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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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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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P&O Cruises Marketing Concepts

P & O Cruises is one of Australia’s and New Zealand’s leading cruise lines that offer cruise holiday packages to exotic locations. P&O Cruises covers the five core marketing concepts, including: human needs, wants and demands; market offerings; value and satisfaction with the product or service; exchanges, transactions and relationships; and the target market. The marketer must try to understand the target market’s needs, wants and demands. The human needs are basic requirements which include food...

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Kai Tak Development

phased completion of a planned transport network, the new cruise terminal at the Kai Tak development site and neighbouring districts will be more closely connected, enhancing economic benefits, Secretary for Commerce & Economic Development Gregory So said. In a written reply to the Legislative Council, Mr So said the Government will continue to co-operate closely with major cruise companies and the Hong Kong Tourism Board to attract more cruise vessels to Hong Kong. He said more resources will be...

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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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proj 587

Most of the work of this project could be done internally with existing staff. One weekend of operations will be impacted by the project in its entirety. Project Rocky The Alaskan cruise ship industry is booming. For some reason, people like to look at icebergs. Unfortunately, our company is servicing no cruise ships in Alaska. Project Rocky is to expand into the Alaskan market. This project will require the acquisition of property in Alaska, renovation of that property, and staffing of the facility...

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Sponsorship

MARIPOSA CRUISES Mariposa Cruises has established itself as Canada’s leader in the hospitality cruise industry. Defining itself a guaranteed success, at the highest level of service and best possible location there is at the Toronto Habour Waterfronts. Mariposa Cruises envisions that they will give the best dynamic experiences; brining world class level of excellent quality service. Their emphasis on true values is responsibility on the greater community through their actions, being a good neighbour...

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Case Study: Rough Water Ahead

Case study: Rough Waters Ahead 1. Assuming Smooth Sailing uses US GAAP to prepare its financial statements, how should Smooth Sailings' management perform the recoverability test for the cruise ship as of December 31, 2010? In addressing this question, consider: a. What assets and liabilities should be included in the asset group" for purposes of performing the recoverability test? Ans.: According to FAS 144.41, "Component of an entity" describes operations and cash flows that can be...

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Tourism Industry

40%.  Source: Caribbean Voice Enclave tourism Local businesses often see their chances to earn income from tourists severely reduced by the creation of "all-inclusive" vacation packages. When tourists remain for their entire stay at the same cruise ship or resort, which provides everything they need and where they will make all their expenditures, not much opportunity is left for local people to profit from tourism. The Organization of American States (OAS) carried out a survey of Jamaica's tourist...

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Tourism in St.Maarten

and our wide shopping variety. Every country in the world experiences some form of tourism whether it is cruise-tourism or sports tourism, so what makes St.Maarten different from those “other countries” that experience Tourism; St.Maarten/St.Martin is a 37 square mile island that is split into two different nations, Dutch and French; the island invites an average of two to three cruise ships on a daily basis and most importantly, the majority of the island’s economy depends on it. Therefore, tourism...

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