CRUİSE TOURISM AND ENVIRONMENTAL RELATIONS


Muğan Ertuğral S. , Gedik Arslan S.

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RESOURCE RECOVERY IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING - ÇEVRE MÜHENDISLIGIKAYNAK GERI KAZANIMI ULUSLARARASI KONGRESI,, İstanbul, Türkiye, 15 - 16 Kasım 2018, ss.69

  • Basıldığı Şehir: İstanbul
  • Basıldığı Ülke: Türkiye
  • Sayfa Sayıları: ss.69

Özet

Abstract: In the 1800s, cruising travels as a form of travel has started to offer a wide range of services such as eating and drinking, accommodation, shopping, sports and entertainment. As the demand for cruise travels into a tourism activity has increased, large cruise companies and the size of cruise ships has expanded and the number of cruise ships has increased. The landlocked countries such as Turkey cruise attract tourists to the country, and have built the main port for large ships to approach. Cruise tourism, which is growing and becoming a sector, is a kind of tourism which is in direct relation with the environment. This interaction has to be positive, especially when carrying large numbers of tourists, the issue of waste of large cruise ships has emerged. In this study, the relationship between cruise tourism and environment will be examined and the laws and regulations applied in this regard will be examined. Key Words: Cruise Tourism, Environment, Turkey