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Costa Concordia- Cruise Liner

- Costa Concordia was a passenger cruise liner which on 13th January 2012 while navigating in the Tyrrhenian Sea the vessel was stranded on Scole Rocks at Giglio Island. The accident resulted in the death of 32 people, 157 persons injured and the total loss of the ship. From the official accident investigative report prepared and released by the Italian Ministry of Infrastructures and Transports on 27th of May 2013, it was established that the ship was navigating is a dangerous distance from the coastline, under Master's command....   [tags: Cruise, Accidents, Ocean, Deaths]

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International Marketing, The Changes That The International Cruise Industry Is Experiencing

- The globalisation of consumer desires, the development of an open global economy and the relentless expansion of the internet, have all contributed to connecting nations’ economies (Doole and Lowe, 2008). Consequently, worldwide, managers are increasingly recognising the importance for their businesses to advance through developing their skills, knowledge and ability to effectively compete against international markets (Doole and Lowe, 2008). According to Cateora and Ghauri (1999), internationalisation is the expansion of a business that leads the spread of an organisations products and services to customers in more than one nation, in order to gain profit....   [tags: Cruise ship, Ship, Tourism, Cruise line]

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Summer Break Cruise - Spring Break Cruises

- Spring Break Cruise Have you ever wanted to have a whole month of just pure relaxation and enjoyment at an affordable price. Will now you can with Santa Blue a cruise ship to the Caribbean. Rooms start at $4,000 that 's a steal compare to other places. Some other cruise ships will charge you around $10,000 for 25 days maybe even 30 days out in sea. With that said you will be able to visit some of the most entertaining Caribbean islands. Not enough for you no worries on the cruise we will have a bunch of entertainment for your liking....   [tags: Ship, Cruise ship, Cuba, Caribbean]

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Cruise Ship Workers Have One Of The Most Dynamic Occupations

- In a world full of jobs, cruise ship workers have one of the most dynamic occupations in the world. In order to be a cruise ship employee, an individual has to be able to leave the normal life and take on a lifestyle that is very diverse from the norm. Crew sacrifice some important aspects of life, such as family, having a real home and being separated from work. Being a cruise ship employee isn’t just a job, it is a lifestyle that requires extreme changes. Becoming a part of a cruise ship’s staff comes with a few basic requirements....   [tags: Cruise ship, Ship, Cruise line]

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Positive And Negative Impacts Of Cruise Tourism

- Written report – positive & negative impacts of cruise ship tourism in Tauranga. In 2013-14 Tauranga had 83 voyage calls, 25 vessels entering with 83 port days in total. They also had 100 unique passengers and 149,000 passenger port days. Tauranga has established itself as a go-to destination for cruise passengers, with its natural beauty and friendly locals it is not hard to see why. Over the years, Tauranga’s cruise tourism has changed from the 2013-14 statistics, the amount of voyage calls this year has gone down but the amount of unique passengers has gone up to 160,100....   [tags: Cruise ship, Ship, Tourism, New Zealand]

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Positive And Negative Impacts Of Cruise Ships

- Positive and Negative Impacts that Cruise Ships have in Tauranga Positives: Dredging has begun in the Tauranga shipping channels. The channels will be widen and deepened form 12.9 metres to 14.5 metres inside the harbor and 15.8 metres outside the harbor. With the new depth and width of the shipping channel, Tauranga will be able to receive visits from ships that are 8,200 twenty-foot equivalent and the current it can withhold is only 4,500. The dredged material will mostly consist of clean sand and will be placed in an off-shore deposition site....   [tags: Cruise ship, Ship, New Zealand, Bay of Plenty]

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Case Study : International Cruise Industry

- ASSESSMENT COMPONENT 6: TM: INTERNATIONAL CRUISE INDUSTRY Over the past few years, cruise ships visiting New Zealand has grown drastically. Between 2014-2015 alone, the cruise sector was worth $436 million in value to the New Zealand forecast. This is predicted to grow to a whopping $543 million between 2015-2016. As the cruise ships entering New Zealand are getting bigger and there are more coming, the New Zealand cruise industry will be growing, as well as providing adequate infrastructure. Making these continuous changes is going to have many positive and negative impacts on the country and its residents....   [tags: Cruise ship, Ship, Tourism, New Zealand]

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Economic Impact Of Cruise Tourism : The Case Of Costa Rica

- From a Journal Brida, J. G., & Zapata, S. (2010). Economic impacts of cruise tourism: The case of Costa Rica. Anatolia: An international journal of tourism & hospitality research, 21(2), 322-338. This is an Economic analysis of the impacts of cruise ship tourism specifically pertaining to Costa Rica. The analysis was published in the “International Journal of Tourism & Hospitality Research”. The source has trusted information written by two established, well known, professors, in the tourism field, Juan Brida and Sandra Zapata....   [tags: Cruise ship, Tourism, Ship, Economics]

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Cruise, The, And The Caribbean

- WOOSTER — When not in a cruiser, Matt Cruise likes to, well, cruise. The veteran Wooster police officer likes to head south for vacations, and he eyes two destinations: St. Augustine, Fla., and the Caribbean. Cruise and his wife, Tammy, went on their first cruise about eight years ago. Their neighbors were looking for something to do on vacation and decided to go on a cruise. So, a small group went to the western Caribbean out of Port Canaveral, Fla., and “We just loved it. We kept booking (cruises), and we went with other couples....   [tags: Police, Constable, Sheriff, Love]

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Foreign Cruise And The United States

- Currently, foreign cruise liners operate almost completely outside of the scope of the U.S. tax system, and this arguably has a discriminatory impact on U.S. cruise lines. Generally, if a foreign corporation is deemed to have a permanent establishment in the United States, they are subject to a tax on the portion of their income that is attributable to the U.S. For example, if a foreign clothing company, had just one small store in Miami where there could be “continuous and systematic” presence, it would be viewed to have a permanent establishment and taxed 30%....   [tags: Taxation in the United States, Tax, Taxation]

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The Day Before The Cruise

- Kevin and Mary met 3 years ago. He was charming and attentive, constantly surprising Mary with small gifts. His courtship of her was a whirlwind of phone calls, dates and promises of love everlasting. Mary found him irresistible and soon found herself deeply in love with him. Both were working at good jobs making decent money and in a short few weeks decided to marry, and a honeymoon cruise was planned. During this time Kevin’s mood had shifted to normal, but he loved Mary and the marriage took place....   [tags: Bipolar disorder, Major depressive disorder]

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Cruise Industry

- INTRODUCTION The origins of the cruise industry can be traced to 1818 when Black Ball Line began shuttling its customers between America and Europe, taking note of the comfort of its passengers. (Boyd, n.d.) The introduction of air transportation as a more economic transport alternative forced ocean liners, which ferried people to destinations in comfort, to innovate into a new product for survival. (Boyd, n.d.) Ocean liners eventually came to a gradual end with improved air transportation and they had evolved to modern cruise ships (Rodrigue & Notteboom, n.d.) that carried themselves as the destination, instead of a transportation alternative....   [tags: History, Travel, Tourism, America, Europe]

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Foreign Cruise Vs. The United States

- Bon Voyage. While the average cruise goer is setting sail and enjoying his or her vacation with fun in the sun, the world of taxation is probably the furthest thing from the person’s mind. The millions of Americans who travel by cruise each year likely have no idea that the United States’ tax system allows for many of these corporations to go virtually untaxed. While it can be assumed that these companies make millions in profit, there is a partnering assumption that the companies are also being taxed on that income....   [tags: Taxation in the United States, Tax, Tax refund]

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Business Analysis: KKL Cruise Liners

- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This report mainly analyzes and evaluates the targeting process of the travel agency industry, in particular the Cruise liner industry, by focusing on KKL Cruise Liners. KKL Cruise Liners is a travel agency providing packages to sail across oceans and seas to different destinations worldwide. The report draws attention to the fact that groups of people can have different needs or interests, therefore a business like this one should at least design suitable packages which are at-least close to fulfilling their needs....   [tags: Business Analysis]

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Analysis of the Role-Play "Island Cruise"

- ... I prepared my arguments but also prepared arguments the other party might rise in order to have smart answers ready when I need them. While thinking about my goals as a mayor, I felt to face two conflicting major aspects. On the one hand, I had to state out that I had to protect and keep up the environment of the island, as this is the habitants’ livelihood. But on the other hand I had to give the habitants the possibility to earn a minimum income, which can only be achieved by allowing tourists to visit the island due to a lack of other possibilities....   [tags: argument, performance, negociation]

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The Navy´s Tomahawk Cruise Missile

- The Modern Day Tomahawk Naval Weapons The United States, for many years of its existence, has been the dominant military force on the planet. This is made so due to the fact that the United States spends numerous amounts of time and money investing into their military. One of the most impressive forces the United States has to offer would be the Navy. This is true because of the powerful ships and weapons that exist in the Navy today. One weapon in particular has really changed the face of the Navy as a forward military combatant....   [tags: Weapon, Navy, USA]

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Preparing For A Tropical Cruise Vacation

- Vacationing to certain tropical destinations might require more than what you think. After making reservations for the Cruise accommodations and flight arrangements you would think the tough part is over. I personally had no idea that going to the Bahamas would require more than valid state identification. I soon realized that I not only had to prepare for my financial needs, wardrobe attire, but also have proper documentation to go on the Cruise. First, you must figure out how much money or what type of credit cards or money can be used at the ports and on the ship....   [tags: Process Essays]

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Leisure-Cruise Industry

- The main entry barrier is the high capital requirement. It is difficult for new companies to enter the cruising industry because of the financial resources needed to purchase a ship and the high cost of maintaining and managing the ships. There are a few cruise shipbuilders in the world so the purchase prices are high. The market is dominated by a few major companies which makes it difficult for a new operator to enter the industry. A third barrier is switching costs. Cruise line companies offer their existing customers membership programs with deals and discounts, which make the customers reluctant to switch to a different company with higher rates....   [tags: Travel]

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A Memorable Cruise Ship

- I was smacked in the face by a gust of hot, humid Texas air as I found my way off the bus. The once brisk morning was getting hotter by the second. My friend Kristi and I looked towards our left and there she was, the Norwegian Sea. The cruise liner that we would be on for the next week. It was the biggest ship I had ever seen up close. Ten stories high and nearly 1000 feet long. It had an intimidating presence that took one's breath away. Our parents had arranged for a cruise from Houston, Texas with stops at Cancun and Cozumel, Mexico....   [tags: Descriptive Writing Examples]

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The Cruise Line Industry: Overview and Recommendations

- RECOMMENDATIONS The cruise industry is under a bit of a makeover. Due to economic conditions and shifting demand, the cruise line industry is looking for new ways to attract cruise vacationers while maintaining the market that already exists. There are numerous ways to go about this. Royal Caribbean is being creative in its methods. Generally, Key West is one of the most frequented ports of call. However, as Phillips (2005) states The Sentry is canceling 26 port calls next year, and the Rhapsody of the Seas normally goes every week while next year it will only go every other week....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Royal Caribbean Cruise Line LTD

- Introduction:      In 1968, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line was founded with one ship. Over the next twenty-five years RCCL has expanded its fleet to 29 ships, with 2 more ships being built. RCCL has made its way in the cruise industry as one of the top three cruise lines. Over the past 5-7 years RCCL has experienced some problems with the external environment. These and other factors have placed RCCL in a situation of future organizational uncertainty. The time of this case is 2004. Current Mission, Goals, & Strategy:      RCCL markets 3-17 day cruise vacations to over 160 destinations....   [tags: Business Case Study Analysis, solution]

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Personal Narrative : Vacation Of A Lifetime

- Vacation of a Lifetime Like Rose on the Titanic picture yourself flying into the sunset abroad a cruise ship on the vacation of a lifetime. A cruise vacations can more affordable than you think. Even though land base vacations can be achieved on a budget, a cruise vacation are cost effective because of the world class entertainment. The customer service that you receive is some of the best in the hospitality industry. Also, your accommodations, meals, snacks, use of the ship’s facilities and onboard activities/entertainment are all include....   [tags: Cruise ship, Ship, Cruise line]

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Changing Current Marketing Strategy for Cruise Line

- STRATEGIES REJECTED Sea Goddess Cruises, Limited (SGC) is obviously not accomplishing what it needs to financially to obtain a fair share of the market. There are a number of current strategies that will be reconsidered and rejected. Segmentation The first of these strategies that will be rejected deals with segmentation. Sea Goddess Cruises has not adequately considered enough segments in the market, which has been a major contributor to the lack of market share. SGC should eliminate all plans for monosegmenting....   [tags: business marketing]

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The Role of American NGOs in the Regulation of Cruise Ship Pollution

- The Role of American NGOs in the Regulation of Cruise Ship Pollution Each year, thousands of tons of pollution are generated on cruise ships and dumped into the world’s oceans. This pollution threatens the marine environment, the cruise ship industry, and the people who depend on a healthy ocean. Neither historical nor current international oceanic regimes provide comprehensive regulation on cruise ship pollution. To address the threats posed by limited oceanic pollution regulation in American and international waters, several American nongovernmental organizations have pursued diverse tactics to generate government, industry, and consumer response....   [tags: Environment, ocean, pollution]

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Royal Carribean Toxic Waste Dumping

- ... Holst gives an apology given by Jack Williams, the Royal Caribbean international president, after being charged with the twenty-one felony charges. Williams makes a sincere sounding apology, however placed the blame on those enforcing the rules and regulations within the company, and not on the corporate employees. Holst also explains that the company was monitored by the court for the five years following the charges in 1999 (1999). As previously established this is, according to Friedrichs, a corporate crime....   [tags: chemicals, crime, cruise ship]

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The Crash Of The Night Awoke The Old Man

- A crash in the middle of the night awoke the old man. As he slowly descended the stairs he saw that his favourite chair had been torn along the side, and his floor was scratched in a pattern that showed erratic movement. The scratch marks lead underneath the rug. Tired from the sudden awakening, the old man decided that whatever was in his house left because there was no signs of anything under the rug, so he retired back to his bedroom. The next day the old man went downstairs and saw exactly what had happened in what he thought was a dream....   [tags: Cruise ship, Ship, The Lump]

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The City Of Charleston, South Carolina

- Introduction Imagine: It’s Saturday morning in Charleston, South Carolina. On this brisk morning, a resident is reading a book with a cup of coffee on the porch of his historic home. Without warning, a boisterous call from the PA System of a cruise ship pierces the tranquility of the morning. This call signals the departure of the cruise ship, which is then followed by an unnecessary horn, wailing four times. According to a citizen of Charleston, this is a common scenario as it repeats 104 times a year....   [tags: Cruise ship, Tourism, Pacific, Ship]

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Impact Of Tourism On New Zealand

- Cruise ship tourism is vital to New Zealand I’m witting this report to show the positive and negative effects of tourism within New Zealand, but mainly focusing on Dunedin’s port. Dunedin’s port is called Port Otago; this port has two berthing facilities, larger ships berth at Port Chalmers and the smaller ships will berth at Port Dunedin which is close to the city of Dunedin. The reason I am writing this report is to find out if the positive outweighs the negative within the community and the environment....   [tags: Cruise ship, Tourism, Ship, Dunedin]

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Human Anatomy And The Animals

- Although it is impossible for humans to breathe underwater, what if it was a possibility. The human anatomy would need to change in order to support the same anatomy that allows fish to swim and breathe underwater. All fish have gills. Gills are tissues which consisting of filaments. These filaments have capillaries that allow the exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide, acids, and ammonia. The gills are located on either side of the pharynx. “How Fish Breathe Underwater” states, A fish breathes by taking water in through the mouth and forcing it out through the gill passages (   [tags: Ship, Cruise ship, Ocean, Oxygen]

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About the Titanic in the Book, A Night to Remem ber by Walter Lord

- ... All but a few cared about it - if they even heard it. The ship's reputation would hold up to some grinding noise any day. After a while the word got around that they had stuck an iceberg. Surprisingly no one cared and everyone continued with what they had been doing. It was known that the captain of the Titanic could, in the event of an emergency, hit an electric button and many air-tight doors would seal off special rooms. This could keep the ship afloat even if it had a hole in its double reinforced hull....   [tags: cruise ship, atlantic ocean, iceberg]

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The Old Man 's Eyes Shot Open

- The old man’s eyes shot open. The sound of shattering glass from inside his own home put the old man into a worrisome state. At the end of his slow and cautious descent to the bottom of his stairs, lay his favorite chair with a tear along the side. Scratches along the floor showed something sinister had moved with an erratic pattern towards the rug. Tired, the old man decided that whatever invaded his home had left because the rug had nothing under it, with a hefty sigh, he retired back to his bedroom....   [tags: Cruise ship, Ship, Anxiety, The Lump]

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Tourism Industry Of New Zealand

- Tourism is an outstanding asset to all visitor target destinations and way of life .It is the leading source of revenue for New Zealand through visitors and local tourists major contribution to the host destination economy. It is an important foreign exchange earner which grants the most income, jobs and growth as we depend on it .The report " The State of the Tourism Industry "produced by the Tourism Industry Association New Zealand and Lincoln University, appears in Tourism 2025, the New Zealand Strategic plan ....   [tags: Tourism, New Zealand, Cruise ship]

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Tourism As A Form Of Making Profit

- According to a personal interview (R.Zuniga, 7th February, 2016), tourism is “the relationship arising from the interactions of Tourist who travel for both psychic and physical experiences, Business operators that provide good and services such as restaurants, hotel, entertainment, etc., the Host community that see tourism as a form of employment and culture and the host government that see tourism as a form of making profit to better make the country’s economy fluid. As we know it is no recent occurrence, Modern tourism can be traced to what was known as the Grand Tour, which was a traditional trip of Europe (especially Germany and Italy) undertaken by mainly upper-class European you...   [tags: Tourism, Cruise ship, Belize, Grand Tour]

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Tourism And Hospitality Industries : Big Business

- 2. Tourism Today Is Big Business In what many consider as being the largest industry in the world, tourism, travel and hospitality make up the lion 's share of various economies globally. In the United States alone, a record $1.5 trillion was produced in 2013. Resulting in over 7.8 million US jobs, and accounting for more than 9 percent of all exports from the US, it 's estimated that one out of every 18 Americans finds himself/herself employed in one way or another by the travel or tourist-related sector....   [tags: Tourism, Cruise ship, World Tourism Organization]

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The Russian Revolution

- I once asked a friend what made Sitmar Cruises special and without missing a beat she replied, “They serve mixed nuts to the last night!” It was that high level of service which distinguished Sitmar among its competitors. Even now, almost thirty years after they merged into Princess Cruises, former passengers still talk of the attention to the small details that made Sitmar unique. Yet, despite its reputation for service and luxury, Sitmar’s origins were very different. Russian-born businessman Alexandre Vlasov, who had fled Odessa at the time of the Russian revolution, got his in the shipping business transporting coal from Poland to Turkey, Greece and Italy....   [tags: Ship, Cruise ship, Holland America Line]

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Analysis of Cruises and Recommendations

- Internal strengths and weakness • Strengths-Brands catering to varied customer segments. Carnival caters to all lifestyles and locations and has a capacity of ships 1.4 times the closest competitor. They have a lot of ships so they can have many in different ports to cater to the different destinations. Carnival is a well know brand and promotes a good value. • Weakness- Declining profits affecting margins. With rising costs to run, maintain, and protect ships, passengers, and the environment it takes a chunk out of the bottom line....   [tags: Entertainment, Ships]

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Hydro cruiser

- The Hydro Cruiser Do you ever find yourself looking down at your gas gauge on your way to school or work, noticing that little pointer is staggering off way below the empty mark. Well, today we are here for your rescue, presenting the Hydro Cruiser. We are doing are part to help the environment. Also it helps “you” the common man save money, and helps us in contributing to a smog free earth. The Hydro Cruiser is a stylish sport utility vehicle that runs off of H20 (water) instead of gasoline....   [tags: essays research papers]

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A Trip to London

- ... These war rooms did not become operational until August 27, 1939, also they were not bomb proof until December of 1940. This came after the intense bombing of London by the German army. The underground bunker is amazing in size, accounting for nearly 30,000 square feet. These war rooms were closed on August 16, 1945. When is was closed many of the employees simply cleaned out the desk and left and never returned. Because of this, the furnishings of the bunker remained together and never touched since that day....   [tags: personal experience, cruiser]

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The Perfect Place for Departure

- The Perfect Place for Departure The scenic beauty and vast historical background of Charleston makes it an ideal location for cruise ships to embark from. It is both beneficial and lucrative for Charleston to have a port for ships. Historic downtown Charleston is known for its southern hospitality and caters to the needs of non Charlestonians, thus making it appealing for those attending a cruise. “Home to the Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, as well as exquisite dining options, amazing beaches, shopping and countless historical sites, this charming seaside southern city is a fantastic destination in itself!” (Cruise Network) The trip to the port is a vacation in itself, eve...   [tags: Travel]

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Sail Away

- How many people are tired of vacationing in the same DRAB place. How many people are looking for some excitement, new experiences, and a chance to travel the world without depleting your life savings. Cruise ships have always been a luxurious get away from the daily CLUTTER of society. Since, the first transatlantic cruise in the 1900‘s, over 1 billion passengers have set sail for the high seas and half of those passengers are frequent ones. Today, I want to share the insider secrets to why cruising is the best vacation ever and only an experienced cruiser would know....   [tags: Travel]

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Case Study Of Carnival Corporation

- Case Study Of Carnival Corporation The history of the Carnival Corporation begins in 1972, when Ted Arison set up Carnival Cruise Lines as a subsidiary of the American International Travel Service. The first ship ran aground, but Arison remained steadfast in achieving his vision of a cruise line offering affordable vacation packages to middle-income consumers. By 1977, Carnival had three ships, and ten years later, as the industry leader, the company went public. In the early 1990s, Carnival began to diversify into land-based entertainment, thus changing its name to Carnival Corp....   [tags: Business Marketing management Essays]

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What it Takes to Start a Business

- As the saying goes, “It takes money to make money,” is that really true. People tend to think money helps with owning a business. Although money helps in the early stages, that is necessarily not the case. What is more important in starting a business is it takes a lot of determination, talent, and hard work. To increase the chances of businesses succeeding, take the time to explore and evaluate the business and what it will entail to succeed (Wade, 2001). The first step in starting a business is experience....   [tags: constructing a business plan ]

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The Russian War Games Played on August 10, 2000

- Introduction On August 10, 2000, a Russian Naval contingent of over 30 boats departed the shores of the Kola Peninsula in northwest Russia.1 These vessels included several attack submarines tasked with conducting the test fire of cruise missiles and torpedoes into mock U.S. targets. These war game exercises took place over a five-day period in the Barents Sea. What was to be a display of Russian Naval power and superiority degraded into utter catastrophe as several explosions sent Russia’s fourth largest nuclear cruise missile submarine, the K-141 Kursk, to the seafloor....   [tags: naval, planning, execution]

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A Few Good Men Film

- A Few Good Men Essay In the film, A Few Good Men, characters such as the lead role, Lieutenant Daniel Kaffee (played by Tom Cruise) are portrayed to be leaders in society. I believe the movie's main focus was actually on how different a person can be because of something one person says to them. I also believe that one of the movie's main ideas was how to work people with words. This is especially true when Colonel Nathan R. Jessup (Jack Nicholson) is interrogated by Cruise. The way that Nicholson answers Cruise's questions is with such sophistication and knowledge that even though you know that he had his speech written out for him, it was delivered with such eloquence that it allows the...   [tags: movie essays]

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Attending A Highly International School At The University Of Miami

- Coming to the University of Miami, I knew I was going to attend a highly international school in an extremely international city – and I was excited. While I have always known that it is important to be culturally aware – especially when working in a group – this class and first semester taught me specifically why it is so important to do so. This project, mainly, has also taught me a lot about myself and about the skills required to work in a global business environment. Working closely with my group the last few months provided me with a great perspective of the different types of people and backgrounds that I will face in future business deals....   [tags: Culture, Learning, The Culture, Psychology]

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Analysis of an Organization's Media Communication Activities

- Analysis of an Organization's Media Communication Activities Objective: The objective of this project is to analyze an organizationÂ’s media communication activities. The work must use concepts, models, and theories to support and critical the companyÂ’s website. It should be critically assess + evaluate and use strategy to analyze. The author should review it as a marketing professional specialist and knows how, when, and where the organization use digital media to communicate with its audience, customer, stakeholder, and public....   [tags: Papers]

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The Martian Ice and Water Analysis Mission

- Mars has intrigued mankind for centuries, and ever since “War of the Worlds” caused mass hysteria over all of America, we have wondered if there is, or ever has been life on Mars. In today’s age of technology, we know that there are no little green men running around on Mars, and our attention has shifted to the location and analysis of Martian water and its history. That is the primary reason for the Martian Ice and Water Analysis Mission, or MIWA Mission. Following the primary Martian exploration plan of “Follow the Water,” the MIWA Mission is the next logical step in our exploration and research of Martian water....   [tags: Mars, Life on Mar, War of the Worlds, Aliens]

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Value Chain Management

- Value Chain Management Royal Caribbean Cruise Ltd (RCCL) has two distinct supply chains which create a unique challenge. Each supply chain is managed by a Provision Master. The first supply chain includes all food, beverage, and lodging inventories that needed for the trips. The second supply chain encompasses “corporate spend” materials, such as office supplies, printing services, hardware and software, printed materials, computer supplies, marine consumables (spare parts, fuel, lubricants, any and all services associated with the ship maintenance and etc)....   [tags: Business Management Strategy]

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A Little Bit of My Life and the Trip I Am Planning to Take

- How are your restaurants coming along. I must admit that your chef’s food tasted quite amazing when I was there. I know we just talked a few months ago in person, but I felt that I should write to you regarding my life, this cruise, and other things rather than just business related topics. Did you know that I am currently going out with Natalie Portman. Of course you didn’t, this is what I mean, this is why I wrote this letter, because it contains many aspects of my past, current, and future life so I can talk to you as a friend....   [tags: Casablanca, Morocco]

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Are You Ready For The New Cars ' Technologies?

- Automobile in Society Term Paper Ricardo Magalhaes da Silva Instructor: James VanDePolder, M.S. Topic: ARE YOU READY FOR THE NEW CARS’ TECHNOLOGIES. Introduction Since the invention of the car until today, the improvement that ground vehicles received was huge. Changes in the engine, in safety and the introduction of electronic devices that help the drivers in transit in many aspects. This term paper is going to comment about some the electronic devices present in vehicles and those that are coming....   [tags: Automobile, Transport, Vehicle, The Cars]

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Gender And Portrayal Of Gender Roles

- Gender and the portrayal of gender roles in a film is an intriguing topic. It is interesting to uncover the way women have been idealized in our films, which mirrors the sentiments of the society of that period in time. Consequently, the thesis of this essay is a feminist approach that seeks to compare and contrast the gender roles of two films. The selected films are A few Good Men and Some Like it Hot. A Few Good Men (1992) is a classic American film, with classic gender disparity. The name itself is indication enough....   [tags: Gender, Gender role, Woman, Gender identity]

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Nuclear Weapons of the Cold War

- The pope quickly organized a meeting to prepare the world for a weapon that would destroy all life on earth. "Pope Innocent II organized the conference in 11391" because of a crossbow. Approximately 800 years from this conference, the Cold War has begun. The potential of mass destruction could occur at any moment. More efforts for mining and technology went toward constructing nuclear weapons. Missiles, such as, the Tomahawk® Cruise Missile and the Trident Fleet Ballistic Missile were the new wave of nuclear weapons, in the 1980’s, used in the Cold War....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons Essays]

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Marketing Strategies For Travel Today 's Marketing Plan

- Product Strategies Travel Today’s marketing plan product strategies include offering clients vacation packages, cruises, flights, hotels, car rentals, special events, and transportation to and from airports. The company offers last-minute deals to Mexico and the Caribbean to include airfare. Travel Today is offers travel opportunities throughout Europe by offering luxury, adventure, sport, and gourmet food packages. Travel Today is offers adventure packages to Mediterranean or Northern Alaska. Travel Today customizes travel packages....   [tags: Travel, Travel agency, Customer, Trip]

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Analysis of Royal Caribbean International's Operations in Singapore

- 1. Introduction Deep-sea passenger transportation are amongst the most rapidly growing and evolving sectors in the hospitality industry(Wie, 2004, Douglas et al., 2010). As such, there underscores the need for strategy development to ensure the long-term success of firms in this industry. This report would focus on Royal Caribbean International's operations in Singapore, and analyze it based on its external and internal environments, while concluding with a recommendation of strategies that could be adopted as part of the organization's long-term strategic trajectory....   [tags: Royal Caribbean SWOT Analysis]

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Royal Caribbean International Case Analysis

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The Ethics of Car Safety and the Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics

- The Ten Commandments of Computer Ethics (App A) was first created in 1992 by the Computer Ethics Institute and presented by Dr. Ramon C. Barquins in his paper “In Pursuit of a ‘Ten Commandments’ of Computer Ethics” as a means to create “a set of standards to guide and instruct people in the ethical use of computers.” (1) Computer ethics is about guidelines related to decisions made by computer designers to help lead their actions and assist in the decisions they make. The technological boom of the past three decades has surpassed traditional ethic beliefs; hence Dr....   [tags: car safety, ethics,]

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Things that You Can do to Prevent Noroviral Infection

- It is three o’clock in the morning. You have a low fever, are extremely thirsty, and have chills. Your muscles ache and you have a general feeling of sickness. You decide to cancel your first appointment the next day and go to the doctor. The diagnosis. Norovirus, a markedly contagious single stranded DNA. The norovirus is commonly referred too as viral gastroenteritis, winter-vomiting disease, non-bacterial gastroenteritis, and food poisoning. Viral gastroenteritis is transmitted through food, water, and close conditions such as those in hospitals and on airplanes and cruise ships....   [tags: gastroenteritis, norovirus, infections]

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Our Lives We Use Critical Thinking Skills

- Everyday in our lives we use critical thinking skills and our perspectives to help us assess and handle situations carefully. Throughout my life I have been granted experiences that have helped me become a more logical, openminded, communicative thinker. My experience while in Honduras helped me strengthen my thinking skill of not making assumptions and jumping to conclusions and my experience with prejudices, stereotypes, and labeling helped me become better at communicating and handling my situations carefully....   [tags: Critical thinking, Thought, Reasoning, Stereotype]

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The Impact of September 11, 2001

- On September 11, 2001, terrorists savagely attacked the United States of American. Thousands of individuals lost their lives as two airplanes crashed into the two World Trade Center 1`buildings and the Pentagon. This brutal act shook the world. This terrorists’ attack has changed many aspects of people’s lives worldwide. It not only affected the US but everyone around the world. During the aftermath, we learned that we lost one of our native virgin islanders. US Army, Staff Sargent Maudlyn A. White, 38, born on St....   [tags: Politics, Terrorism, ]

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The Conflict Of The Middle East

- It has been nearly a month since the Russian airstrike in Syria has started, and their endgame is still uncertain. The official Russian standpoint is that the Assad regime in Syria is the only legitimate authority in Syria at this point, and in order to restore peace and stability within Syria, fighting the terrorist is the best way. Although they have been giving contradicting statements over the past few weeks making the West difficult to understand what Russia’s intentions are. At first, Russia claimed that the airstrike was solely to combat ISIS and Al-Qaeda associated terrorists within Syria and Iraq....   [tags: Russia, United States, Middle East, World War II]

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Fuel Efficiency Technology

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The Controversial Branch Of Medicine

- The controversial branch of medicine ‘psychiatry’ has been criticised as a ‘pseudoscience’, figures such as Tom Cruise claim that individuals affected by a mental illness should seek natural techniques rather than utilise the medicine that psychiatrists prescribe. As psychiatry concerns the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental illnesses or abnormal behaviour. Critiques of this study, such as Cruise, stress that it is simply a pseudoscience.To explore this in a context that concerns the mental health community the limitations, advantages,perceptions of the community in addition to the insight of medical professionals will be applied to the different approaches individual seek such as...   [tags: Psychiatry, Mental disorder, Medicine]

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Reputation Management

- The research suggests that reputation comes from relationships and trust. Fombrun (1996) stated that to have a positive reputation managers must invest in building and maintaining good relationships. Building relationships with the company’s publics can result in a higher opinion of their reputation. These relationships also builds trust in the company. “Trust, like reputation, can take years and resources to build up, and while it may be difficult to break, it, again, like reputation, can take considerable time and even more resources to restore” (Bronn, 2010, pg....   [tags: Visibility, Transparency, Responsiveness]

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The Gulf War

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Nissan VSS-From-Instrument Cluster Investigation

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The Truths of Autism

- Every year doctors diagnose thousands of adults and children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Due to the growing awareness of autism and recent developments in technology, scientists and doctors can now discover and observe the effects of autism on society, and people. Starting with its discovery, researchers have been able to diagnose people more effectively. Doctors are beginning to discover what causes this disorder, and are currently trying to find ways to prevent and treat it. Many places have opened their doors to people with this disorder, creating autistic friendly environments where people are patient and understanding....   [tags: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Doctors, Diagnosis]

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Southwest Airlines : Customer Value

- Customer Value Insights Southwest Airlines has managed to keep a profit year after year while keeping customers happy. According to Southwest airlines official website, they have a track record of 42 consecutive years of profitability and they have been on Fortune magazine’s list of the most admired companies in the world (Gary Kelly chairman, president and CEO Southwest Airlines). How does Southwest maintain such a stellar service. Most airlines provide the same services and products. A southwest airline differentiates itself from others by providing those services and products at a lower cost and with more professionalism, courtesy, and humor....   [tags: Southwest Airlines, Airline, Boeing 737]

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High School Senior Trip

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Port Everglades

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Movie Analysis : ' The D ' Stand For Disney And The ' 23 '

- The characters, films, and merchandise are known and purchased all over the globe (Stein 13). Another reason that the company is known so well is because of the Disneyana Fan Club or D23. The “D” stand for Disney and the “23”stands for 1923, the year Walt moved to California and started his studio (Stein 6). This club was started by a small group of Disney fans and has increased to now having thousands of members belonging to the group from all over the world. Each year, this group holds its own convention every summer in California (6)....   [tags: The Walt Disney Company, Walt Disney]

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The Myths of Technology: The Future of Society as Depicted in The Movie Wall-E

- With every decision one makes in life there are the pros and cons of said decision. If one were to eat a hamburger after a fulfilling work out the pros are: the hamburger was delicious, the cons: one now has to work off the burger they so hastily ate. Regardless if one sees the impact of the decisions they make, the pros and cons affect ones choices inevitably. Andrew Stanton uses these pros and cons and shows how they affect one’s life in his movie Wall-E. Wall-E focuses on the aspects technology has on humans living in a disposable society and the world around them....   [tags: Andrew Stanton, Film Analysis]

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Do Gender Plays A Role On Statistics Anxiety And / Or Attitude Towards Statistics

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Why Fly to Bangkok?: Top 10 Attractions to See in Bangkok

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A Proposal For The Facility Security Officer ( Fso )

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- When having an intercultural encounter, it can sometimes be puzzling, confusing, and difficult to communicate with one another. About a year ago, my family and I went on a tropical cruise. We had four different stops, including one of my favorite islands, St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands. If you have ever been on a cruise or gone international before, you know that it can be difficult to get Wi-Fi or cell service. Sometimes you can avoid having to use your electronics, since you are on vacation anyways....   [tags: Communication, Nonverbal communication]

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The Decline in the Need for Travel Agencies

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Analysis Of The Movie ' Wall E '

- In the film Wall-E we are introduced to a distant and future world. In this future world a single company, Buy’n’Large, controls all consumer goods. Humans have consumed and waisted to the point of Earth becoming one giant landfill. The environment becomes so damaged that the earth is deemed uninhabitable, and all plant life ceases to grow. Humans abandon Earth, and their responsibilities, and leave robots behind to clean up their mess while they “go on a cruise”. Technology is has been perfected in this future world and the entire population lives in a fully automated spaceship called the Axiom....   [tags: Life, Human, World population, Earth]

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Movie Analysis : ' N Go Release !

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My Lifelong Dream Ruined in a Moment

- ... Her words like shoot trough my brain and remained resound. I don’t know how much time I couldn’t make a sound – the combination of the upset voice of my mother, which shocked me, because I’ve never heard her sounding like this, and the tought that my dream is on its way about to crash in front of me, a few hours before it goes true, made my legs shaking, my mind clouded and it felt like I lost my ability to talk. “Are you okay?” – I finally managed to whisper and after a few second everything became clear to me....   [tags: personal narrative]

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My Favorite Business Operating At Central Florida

- My favorite business operating in Central Florida is The Walt Disney Company. Disney is an entertainment and mass media conglomerate. It has its headquarters in Burbank, California. Disney was founded on October 16, 1923 by Walt Disney and his brother Roy. In my opinion, Disney embodies the ideal corporation. I am biased though. I have worked at Disney for over 17 years as a Power Delivery Service Manager. The way we do business is one of the things that make Disney a special place to work. The Company has a well-earned and deserved reputation for how its employees and cast members interact with guests, customers, business partners, and one another....   [tags: Walt Disney, The Walt Disney Company]

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