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The city of Split is increasingly showing its cruising valorisation opportunities thanks to its geocommunication position, harbour infrastructure, cultural and historic heritage and the diversity of its tourism supply. Cruising tourism, as a form of modern tourism receives characteristics of strong ...

Author(s)
Razović, M.
Publisher
Uniwersytet Szczeciński, Szczecin, Poland
Citation
Ekonomiczne Problemy Turystyki, 2016, No.4, pp 197-209
Abstract

In addition to its positive effects, cruising tourism can also have longterm negative impacts on the environment and life of local population. This paper analyzes how the development of cruising tourism in Dubrovnik and some of its effects are perceived by its residents. Using the questionnaire...

Author(s)
Sindik, J.; Manojlović, N.; Klarić, M.
Publisher
Sveuciliste u Dubrovniku, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Citation
Ekonomska Misao i Praksa, 2017, 26, 1, pp 151-169
Abstract

Cruising as one of three basic types of nautical tourism has developed into one of the leading world corporative business. As a result of the constant development of the demand for cruising in the world market, great cruising corporations have developed. Their development has been accompanied by...

Author(s)
Luković, T.
Publisher
Ćira Carića 4, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Citation
Naše More, 2008, 55, 5/6, pp 233-248
Abstract

Cruising tourism in the world, as well as in The Republic of Croatia, has significantly increased. The increase in cruising ship traffic has a beneficial effect on the economy of The Republic of Croatia, and therefore on social satisfaction too. However, the intensification of cruising vessel...

Author(s)
Perić, T.; Oršulić, M.
Publisher
Ćira Carića 4, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Citation
Naše More, 2011, 58, 5/6, pp 219-228
Abstract

Cruise trips have been rising in popularity since the 1970 sand are currently a trend in the tourism market. This is particularly true of river cruises, which record a constant growth in the number of ship calls. The general upward trend in the number of river cruise passengers and dockings is also ...

Author(s)
Kovačić, M.; Zekić, A.; Violić, A.
Publisher
University of Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Citation
Naše More, 2017, 64, 1 Supplement, pp 27-32
Abstract

The aim of this research was to estimate the economic, promotional, and sociocultural impact of cruise tourism to Croatian destinations. Due to the anticipated growth of cruise tourism worldwide and, especially, in the Mediterranean, measuring its impacts is becoming an increasingly important issue ...

Author(s)
Marušić, Z.; Horak, S.; Tomljenović, R.
Publisher
Cognizant Communication Corporation, Elmsford, USA
Citation
Tourism in Marine Environments, 2009, 5, 2/3, pp 131-144
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The purpose - Cruising is nowadays a mass phenomenon since an increasing number of passengers worldwide have been taking part in this form of tourism. Therefore the purpose of this paper is to forecast cruise tourism demand at the level of micro destination. Design/Methodology/Approach - Dubrovnik...

Author(s)
Pavlić, I.
Publisher
Faculty of Tourism and Hospitality Management, Opatija, Croatia
Citation
Tourism and Hospitality Management, 2013, 19, 1, pp 125-142
Abstract

Attractive cultural, historical and natural resources, development of the tourist and port infrastructure and good geographic position are the advantages of Dubrovnik as a cruise destination. Today, Dubrovnik is the fifth transit port on the Mediterranean, and the essential part on the itineraries...

Author(s)
Ban, I.; Peručić, D.; Vesna Vrtiprah
Publisher
Croatian Institute for Quality, Zagreb, Croatia
Citation
Business Excellence, 2018, 12, 2, pp 105-122
Abstract

Cruising ships generate a number of waste streams, including sewage, graywater, hazardous wastes, oily bilge water, ballast water and solid waste which poses a threat of discharges to the marine environment. The main goal of this paper is to presents all aspects of marine pollution as a result of ...

Author(s)
Šantić, L.; Vilke, S.; Grubišić, N.
Publisher
Ćira Carića 4, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Citation
Naše More, 2011, 58, 5/6, pp 229-243
Abstract

The attitudes of local people are very important for the long-term development of tourism, which is particularly true for Dubrovnik, whose orientation on the cruise tourism is relatively new, but its consequences are already objective, and noticeable in the perceptions of the inhabitants. The main...

Author(s)
Lučić, I.; Sindik, J.; Manojlović, N.
Publisher
University of Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Citation
Naše More, 2017, 64, 2 Supplement, pp 54-60

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