Cruise Tourism and Society: A Socio-economic Perspective by Zrinka Marušić, Ivan Sever, Neven Ivandić (auth.), Alexis

By Zrinka Marušić, Ivan Sever, Neven Ivandić (auth.), Alexis Papathanassis, Tihomir Lukovic, Michael Vogel (eds.)

​The development and elevated acclaim for cruises is observed through a few sustainability matters about the surroundings, the port economies and societies; on board and at shore. The sustainability significant finally results in operational, low in cost in addition to image-related demanding situations for the sector's decision-makers and stakeholders. This number of peer-reviewed papers, offered throughout the third overseas Cruise convention (Dubrovnik, Croatia), seeks to handle these concerns and give a contribution to their administration within the mid-term.

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28 J. Ljubica and Z. Dulcic Klein, A. R. (2003). Cruising- out of control: The cruise industry, the environment, workers, and the maritimes. Nova Scotia: Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. Kusen, E. (1992). Tourism attraction basis. Zagreb: Institute for Tourism. , & Karamatic, Z. (2010). Basic attributes of the touristic activities of the residents of Dubrovnik. Economic Thought and Practice, 1, 67–81. o. (2005). Urban organisation plan of the town of Dubrovnik. Split. 1 Introduction When defining the guidelines for the development of the entire port area, it appears, in addition to the spatial organization of individual facilities, a number of issues of functional and organizational nature.

3 Planned Facilities Draft of Urban Development Plan envisages the development of the port area as a waterfront, multi-port zone of direct interaction with urban urban-oriented amenities to residents and visitors to the city. 5 Conclusion The main purpose of paper is to emphasize a very important issue when creating the investment model in the port facilities and that is the precise defining the long time Concession Agreement with the future investor. This concession is to be the basis for managing the port system for next 30–50 years.

When defining the model of investment in the upgrading of port facilities is necessary to take into account the many elements that arise from the complicated assembly of objective factors which affect the port area. The basic parameters of a legal background include: • • • • • Law on Maritime Domain and Seaports Law on Concessions Law on Public Private Partnerships Law on Physical Planning and Construction Law on Public Procurement 36 T. Lukovic and K. Pavic Although the model of investment has not defined jet, it can be generally given, as per law background, that it would be a concession model of PPP, the version recognized as BOT (build-operate-transfer) will be applied.

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