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  • Cruise Ships: Is bigger better

    Cruise Ships: Is Bigger Better? “Size matters not. Look at me. Judge me by my size‚ do you? Hmm? Hmm. And well you should not.” -Yoda‚ Star Wars: Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back Throughout the world‚ there are hundreds of thousands of vacation possibilities a person can go and experience. Tourism has become a big business‚ and in terms of size‚ cruise ships are a big fish in the ocean of tourism. However‚ within the cruise ship industry‚ there is still a

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  • Cruise Ship and Island Queen

    - Negotiation Simulation 3 (Assessed) – Island Cruise To be emailed to relevant team members in week 9 – strictly confidential MGB225 - NEGOTIATION SIMULATION 3 (ASSESSED) WEEK 10 CAPTAIN STUART BING – TEAMS A‚ C & D ISLAND CRUISE Introduction In this exercise you will participate in a negotiation about a cruise ship and its rights to visit a tropical island. You will role-play this negotiation as either the director of the cruise ship or the mayor of the island. The issues to be discussed

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  • Cruise Ship

    A cruise is providing customers with an experience of a lifetime. The company seeks to fulfill the following needs of the customers to the extent of delighting them: • Customer Service • Delivering on its Promise  MARKET TRENDS: The tourism industry has been growing at a high rate for the last few years. Due to busy lives‚ people are willing to spend more on vacations than anything else. Though most vacation packages are costly‚ but they provide a feeling of satisfaction and serve as a source

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  • Cruise Ship

    CRUISE SHIP A cruise ship or cruise liner is a (usually very large) passenger ship used for pleasure voyages‚ where the voyage itself and the ship ’s amenities are part of the experience‚ as well as the different destinations along the way. Transportation is not the prime purpose‚ as cruise ships operate mostly on routes that return passengers to their originating port‚ so the ports of call are usually in a specified region of a continent. In contrast‚ dedicated transport oriented ocean liners

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  • Th Cruise Ship Industry Effects

    The Cruise Ship Industry Carlene Shaw Northern Caribbean University Tour209: Caribbean Tourism and Travel Ms. Murihead Question 2 1. (a) Critically evaluate the impacts that the cruise ship industry has on destinations. (b) Suggest recommendations that can be used to minimize or mitigate the problems        Identified in question 2a. 

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  • Norovirus on Cruise Ships

    2013 | Cruise Line | Cruise Ship | Date | Number of Passengers Affected | Number of Crew Affected | Celebrity Cruises | Celebrity Infinity | 03/17 - 04/01 | 101 of 2086 (4.84%) | 17 of 927 (2.05%) | Princess Cruises | Ruby Princess | 03/03 - 03/10 | 266 of 3129 (8.50%) | 10 of 1‚189 (0.84%) | Royal Caribbean Cruise Line | Vision of the Seas | 02/25 - 03/08 | 118 of 1991 (5.93%) | 3 of 765 (0.39%) | 2012 | Cruise Line | Cruise Ship | Date | Number of Passengers Affected | Number

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  • The Pollution Caused by Cruise Ships

    Caused by Cruise Ships James Tapp Business Ethics‚ BUAD 5304 Cruise ships and the industry as a whole are vital to the economic stability of the local port cities in which they dock at daily. These ships carry up to 3‚000 passengers who spend enormous amounts of money at tourist locations around the world. It is estimated that millions of dollars are generated and placed into the tourism markets annually. This is great news for local communities that depend on the cruise ship industry in

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  • Cruise Ships Accident

    the Grand Voyager of Iberojet Cruises was smacked by a wave that knocked out propulsion and communications systems and injured 20 passengers. In 2010‚ the Louis Majesty‚ operated by Louis Cruise Lines‚ was struck by 26-foot waves off the coast of France‚ smashing glass and killing two of the 1‚400 passengers and injuring another 14. Preventive measures: Ship windows are being strengthened‚ and scientists are studying the prevalence of rogue waves across the ocean so that ships can be warned to avoid high-risk

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  • Cruise Ship Definition and Its Anatomy

    CRUISE SHIP A cruise ship or cruise liner is a passenger ship used for pleasure voyages‚ where the voyage itself and the ship’s amenities are part of the experience‚ as well as the different destinations along the way. Transportation is not the prime purpose‚ as cruise ships operate mostly on routes that return passengers to their originating port‚ so the ports of call are usually in a specified region of a continent. The rapid growth and specialization process experienced by the cruise industry

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  • Cruise Ship: Holland America

    CRUISE SHIP: HOLLAND AMERICA Holland America Line operates a fleet of 15 premium cruise ships offering more than 500 cruises annually on all seven continents. Holland America Line operates Cruise Tours to Alaska that combine a cruise with a land experience. CRUISE SHIPS Make annual World Voyages‚ sailing around the world‚ usually ranging from January to March/April/May. Statendam Class (S Class) - They were the first new HAL cruise ships to incorporate features like the atrium‚ the two-deck

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