This new book, beautifully illustrated with a magnificent collection of over 300 photographs, covers the development of a much-loved type of vessel, the 'classic' cross channel or short sea passenger ferry often described as a liner in miniature. From the mid-19th century paddle ferries slowly evolved into screw-driven steamers but it was the advent of the steam turbine and the construction of the railway steamers The Queen and Brighton in 1903 that caught the attention of the world. Similarly-propelled ships multiplied and their use soon spread to the Antipodes, Japan, the Mediterranean and North America. In 1912 Rudolf Diesel's new oil engine went to sea in a cargo ship but it was not until 1925 that it was first employed to widespread acclaim in the Danish North Sea packet Parkeston. In 1934 it made its debut on the English Channel with the Belgian Government's striking 25-knot motor ferry Prins Baudouin. The inexorable increase in car travel from the 1930s led to the development of a new breed of specialised car ferry accessed through bow and stern doors and the proliferation of these after WW2 led to the eventual demise of the 'classic' passenger ferry in the 1960s. With its informative introductory texts and abundant photographs and detailed captions, this book will appeal to ship enthusiasts around the world and to all those who mourn the passing of the golden age of the passenger ship.
The fourth edition of Marketing for Tourism provides an introduction to the general theory of marketing and its application in the various sectors of the travel and tourism industry. This leading text has been fully revised and updated to take account of recent changes within this dynamic and fast-moving sector. A number of in-depth case studies compliment a strong pedagogical structure throughout the book, including learning objectives, illustrations, examples, end-of-chapter questions and issues for discussion. Clearly laid out and accessibly written, the book is ideal for students taking modules on Marketing for Tourism within undergraduate degrees in Tourism, Marketing and Business Studies. It is also suitable for postgraduate, professional and conversion courses in Tourism.
A Report on the Existence Or Possible Existence of a Monopoly Situation in Relation to the Supply in the United Kingdom of Cross-Channel Car Ferry Services and on a Proposal to Enter Into Agreements for the Joint Or Co-ordinated Supply of Such Services
Author: Great Britain. Monopolies and Mergers Commission
One of the leading texts in the field, Tourism Management is the ideal introduction to the fundamentals of tourism as you study for a degree, diploma or single module in the subject with a global focus. It is written in an engaging style that assumes no prior knowledge of tourism and builds up your understanding as you progress through this wide-ranging global review of the principles of managing tourism. It traces the evolution and future development of tourism and the challenges facing tourism managers in this fast-growing sector of the world economy. This book is highly illustrated with diagrams and colour images, and contains short case studies of contemporary themes of interest, as well as new data, statistics, weblinks to key reports and industry studies. This 6th edition has been revised and updated to include: new content on: sports, festivals and event tourism, including the impact of the Olympic Games, social media impacts on tourism and the growth of medical tourism contemporary issues affecting businesses, such as disruptive technology, the rise of Airbnb, the impact of terrorism on destination instability and safety, and the potential effect of BREXIT updated case studies on BRIC markets and an enhanced focus on Asia as well as emerging markets such as the Middle East and South America enhanced sustainable development coverage highlighting the challenge of climate change and future tourism growth, including new debates such as Last Chance Tourism and overtourism a transport section with more international perspectives from China and South America and globalized transport operators, and a case study on using taxation to limit air travel behaviour an updated companion website with: additional case studies, quizzes, PPTs, further reading, web reading and video links.
A Review of the North European Coastal Bulk Trades : an Industry Report
Author: David Tinsley
Publisher: L L P
Category: Bulk carrier cargo ships
An industry report which examines the structure of North European coastal, short-sea and intermediate trades, with the focus on the opportunities and problems that changes such as the Single Market, the ending of European flag protectionism and the Channel Tunnel will create. Intra-European trade is expected to increase by up to 40% over the next 3 years.