The cruise industry has impacted differently on the environment. The cruise industry has led to modification of natural and built environment. Cruise line establishment involves constructions and exploitation of the natural environment which leads to disappearance of natural habitat. Moreover the spilling of oil caused by ships cause damages to the marine and terrestrial habitat. It leads to pollution that cannot be easily cleaned as most of the spillages occur in the remote areas (Castellani and Sala (2009).
This puts marine mammals and fish into a big risk. The effect is devastating to the local communities, which depend on the use of water and oceanic fishing. Ships and speedboats cause disturbances to ocean fish and mammals.
Cruise industry causes a lot of damage to the environment that cannot be calculated. Some of the activities cannot be easily controlled by the regulatory bodies. There is a lot of waste emitted by big ships, which have high carrying capacity of up to 5000 passengers. The coastal areas next to the ports destination suffer a lot from these wastes.
Cruise industry can be exhaustively looked at in various aspects. The perspectives include impacts to the residents of a destination area and the strategies employed to cope with the impacts.
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The data translate to a big amount when each crew carries a capacity of over three thousand and two thousand (Virgintino, 2012). High interest in cruising rose as a result of the attached culture that made the mode is perceived as the most luxurious and the work of the media that linked the use of ships to high rated movies creating a positive image in voyage activities. In addition, use of water transport was preferred because it was considered a means used by the social