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The cruise industry has experienced rapid growth in recent years and has become one of the most dynamic and fastest growing segments of the tourism industry. In light of this rapid growth, this study examined four dimensions of operational efficiency: occupancy rate and passengers carried per...

Author(s)
Lee, S.; Brezina, S.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Tourism Economics, 2016, 22, 5, pp 1075-1086
Abstract

This paper argues that a gap exists between the marketing of shore excursions and cruise tourists' expectations of 'local flavor' experiences. The paper first establishes that this discrepancy exists, then aims to refine the focus of marketing and promotion, and finally proposes strategies for...

Author(s)
Dai TianChen; Hein, C.; Zhang Tong
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Tourism Management Perspectives, 2019, 29, pp 157-165
Abstract

Recent growth in the cruise tourism industry has been accompanied by the development of new cruise passenger terminals in many port cities, in part to assist aims for spatial planning and urban regeneration. Such terminals can bring specific benefits but also problems, though application of spatial ...

Author(s)
McCarthy, J. P.; Romein, A.
Publisher
Routledge, Abingdon, UK
Citation
European Planning Studies, 2012, 20, 12, pp 2033-2052
Abstract

Humans are transforming the coastal and marine tourism environment at an ever-increasing rate. Concurrently, the multiple amenities and natural resources of coastal zones and the reality of population growth contribute to omnipresent tourism user conflicts. This results in social, wicked, and super ...

Author(s)
Miller, M. L.; Auyong, J.; Szuster, B. W.; Needham, M. D.; Orams, M. B.; Wilks, J.; Lück, M.
Publisher
Cognizant Communication Corporation, Putnam Valley, USA
Citation
Tourism in Marine Environments, 2017, 12, 3/4, pp 139-263
Abstract

In June 2008, three Dutch tourists participating in a mini-cruise in Turkey needed urgent repatriation for antitoxin treatment because of symptoms of botulism. Because there was a shortage of antitoxin in the Netherlands, an emergency delivery was requested from the manufacturer in Germany. An...

Author(s)
Swaan, C. M.; Ouwerkerk, I. M. van; Roest, H. J.
Publisher
Eurosurveillance, Saint-Maurice, France
Citation
Eurosurveillance, 2010, 15, 14, pp 19532
Abstract

In this publication the Dutch Recreation Foundation initiates a discussion on leisure transport in the Netherlands. Mobach (pp.5-10) describes the advantages and disadvantages of the private motor car and public transport. G. M. van der Meer (pp.11-20) points out that government policies on traffic ...

Author(s)
Mobach, B. J. (et al.)
Citation
Recreatie Reeks, 1990, No. 10, pp 110pp.
Abstract

This article explores the way in which cultural interpreters develop discourses on Amsterdam, Netherlands. These discourses, emerging in an interaction process between interpreters and tourists, construct (parts of) the inner city as a tourist attraction. It discusses and compares two discourses:...

Author(s)
Dahles, H.
Publisher
Berghahn Books, Oxford, UK
Citation
Coping with tourists: European reactions to mass tourism., 1996, pp 227-246
Abstract

A new tourism product has been established in the Netherlands: renovated and newly-rigged ships, characteristic of the 19th century, where the passengers help with the sailing. Some 300 traditional boats are used in this way and provide work for more than 1000 young people.

Author(s)
Kosters, M. J.
Citation
Annals of Tourism Research, 1986, 13, 1, pp 122-128
Abstract

The emphasis of this report is on accommodation and day recreation, covering: holidays taken by Dutch people in 1988; destinations; luxury equipment; tourism expenditure by foreign tourists; developments in hotels, holiday bungalows, camping, water sports, catering; and, finally, an exploration of...

Publisher
Breda, Netherlands
Citation
Trendrapport toerisme 1988., 1989, pp 97pp.
Abstract

This article looks at the island groups which are integral overseas parts of the Netherlands and France. In common with much of the Caribbean, the islands derive varying but overall considerable economic benefits from foreign tourist activity. Whilst major resort complexes have not been developed...

Citation
International Tourism Quarterly, 1984, No. 3, pp 9-21

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