Cruise Ships After Course

Tourtellot, Jonathan B.
July 2003
National Geographic Traveler;Jul/Aug2003, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p53
Highlights efforts of cruise lines to launch initiatives that will develop and apply environmental guidelines to onshore excursion operators. Action taken by cruise lines to safeguard the sea environment; Impact of excursions on the environment.


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