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This report looks at: the expansion of river cruise fleets; the major European and non-European rivers and their key attractions; the leading source markets for river cruise holidays (USA, Germany and the UK); the demographic profile of river cruisers; the economic factors affecting the river ...

Author(s)
Loverseed, H.
Publisher
Mintel International Group Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 2015, No.4, pp 41 pp.
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This chapter looks at how tour operators, through cruise packages and fly cruise options, have significantly influenced the development of the cruise industry. In particular, it describes and discusses the role of cruise-inclusive package holidays for the development of the British cruise market....

Author(s)
Cartledge, G.
ISBN
2012 CABI (H ISBN 9781845938451)
Type
Book chapter
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This chapter examines the increasing importance of visual image in society and in tourism marketing, before looking at the portrayal of the Caribbean as a holiday destination. The chapter goes on to discuss the promotion of cruise tourism in the region with specific reference to the UK market and...

Author(s)
Weeden, C.; Lester, J. A.
ISBN
2006 CABI (H ISBN 9781845930486)
Type
Book chapter
Abstract

The supply-driven increase in demand for the European cruise industry is described. The world's major cruise lines have developed a two-pronged approach to the European market, namely basing more ships in the region for cruises in areas such as the Baltic and the Mediterranean, and marketing their...

Author(s)
Peisley, T.
Citation
Travel & Tourism Analyst, 1998, No. 1, pp 4-25
Abstract

Since the 1960s, visitor tours of Scottish malt whisky distilleries have been used by whisky companies to promote their products. The original concept of the visitor as passive observer has evolved to include the notion of visitor as VIP guest in three special interest attractions - connoisseur...

Author(s)
McBoyle, G.; McBoyle, E.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
International Journal of Tourism Research, 2008, 10, 1, pp 71-80
Abstract

The results of a study which investigated the types of tourism and tours promoted by tour operators in the UK to Turkey and Turkey's image as a holiday destination among the UK travel market are presented. Some 58 tour operators which marketed Turkey as a tourist destination for the 1991/92 season...

Author(s)
Kușluvan, S.; İlhan, İ.
Citation
Anatolia, 1994, 5, 3, pp 30-33
Abstract

The British cruise line holiday product differs from its USA counterpart by appealing primarily to an older, higher income market. However, the industry is trying to widen the appeal of the product by adding watersports facilities and introducing more beach destinations. In short, it is trying to...

Author(s)
Ryan, C. A.
Citation
Journal of Applied Recreation Research, 1990, 15, 4, pp 201-217
Abstract

Four short articles cover various aspects of database marketing by the tourist industry in the UK. Why database? (A. Bigg) lists the reasons why companies are finding it cost effective to identify potential customers and communicate directly with them. The route to database marketing (T. Wright and ...

Citation
Tourism, Bulletin of the Tourism Society, UK, 1989, No. 62, Supplement, pp 4pp.

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