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Amadeus by Luftner 4. American Cruise Lines 5. Andrew Weir Shipping Co. (St. Helena Line) 6. (...) Cunard Line 21. Disney Cruise Line 22. Evergreen Tours 23. eWaterways 24. (...) Louis Cruises 32. MSC Cruises 33. Norwegian Cruise Line 34.
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Score: 1763423.2 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...CRP2_AppendixA_AttachmentA.pdf
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Comments were received on this issue from the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), and they are included at Attachment A to this note. (...) Norwegian [Cruise Lines] generates additional revenue on its ships principally from casino operations, beverage sales, specialty dining, shore excursions, gift shop purchases, and spa services. (...) E/C.18/2014/CRP.2     10 A recent announcement by Carnival Cruise Line should remove any doubt others are watching ancillary revenue developments in the airline industry.
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Score: 1613342 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-...RP2_CruiseShippingArticle8.pdf
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Through the Get on Board for Children!  programme, MSC Cruises is raising awareness among younger guests and their families about UNICEF’s work, collecting guest donations and selling UNICEF products on board MSC Cruises ships. (...) About MSC Group Founded in 1970, the Swiss-based MSC Group has grown to become the second-largest container shipping line in the world. MSC Cruises, a member of the MSC Group, is the world’s largest privately owned cruise line and the market leader in Europe, South America and South Africa, sailing year-round in the Mediterranean and Caribbean. (...) MSC Cruises is the first global cruise line to develop an investment plan of this magnitude and duration, spanning a horizon of over ten years, from 2014 to 2026. 
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Score: 1601752.4 - https://www.unicef.org/partnerships/msc-cruises
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CLIA Background The Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) is the world's largest cruise industry trade association with representation in North and South America, the United Kingdom, Europe, Asia and Australasia. A list of CLIA’s cruise line members is attached as Appendix A. CLIA is the cruise industry’s representative at the International Maritime Organization (IMO), actively providing input on maritime policies and submitting policy proposals for consideration by the IMO’s member states. (...) 3 One cruise line advertises “6, 7, 11, or 12-day Norwegian Coastal Voyages” and “[o]ver 1,000 short port to port variations to choose from on the Norwegian Coastal Voyage.” 4 Article 37 of the European Union Principal VAT Directive refers to “passenger transport operation” by ship, making no reference to the term “cruise” although other documents by the European Commission and the Court of Justice for the European Union have done so.
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Score: 1520256.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/ffd/wp-.../10/10STM_CRP2_AttachmentA.pdf
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Editorial: ECLAC April 2001 Download Publication pdf Description More free time and disposable income not only in developed but also in emerging countries have generated a demand that shipping lines have capitalized on by offering ocean cruise services to an exponentially growing segment of the tourist industry. With the search for alternative destinations for ocean cruises, in recent years the Southern Cone countries of Latin America have been playing host to an encouraging number of passenger ships during the summer November-March season, suggesting that this sub-region could become a permanent feature of the circuit of international ocean cruises. (...) View bibliographical record in the Digital Repository You might be interested in The tourist cruise industry and its impact on... Scheduled services of tourist trains in Latin...
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Score: 1519036.9 - https://www.cepal.org/en/publi...w-opportunities-and-challenges
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Présentation PowerPoint Vanilla Islands The new flavoured cruising destination Africa Comoros Seychelles Mayotte Madagascar Réunion Island Mauritius Pascal VIROLEAU – 2018, May the 21st Connectivity Increasing connectivity More ships More attractive More profitability Highest passengers satisfaction Passengers satisfaction Challenges Increasing customer satisfaction: Meet and surpass their expectation Price, service, authenticity, wow experiences… Need for ethics Planting trees is not enough Recommendations Understanding the needs of cruise lines Facilitating private investments in infrastructures and regional lines Sharing the practices Being able to prove the sustainability of the island: System to monitor and manage the environment impact Issue FINANCING THE ADMINISTRATIVE WORK Monitoring, managing, sharing, benchmarking Thank You
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Score: 1517093.7 - https://www.un.org/ohrlls/site...nilla-islands-organization.pdf
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Quick Reference Guidance (QRG) Alleviation Title Recent experience requirements - pilot-in-command, co-pilot and cruise relief pilot Version 2.0 Publication Date 15 May 2020 Relevant Standard(s) Annex 6, Part I: 9.4.1.1 The operator shall not assign a pilot-in-command or a co-pilot to operate at the flight controls of a type or variant of a type of aeroplane during take-off and landing unless that pilot has operated the flight controls during at least three take-offs and landings within the preceding 90 days on the same type of aeroplane or in a flight simulator approved for the purpose. 9.4.2.1 The operator shall not assign a pilot to act in the capacity of cruise relief pilot in a type or variant of a type of aeroplane unless, within the preceding 90 days that pilot has either: a) operated as a pilot-in-command, co-pilot or cruise relief pilot on the same type of aeroplane; or b) carried out flying skill refresher training including normal, abnormal and emergency procedures specific to cruise flight on the same type of aeroplane or in a flight simulator approved for the purpose, and has practised approach and landing procedures, where the approach and landing procedure practice may be performed as the pilot who is not flying the aeroplane. (...) Alleviation summary Temporarily allow operators to assign pilots to act as pilot-in-command or co-pilot or cruise relief pilot although not meeting all recent experience requirements. (...) Combinations labelled ‘OK’ are acceptable in line with the guidance provided in the QRG
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Score: 1505426.7 - https://www.icao.int/MID/Documents/RPTF/OPS-RER.pdf
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Quick Reference Guidance (QRG) Alleviation Title Recent experience requirements - pilot-in-command, co-pilot and cruise relief pilot Version 2.0 Publication Date 15 May 2020 Relevant Standard(s) Annex 6, Part I: 9.4.1.1 The operator shall not assign a pilot-in-command or a co-pilot to operate at the flight controls of a type or variant of a type of aeroplane during take-off and landing unless that pilot has operated the flight controls during at least three take-offs and landings within the preceding 90 days on the same type of aeroplane or in a flight simulator approved for the purpose. 9.4.2.1 The operator shall not assign a pilot to act in the capacity of cruise relief pilot in a type or variant of a type of aeroplane unless, within the preceding 90 days that pilot has either: a) operated as a pilot-in-command, co-pilot or cruise relief pilot on the same type of aeroplane; or b) carried out flying skill refresher training including normal, abnormal and emergency procedures specific to cruise flight on the same type of aeroplane or in a flight simulator approved for the purpose, and has practised approach and landing procedures, where the approach and landing procedure practice may be performed as the pilot who is not flying the aeroplane. (...) Alleviation summary Temporarily allow operators to assign pilots to act as pilot-in-command or co-pilot or cruise relief pilot although not meeting all recent experience requirements. (...) Combinations labelled ‘OK’ are acceptable in line with the guidance provided in the QRG
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Score: 1505426.7 - https://www.icao.int/safety/CO...uise%20relief%20pilot_v2.0.pdf
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DATABASES directory - inventory of French marine data sets or international databases collected by French research agencies. OCEANOGRAPHIC CRUISES directory - contains more than 6700 cruise summary reports from cruises conducted mainly by French research vessels. (...) Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) Yes for some, other on request http://www.jamstec.go.jp/dataportal/viewer.htm JAMSEC data search portal – search cruise data via a map interface Japanese Oceanographic Data Center (JODC) Yes for some, other on request http://www.jodc.go.jp/service.htm JODC Data On-line Service System (J-DOSS): search for and access a range of physical-chemical oceanographic data aquired by Japan Coast Guard, Meteorological Agency, Fisheries Agency and other organizations. (...) Searches by geographic area, year of cruise, institution, platform, cruise, date or parameter are available.
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Score: 1475335.45 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/c...a_portals_holders_websites.pdf
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During each survey, the cruise leader, who is a scientist from IMR, is expected to ensure that sampling is carried out according to agreed standards and objectives.  The co-cruise leader, who is a scientist from partner countries, assists the cruise leader on all aspects of a survey implementation, including supervision of the teams, data collection, analysis, and reporting. For this survey, both co-cruise leaders Dr Wagne and Dr Sarré attended the first-ever co-cruise leader training that was organized in February 2020 with the aim to enable scientists from the Programme partner countries to effectively assist the cruise leaders and thus develop experience in leading a scientific expedition
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Score: 1403074.6 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...ts/detail-events/en/c/1446567/
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