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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

A third component of the boat movement research this is the "private" counterpart to report Number 8. Use of privately owned boats is rather more complicated to monitor than that of hire boats - there are the extra "unknowns" of trip frequency and duration - unlike hire boats which are used...

Citation
Recreation Planning Research Papers, British Waterways Board, 1980, No. 10,
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
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The expansion of pleasure boating has brought problems of water supply for canals. The supply of water to canals is limited and the canal will run dry if too many boats "consume" water by going through locks. In order to avoid this it is necessary when planning the location of new boat moorings to...

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Recreation Planning Working Paper, British Waterways Board, 1978, No.3, pp 68pp.