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This report examines the success of the UK cruise market and how through strategic product development, the market for and perception of cruising have evolved, as increasing numbers of UK holidaymakers take to the seas. The main factors to influence the UK cruise market have been the development of ...

Citation
Leisure Intelligence, 1995, 1, pp 1-31
Abstract

Objective: Managing an outbreak of gastroenteritis (GI) on board a cruise ship while minimising disruption to passengers' on board and shore visit activities is difficult. For this reason it is important to understand the complex patterns of transmission in a closed community. We describe the...

Author(s)
Vivancos, R.; Keenan, A.; Sopwith, W.; Smith, K.; Quigley, C.; Mutton, K.; Dardamissis, E.; Nichols, G.; Harris, J.; Gallimore, C.; Verhoef, L.; Syed, Q.; Reid, J.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Infection, 2010, 60, 6, pp 478-485
Abstract

The cruise industry has traditionally catered for a well defined target market consisting mainly of wealthy elderly people. In recent years cruise operators have made great efforts to broaden their appeal. The phenomenal growth of the cruise market would suggest that they have had some success in...

Citation
Leisure Intelligence, 1991, 2, pp 1-23
Abstract

The report provides a detailed review of the UK tourism and travel industry. Following a general overview of the market as a whole, the report offers an analysis of the leisure and business travel markets, and gives a broad picture of the structure of the industry. There then follow detailed...

Publisher
Key Note Publications Ltd., Hampton, UK
Citation
Key note market review: industry trends and forecasts. UK tourism & travel., 1993, Ed.3, pp xii + 135pp.
Abstract

The report looks at a number of issues connected with the overseas holiday market for the over 55 age group. Over 25% of the UK population is over 55 years and this group will increase to reach 15.3 million people by 2001. In terms of the holiday market, the 55-64 and the over 65 age groups have...

Citation
Leisure Intelligence, 1991, 3, pp 1-24