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					CRUISE SHIPS – NOT JUST FOR
 GRANDMA AND GRANDPA
        ANYMORE


         Professor: Cheng-Nan Chen
            GROUP’S MEMBERS

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Mamunur          Nguyen Tan   Huynh Tan Tai
 Rahsid           Nhat Duy




    Betty        Do Nguyen        ViVi
                  Yen Nhi
           ABOUT CRUISE SHIPS

A cruise ship is a passenger ship used for pleasure
 voyages, the voyage itself and the ship's amenities are
 part of the experience, as well as the different
 destinations along the way.
         ABOUT CRUISE SHIPS

They make it easy to visit several places in a single
trip without the need to pack your belongings and sit
in a car/train/bus/plane to travel to each one; your
hotel room comes along with you, and even provides
the transportation
          ABOUT CRUISE SHIPS

Typical itineraries also limit the time you can spend
in each place, usually just a short day of activities or
sightseeing. They may also include one or more days
at sea: paradise if you enjoy a relaxing day by the
pool, but perhaps frustrating if you prefer more active
exploration. Nonetheless, the benefits far outweigh
the drawbacks for enough people to support a
growing industry.
        ON-BOARD FACILITIES

You'll be surrounded by water you can't swim in,
but rest assured that all but the smallest ships will
have a swimming pool, and in all but the coldest
regions there will be deck chairs aplenty to lie on.
The pools won't be great for swimming laps, but
some new ships are being equipped with small
swim-against-the-current pools.
        ON-BOARD FACILITIES

Without the legal restrictions imposed on land-
based facilities, cruise ships routinely operate a
casino.
        ON-BOARD FACILITIES

Shopping is generally available, with several
stores available on board. You can buy souvenirs
or pick up some of the essential things you forgot
to pack like a new bathing suit. These stores may
be duty free but don't expect big bargains. Ships
or cruise line logo merchandise can also be found
aboard.
           ON-BOARD FACILITIES

•   Cinema
•   Indoor and/or outdoor swimming pool
•   Hot tub
•   Buffet restaurant
•   Lounges
•   Gym
•   Clubs
       CRUISE SHIPS BUSINESS
          DEVELOPMENT
‘Cruise Shipping’ is an international industry and
its efficiency judged by the contribution it makes
to the country’s economy is governed by the
industry structure infrastructure and policy
package in place
      CRUISE SHIPS BUSINESS
         DEVELOPMENT
Cruising has become a major part of the
tourism industry, accounting for U.S.$27
billion with over 18 million passengers carried
worldwide in 2010.
       CRUISE SHIPS BUSINESS
          DEVELOPMENT
Ships were located in more ports around the
world – from Southampton in the United
Kingdom to Hong Kong, Majorca, Australia, and
even Galveston, Texas- to draw passengers from a
wider geographic area.
          CRUISE SHIPS BUSINESS
             DEVELOPMENT
• The most well-known destinations for cruise ships
  are tropical ports in the Caribbean or the Mexican
  Riviera, but cruises can be found almost anywhere
  there's a enough water to float a boat and cities to
  visit.
• Cruise ships of various sizes visit the coasts of
  Alaska, Scandinavia, South-East Asia, East Asia,
  southern Europe, Australia, and New England;
  various islands of the Pacific Ocean; navigable
  rivers and lakes of Europe, China, Brazil, Egypt,
  and North America; and numerous other places.
  Even the North Pole and Antarctica are now
  destinations.
       CRUISE SHIPS BUSINESS
          DEVELOPMENT
Carnival Corporation is the giant in the cruise
industry. It owns Carnival Cruise Lines, Princess
Cruises, Holland America, Cunard Line, Costa
Cruises and Seabourn Cruises
        SWOT - STRENGTH


Ships were located in
more ports around the
world from Southampton
in the United King Dom
to Hong Kong, Majorca,
Australia, Galveston,
Texas…
              SWOT - WEAK

• Costly in maintenance
• High investment
         SWOT - OPPORTUNITIES

• The low taxes and operating costs gained from
  registering in countries such as Panama, Liberia
• A lot of customers want to go on vacation by cruise
• Complete of services and entertainment made
  people choose cruise
• Can do some business relationship with tour and
  travel company
              SWOT - THREAT

• Terrorist attacks and
  political unrest around
  the world
• Unsteadiness of
  Economic situation
• Natural disaster
• High energy costs
              CONCLUSION

Due to economy of scale the vast majority of
modern cruise ships are behemoths that carry
2,000 to 5,000 passengers. While the luxury
segment of the cruise industry boasts small
boutique vessels, the odds are you'll board a
floating city. Voyages range from a few days to a
full circumnavigation of the globe lasting three
months while fares range from a few hundred
dollars to $100,000+.
               CONCLUSION

While the cruise industry once catered primarily
to seniors, the age of passengers has dropped
significantly. For example, the average age of
Royal Caribbean's passengers is 48, and for
cruises designed to appeal to younger travelers
(such as Disney or "party" cruises), it's even lower.
Cruising has turned into an enormously popular
family vacation due to the specialized children's
programs offered aboard ships.
THANKS FOR YOUR
  ATTENTION !!!

				
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