Analysis of the North American Cruise Industry, Volume 39, Issue 81

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The Administration, 1980 - Merchant marine - 145 pages

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Page 32 - Education College graduate Some college High school graduate Less than high school...
Page 24 - ... build a 90-passenger vessel. ACL's representative expressed concern that competition from the Cunard vessels would harm ACL's operations and potential for growth. Competition exists among all vacations, since they offer rather similar kinds of experiences. The cruise industry is a relatively small part of the total vacation market, however, it has grown at the same rate as total vacations and has maintained a relatively constant share of the total market. In addition, the cruise industry depends...
Page 122 - ... operating-differential subsidies under Titles V and VI of the Merchant Marine Act of 1936, as amended.
Page 1 - The objective of the first phase of the study was: to determine the supply and demand characteristics of the cruise industry in the United States.
Page 1 - The research and analysis contained in this report was conducted in two phases. The first phase was designed to provide the Maritime Administration with market information about the US cruise industry.

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