DUBLIN TO REGULATE ITS CRUISE TOURISM

Andrew J. Wein -
Of the 160 ships scheduled to dock in Dublin, only half can do so. The goal is to prevent port saturation....

FOREIGN CRUISE OPERATORS FIGHTING FOR CHINESE MARKET

Dan Rang -
The Chinese market is the world’s second largest cruise market after the United States. The number of cruise passengers has been increasing by 76% every year for about four years. In 2016 the new reco...

GERMAN CRUISE TOURISM BOOM CONTINUES AMID SAFETY CONCERNS ABROAD

Nik Fes -
Cruise tourism in Germany continues to boom, while the aviation industry is in crisis. Important source markets such as Turkey are in crisis, which raises a question, whether cruise tourism is a profi...

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...

TUNISIAN TOURISM REJOICES OVER FIRST CRUISE CALL

Michael Trout -
For the first time since the attack at the Bardo Museum on 18 March, 2015, which resulted in 21 dead people, mostly tourists, a cruise ship made a stopover in Tunisia. This brings hope to Tunisian tou...
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