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Tourisme de croisière et industrie de la croisière

Abstract : This paper proposes a reflection on the cruise industry, the importance and scope of this industry. One of the objectives is to examine in particular the relationship between cruise lines and ports that receive cruises and excursionists. The cruise product built from the 1970s engendred a specific mass tourism. And the boat is both the means of transport and the destination. The stops have a secondary role in this logic that favors gigantism, standardization and uniformity. While gigantism known some limits, cruise products reconstructs itself spatially and innovative segments of the high-end and luxury.
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Olivier Dehoorne, Nathalie Petit-Charles. Tourisme de croisière et industrie de la croisière. Etudes Caribéennes, Université des Antilles, 2011, Le tourisme de croisière : territorialisation, construction des lieux et enjeux de développement, ⟨hal-01368511⟩



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