting, stomach cramping, nausea andwatery diarrhea which are all part of the symptomatic complex of Norwalk virus. As a cruise ship, the food is vulnerable to contamination due to the long hours that are spent at sea. At sea the majority of products that are utilized are vegetables which are the most susceptible to contamination from norovirus. In addition, the patients present with symptoms of gastroenteritis which are also signs of infection by the norovirus. The period which the symptoms persisted is also common in Norwalk virus infections as they can last between 1 to 4 days. The fact that the individuals... in the ship who ate the same...
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Tourism Trend
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...cruise tourists began their voyage from Florida registering a 2.6 percent increase over 2011. In 2011, 13.5 million passengers took advantage of cruise ship vacation. Port Miami and Port Everglades have become top cruise ship organizing port in Florida. Port Everglades can boast of having the worlds largest cruise ship – a 225,000-ton Royal Caribbean mega ship called the Oasis of the Seas. The ship can accommodate nearly 6300 passengers. While Port Miami handled 1.9 million cruise tourists in 2012, almost 1.8 million tourists began their voyage from Port Everglades located in Broward County. Port Canaveral was also... Tourism Trend Contents I. INTRODUCTION II. CURRENT TREND IN...
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The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business Essay
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...cruise to travel deserved to be offered excellent services by the shipping company. However, as they returned to their cabin, they found two employees of DWI who were stealing their money and Mrs. Lowell's jewellery. Mr. Lowell struggled with the robber until he suffered a fatal heart attack while Mrs. Lowell was locked in one of the restroom. They had boarded a cruise known as Minnow that fly Liberian flag. The cruise issued receipts... Running head: LEGAL ADVICE FOR DIVERSIFIED WORLDWIDE INDUSTRIES INC FROM THEIR VP The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business (DWI) University: The Legal and Ethical Environment of Business (DWI) Mr. and Mrs. Lowell having used Diversified Worldwide Industries Inc. crui...
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Search Warrant Exceptions
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...cruise ship while it was on its way to Los Angeles after a five-day cruise. A woman... Running Head: Admissions and Confessions Search Warrant Exceptions By Admissions and Confessions According to Section 3501 of the 18 USC, confessions, in criminal procedure may refer “to confessions of guilt of any criminal offense or any self-incriminating statement made or given orally or in writing.” Admissions, on the other hand, refer to any confession other than that made by the accused in a criminal case. Admissions and confessions are statements which have the effect of giving adverse consequences to a person’s case. According to the case of Bruton v US, 391 US 123, confessions can be the most damaging evidence ...
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Vacation with Carnival Cruise Lines to the Western Caribbean
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...Cruising the Western Caribbean: Jamaica, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel Taking a cruise is a wonderful way to get to several destinations in a short time, for one price. Instead of having to plan separate vacations to each island or destination, cruise packages offer multiple destinations in one area, such as the Western Caribbean package offered by the Carnival Cruise Line. As an added bonus, while traveling on the cruise, there are always things to do aboard ship, thereby eliminated the (sometimes) boring in-between travel time between destinations, alongside the fact that most of everything is usually included in the cruise package while aboard ship (though it is always advisable to check... a...
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Issues associated with Environmental regulatory control for ship operators
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...Shipping activities associated with the release of particulate matter can cause a significant amount of water pollution, considering that both the cruise ships and the cargo ships emit both gaseous and solid wastes into the water in oceans, thus tampering with the water purity. The effect of water pollution is both the degradation of the marine life and the aquatic environment, which in turn also affects the human health (NRDC, 2013:m.p.). The major environmental pollution issues associated with the particulate matter released by the shipping activities include both bacterial and viral contamination of the plants and animals... Issues associated with Environmental regulatory control for ship operators...
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Law
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...cruise ship owned and operated by the defendant. The appellant slipped and fell on the cruise ship while walking through the Conservatory restaurant located in the ship. On falling on the restaurant’s floor, the appellant, Dawkins, sustained soft tissue injuries in her knee and wrist. She claimed that there was a small pool of fluid, which made the floor slippery making her slip... ? Case Study EWCA Civ 1237 The case involved an appeal by the plaintiff (Mrs. Janet Dawkins) against the judgment of a lower court (Southampton County Court) regarding the personal damages claims by the appellant.1 Mrs. Janet Dawkins was involved in an accident while she was travelling in international waters, in a P & O...
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Report on Options for a trip
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...ships that travel to Jamaica frequently. In order to save money it would be preferable to buy the tickets in advance because airlines and cruise ship give better price if you pay for them a few months in advance. Another consideration is the lodging and how many days the trip will last. I believe that a one week trip would be a nice balance between not spending too much and having enough time to visit the different tourist attractions available in Jamaica. Once I reach Jamaica in order to not be dependent on taxis and public transportation I will rent a car. I also have to buy new clothes for the trip as well as hygiene products. I hope...
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Trip Report to Saint John Market Place
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...Cruise ship passengers that dock at the harbor are made to feel welcome as they enter the city. On docking at the harbor, one is welcome by several volunteers dressed in traditional regalia who hands out... ? Trip Report to Saint John Market Place al Affiliation Trip Report to Saint John Market Place Saint John is regarded as one Canada’s most beautiful and attractive city. Located on the country’s southeastern Atlantic Seaboard, the city acts as a quaint harbor town for about 122, 000 residents. It takes only about 3 hours drive from the U.S. border Maine to the city. The city is very rich in cultures and has exciting nature incursions due to the influence of the French and the British on the city....
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Article Analysis
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...Cruise ship lines, Alaska officials question new air pollution limits” by Juliet Eilperintalks about the measures taken by the federal government to control air pollution in the United States and Canada waters and how these restrictions have raised concerns in the cruise industry and among lawmakers. The new restrictions indicate that beginning August 2012, all large ships travelling within 200 miles of the Canadian and United States coasts will be required to burn cleaner fuel. It is predicted that the new restrictions will phase out the globe’s dirtiest transportation fuel in the United States waters. However, the restrictions have... Article Analysis A Brief Overview of the Issue The article “Cruise...
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The cruise industry is growing quickly, but it does not have a good reputation for being sustainable. Amongst other claims it is said that ships often offload waste in inappropriate places and the tourists themselves are arguably not in port long enou
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...cruise industry are a serious problem. If the waste is not properly disposed of it has some significant effect in the natural environment. For example, cruise ships pass throughout the Caribbean. This ship carries approximately 3,000... TOURISM Introduction Most of the tourism industries should always be determined in promoting tourism that should provide maximum benefits to the nation, coastal communities, local people and the marine environment. This should be attained by having minimal adverse effect on the above factors (D’Amore et al, 1988). The introduction of tourism in an area usually alters the way the local people and the country uses and value marine ecosystem. Before the introduction of touri...
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: RISK ASSESSMENTS OF SHIP COLLISIONS IN HIGH-TRAFFIC MARINE TERRITORY
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...ship to ship collision is about 20% of the yearly reported marine accidents cases [2]. Other than ship to ship collisions, a ship can collide with bridges, quay, costal reefs, icebergs and random floating objects. The well-known devastating accident of RMS Titanic colliding with icebergs in 1912 had resulted in 1514 loss of life. Although enhancement in technologies offers convenience and safety improvements, ship collisions are still happening. Exactly 100 years later after RMS Titanic incident in 2012, Costa Concordia, an Italian cruise ship, capsized and sank after striking an underwater... PROJECT- II REPORT IME864: Risk Analysis Fall, Wichita Wichita, KS USA PROJECT-II: RISK ASSESSMENTS OF SHIP...
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...Cruise Line Holdings Carnival Corporation & PLC isthe largest cruise ship line globally; however, it has been struggling in the market. Their competitors have been rising steadily and their revenue fluctuating hence calling for analysis. Carnival Corporation lacks vision for the future market share, which is one of their main problems. Carnival Corp had to form strategies to improve its revenue. First, they collaborated with NBC Universal, an entertainment company which would provide an affordable form of entertainment in the cruises and increase revenue (Baldwin 3). On the other hand, cruise services offered by Norwegian Cruise... Flaws in Carnival Corporation PLC as Compared to those in Norwegian...
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