- Words: 2085
- Length: 8 Pages
- Topic: Recreation
- Paper #: 77361950
S.-based headquarters, marketing and tour operations (Billion, 2006);
Purchase of goods and services necessary for cruise operations, including food and beverages, fuel, hotel supplies and equipment, navigation and communication equipment, etc. (Billion, 2006).;
Payments for port services at U.S. homeports and ports-of-call; and Maintenance and repair of cruise ships at U.S. shipyards and capital expenditures for port terminals, office facilities and other capital equipment (Billion, 2006). "
The cruise industry economics benefits the