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  • Personal Narrative Essay On A Cruise Ship

    In May 2008, I went on a cruise to the Bahamas with my family and my cousins. It was our annual family reunion and we decided to do something different this year. I remember it like it was yesterday; we woke up at the crack of dawn on a Thursday morning. When we got on the Carnival Paradise, after driving all morning to Florida. My sister Quantoria, and I were very excited to go on our first cruise. The best thing about the cruise to me is the unlimited about of food that you could eat. It didn’t matter what time of the day it was you could go to any restaurant and get as much food as you could eat. So of course my cousin Ricky and I spent a lot of time there. Some of the cool things that on a cruise ship is that totally blew my mind, is that how any and everything you can imagine of you can do on a cruise ship.…

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  • Narrative Essay On A Cruise Ship

    There it was! George was thrilled with what he was experiencing--he about to board a one thousand, one hundred and eighty-seven feet cruise ship. It was George's dream to go on the biggest cruise ship in the world. The cruise ship had many floors with loads of different entertainment. George had a plan of what he would do every second he spent on the cruise ship. George was ready to dash on the cruise ship when the doors were ready to open. Once the doors opened, George gently shoved everyone…

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  • Cruise Ship Injury Essay

    Injured While On A Cruise? Learn How To Be Compensated Summer vacations are a time to relax and unwind, especially if you are taking a cruise. Unfortunately, an unexpected injury can take your vacation to a grinding halt. If you are injured while vacationing on a cruise ship, you may have the right to legal compensation for your injuries. You Must Prove Negligence The only way a cruise ship can be responsible for your injuries is if they were negligent in some way. This means that they acted…

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  • Venice Destination Analysis

    In 2005 - 2006 ,a survey conducted by Venice Terminal Passenger (VTP) and Astoria portuale di Venezia(APV) shown that the average spending of each passengers of the cruise in Venice is €107 each day.(Melanie, 2012) The cruise industry benefited the economy of Italy the most with more than €4.6 billion of direct business impact and over 102000 jobs are about this industry. (Raoul de Forcade, 2015) In Venice, 1 shop out of 6 lives and 33 per cent of the hotel lives are because of the cruise…

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  • Cruise Tourism Case Study

    The type of tourist that I am going to write about is cruise tourist. Having a vacation on a cruise is rather affordable. Cruise tourism nowadays has been an alternate choice for tourists to reach their desired destination. Compare to airlines, tourists would prefer to choose cruises. This is due to the variety of entertainments such as casinos, pools and shows. Tourists would definitely like to spend their time and money on a cruise over an airline. In terms of cruises, different cruises offer…

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  • What Is The Legal External Environment Affect The Cruise Industry?

    national laws, may affect the cruise industry. Cruise companies often try to avoid legal factors such as national taxes and labour laws by registering their organisation and cruise liners in foreign countries with a weak political environment, such as Panama, the Bahamas, and Liberia (Burke, 2009). This is often stated as the ‘flag of convenience’. This frequently results in employees of cruises being underpaid, mistreated and they will often lack the ability to purse lawsuits. This is an…

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  • Personal Narrative: The Devikas

    The Devikas It took over three weeks for my mom to decide if she would let me go with my aunt’s sister-in-law, her boyfriend, and her daughter. They were going to Universal Studios in Florida and on a cruise to the Bahamas for two weeks. The trip was to be a Christmas surprise for her daughter. They wanted me to be part of her gift and insisted on paying all of my expenses. It was a trip of lifetime for a girl like me whose longest venture had been to California. My mom had a difficult time…

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  • Tallink Group Case Study

    The Business Strategy of Tallink Group The Group’s vision for 2014 is to be a market leader in the cruise line industry of Europe by offering world class services in leisure and business travel. The Group’s Strategy is to: 1. Strive for the highest level of customer satisfaction 2. Increase the volumes and strengthen the market position in the region 3. Develop wide range of quality services for different customers and to pursue new growth opportunities 4. Maintain an optimal debt level that…

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  • Haines: Future In Tourism

    Furthermore, a decreasing trend in cruise ships docking declined between 1988 and 1989. At this point locals again turned to their government to find ways to promote the city as a tourism destination. Unfortunately, it seems that they like to keep waiting, until they are in trouble economically. Therefore, they have to learn how to envision for the future. It also seems that they do not take a good care of their city, since the government had to create training programs to teach them how to…

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  • Italy And Greece Research Paper

    I was rooming with anymore and I was over the whole being in a different time zone than my family. After the first day in Athens we boarded a cruise ship for a three-day cruise around the Greek islands. The cruise was not good for me, I was extremely sick the whole time, I missed my family and I just wanted to go home. I bought Wi-Fi to make sure I could talk to my mom and see my siblings and I was missing the fourth of July which is one of my favorite holidays. I did enjoy the excursions off…

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