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CRUISE TOURISM
 PRESENTATION OUTLINE
• Introduction
• World Cruise Destinations
• The Mediterranean
• Types of Cruises
• Cruise Ships an...
 INTRODUCTION
• A cruise ship is a passenger used for pleasure voyages.
• Cruise ships are destinations in themselves wit...
 HISTORY
• Cruise tourism made its small beginnings in 1839 as part of
the fortnightly crossing mail service between Live...
 PRODUCTS AND SERVICES OFFERED
Cruising is a unique tourism product, a blend of
the 5A’s
5 A’s of Cruising
• Attractions
...
 PROFILE OF THE CRUISE TRAVELLER
• There are a number of motives or reasons why
people prefer to cruises…
 WHY PEOPLE PREFER TO CRUISE SHIPS ?
• A cruise is a “hassle free” holiday
• A cruise is something “new” & “fashionable”
...
 WORLD CRUISE DESTINATIONS
• Australia/New Zealand;
• Bahamas, Bermuda;
• Baltic;
• Caribbean;
• Central America;
• Europ...
 THE MEDİTERRANEAN
• Mediterranean Area can be divided into two
groups:
 THE MEDİTERRANEAN
Eastern Mediterranean:
• Croatia (Dubrovnik, Split, Pola, Zadar, Rovinj , Kotor ecc…)
• Greece and its...
 THE MEDİTERRANEAN
• Western Mediterranean:
• Spain (Barcelona, Almeria, Malaga, Alicante, Balearic Islands),
• France, (...
 TYPES OF CRUISES
• Ocean Voyages: A one-way passage from one point to another over a
major body of water.
• Standard Cru...
 TYPES OF CRUISES
• Day Cruises: Day cruises are typically a cruise experience of 15 hours or less.
• Contemporary Cruise...
 CRUISE SHIPS
The cruise industry measure its ships by
• Number of staterooms (passengers cabins)
• Number of passengers ...
 CRUISE SHIPS
Classic Ocean Liners
Contemporary Cruise Ships
Small Ships
Masted Sailing ships
 CRUISE SHIPS
River
Barges
Ferries
Multi-purpose Ships
 CRUISE SHIPS
• A typical ship’s anatomy
 CRUISE LINES
• Costa Cruise Lines
• Holland America Line
• MSC Cruises
• Royal Caribbean International
• Star Cruises
• ...
Thank you for your time and attention!
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World Cruise Destinations

The Mediterranean

Types of Cruises

Cruise Ships and Lines

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Cruise tourism

  1. 1. CRUISE TOURISM
  2. 2.  PRESENTATION OUTLINE • Introduction • World Cruise Destinations • The Mediterranean • Types of Cruises • Cruise Ships and Lines
  3. 3.  INTRODUCTION • A cruise ship is a passenger used for pleasure voyages. • Cruise ships are destinations in themselves with features and amenities comparable or superior to land-based resorts. • Cruising is remarkably affordable and one can enjoy his/her dream vacations.
  4. 4.  HISTORY • Cruise tourism made its small beginnings in 1839 as part of the fortnightly crossing mail service between Liverpool and Boston. • The twentieth century compete for progressively larger and faster passenger ships.
  5. 5.  PRODUCTS AND SERVICES OFFERED Cruising is a unique tourism product, a blend of the 5A’s 5 A’s of Cruising • Attractions • Activities • Access • Accommodation • Amenities.
  6. 6.  PROFILE OF THE CRUISE TRAVELLER • There are a number of motives or reasons why people prefer to cruises…
  7. 7.  WHY PEOPLE PREFER TO CRUISE SHIPS ? • A cruise is a “hassle free” holiday • A cruise is something “new” & “fashionable” • Cruises offer a wide variety of events, activities & meals • It’s easy to meet people and make friends on a cruise • It is a great way to celebrate a special occasion or event
  8. 8.  WORLD CRUISE DESTINATIONS • Australia/New Zealand; • Bahamas, Bermuda; • Baltic; • Caribbean; • Central America; • Europe (Northern Europe); • Florida; • Hawaii; • Mediterranean; • South America; • South Pacific; • USA. • New destinations: • China, Dubai, Mauritius (Costa) etc…
  9. 9.  THE MEDİTERRANEAN • Mediterranean Area can be divided into two groups:
  10. 10.  THE MEDİTERRANEAN Eastern Mediterranean: • Croatia (Dubrovnik, Split, Pola, Zadar, Rovinj , Kotor ecc…) • Greece and its islands (Mykonos, Santorini, Rhodes, Corfu, Crete, Katakolon, Piraeus, etc…) • Turkey, (Istanbul, Kusadasi, Izmir, etc..) Cyprus (Limassol), • Malta (La Valletta), • Egypt (Alexandria) and new destinations i.e. • Libya (Tripoli).
  11. 11.  THE MEDİTERRANEAN • Western Mediterranean: • Spain (Barcelona, Almeria, Malaga, Alicante, Balearic Islands), • France, (Marseille,Nice, St. Tropez, Cannes), • Italy (Genoa, Savona, Rome (Civitavecchia), Naples, Venice, Leghorn, Bari, Palermo, Messina) • Tunisia (La Goulette -Tunis), • Algeria(Algiers),etc…
  12. 12.  TYPES OF CRUISES • Ocean Voyages: A one-way passage from one point to another over a major body of water. • Standard Cruises: An open water cruise may be one-way or round-trip with several ports of call. • River/Canal Cruises: River and canal cruises are closely linked to the culture and heritage of the country being toured. • Destination / Expedition Cruises: based on the destination to be visited.
  13. 13.  TYPES OF CRUISES • Day Cruises: Day cruises are typically a cruise experience of 15 hours or less. • Contemporary Cruises: These cruise lines typically have resort-style facilities with heavy emphasis on ship-board activities. • Luxury Cruises: offering high style luxury with emphasis on destinations and ship-board amenities. • Specialty Cruises: Adventure-style cruising with a heavy emphasis on destination, education, and off ship activities.
  14. 14.  CRUISE SHIPS The cruise industry measure its ships by • Number of staterooms (passengers cabins) • Number of passengers ship can accommodate • By Gross Registered Tonnage (GRT)
  15. 15.  CRUISE SHIPS Classic Ocean Liners Contemporary Cruise Ships Small Ships Masted Sailing ships
  16. 16.  CRUISE SHIPS River Barges Ferries Multi-purpose Ships
  17. 17.  CRUISE SHIPS • A typical ship’s anatomy
  18. 18.  CRUISE LINES • Costa Cruise Lines • Holland America Line • MSC Cruises • Royal Caribbean International • Star Cruises • Norwegian Cruise Line • Seabourn Cruise Line • AMA Waterways • American Cruise Line • Carnival Cruise Lines • The largest cruise ship in the world • Royal Caribbean International • Oasis of the Seas
  19. 19. Thank you for your time and attention!

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