CRUISE TOURISM: JAPAN TO DEVELOP SIX PORTS

Dan Rang -
The Japanese government decided to develop a network of six specialized marine terminals for cruise ships. In recent years, the cruise tourism has become increasingly popular, especially among wealthy...

TOKYO TO TURN CRUISE SHIPS INTO HOTELS DURING 2020 OLYMPICS

Ashley Nault -
Japan authorities reported on their plans to use their cruise ships as hotels during the much-awaited 2020 Summer Olympics. According to governmental sources cited by Japan News, the Japanese governm...

CRUISE TOURISM SELF-RESTRICTIONS IN EUROPE CONTINUE

Nik Fes -
Cruise tourism is a form of entertainment but can also cause big problems for those not using it for recreational purposes. This applies mainly to local citizens of top tourist destinations that are i...

CRUISE TOURISM STAGNATING IN SOUTHERN UKRAINE

Sara Thopson -
While in 2013 there were 106 cruise ships in Odessa, well known cruise destination in Ukraine, currently there is just four of them. War, political instability and economic crisis in the country have ...

AMSTERDAM TAKES NECESSARY MEASURES AMID CRUISE TOURISM BOOM

Kevin Eagan -
Amsterdam plans to move the central cruise terminal further away from the city center as a measure against the tourism overload. The explosive growth of the travel sector is mainly felt in the area o...
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