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Catrinel Dridea () and Gina (Lefter) Dobrotă ()
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Catrinel Dridea: Romanian American University in Bucharest
Gina (Lefter) Dobrotă: Romanian American University in Bucharest

Romanian Economic Business Review, 2021, vol. 16, issue 4, 25-32

Abstract: With a relatively recent history, the cruising industry has grown significantly over the years. Nowadays, at over 20 years of the XXI century, in a difficult period, with political instability, lack of confidence in economical unions, economic crisis and Covid 19 pandemic, the cruising industry is still focusing on creating an innovating product, new cruise ships, able to fulfill passengers’ needs and wants, as many possible, trying to impress by a modern design and special amenities and facilities, that no one expected to be possible 50 years ago. In this context, this research aims to underline the newest architectural and design trends of river, sea and ocean cruises, taking into consideration the changes of consumer behavior of cruise passengers

Keywords: Cruise line; design; facilities; innovation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021
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