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The viability of continental Europe as a cruise destination and the potential for river cruising in Europe are discussed. Statistical data on cruise passengers for Italy, Germany, Spain, France, the UK, the Mediterranean and other European countries are provided.

Author(s)
Peisley, T.
Publisher
Mintel International Group Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 2004, No.2, pp 1-39
Abstract

This article examines issues related to the constraining factors of nautical tourism based on a three-dimensional structure of constraints. With a higher level of respondents' education, the significance of the intrapersonal and structural dimensions decreases. However, with the rise of monthly...

Author(s)
Jovanovic, T.; Dragin, A.; Armenski, T.; Pavic, D.; Davidovic, N.
Publisher
Routledge, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, 2013, 30, 8, pp 858-872
Abstract

This 4th edition continues to identify and organize the infectious risks associated with leisure time activities. Every chapter from the previous edition on infections associated with water recreation in marine, freshwater and man-made aquatic environments, camping, gardening, pets, sports, travel, ...

Author(s)
Schlossberg, D.
Publisher
ASM Press, Washington, USA
Citation
Infections of leisure, 2009, Ed.4, pp vii-xv + 431 pp.
Abstract

An introduction to the cruise industry is followed by an analysis of cruise guides worldwide with star ratings, which are widely available in bookstores and libraries. Data are obtained from 214 ocean-going cruise ships. A linear regression of the star ratings for each of four popular guides shows...

Author(s)
Swain, R. A.; Barth, J. E.
Publisher
Haworth Press Inc., Binghamton, USA
Citation
International Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Administration, 2002, 3, 4, pp 43-60
Abstract

The challenges within the world cruise market due to the unprecedented expansion of the industry are discussed. Planned expansion is based on the increasing age and wealth of the population in the major source markets. It is indicated that the industry is suffering from a decline in profitability...

Author(s)
Indrani Raychaudhuri
Publisher
Leisure Media Company Limited, Hitchin, UK
Citation
Leisure Management, 2002, 22, 1, pp 56-58
Abstract

Coastal tourism started in the 19th Century and has increased in non-linear fashion ever since, stimulated by a combination of developments in transport technology and rising prosperity. Initially, mainly national in character, the introduction of roll-on, roll-off ferries and inexpensive air...

Author(s)
Davenport, J.; Davenport, J. L.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2006, 67, 1/2, pp 280-292
Abstract

In addition to forming an important part of the nation's transport and drainage systems, the UK's network of inland waterways provides considerable social benefits from its use in recreation. Commercial recreation extracts some form of payment, for example cruising, which requires mooring licences...

Author(s)
Willis, K.; Garrod, G.
Citation
Regional Studies, 1991, 25, 6, pp 511-524

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