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6 Cruise Industry Trends to Watch for in 2014

6 Cruise Industry Trends to Watch for in 2014 | cruise trends |
Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) forecasts 21.7 million guests will cruise this year, up from 21.3 million in 2013.

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Camila A Garcia's insight:

As every day goes by, there are more and more people who want to go in cruises to see the world. For instance, I would definitely choose a cruise to go see Asia next year since i was planing on doing it by air. The cruise industry has grown more and more every day and with no doubt, it will continue to expand. 

Tammy Bain Gosselin's curator insight, June 30, 2014 4:04 PM

This is the way to vacay!


Kenji Hamaoka's comment, September 3, 2014 1:43 PM
The improvement in High-Tech is amazing!
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Cruise line leads eco-technology revolution - NEWS-Oceanhub

Cruise line leads eco-technology revolution - NEWS-Oceanhub | cruise trends |
Imagine spending time at sea and not having to worry about being blown around by strong winds swirling across the ocean.

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Camila A Garcia's insight:

2 ships that are being built with a smaller and wider design for an easier dock. It will have more outdoor shops and activities which decreases inside energy With wind deflectors which will prevent passengers from being disturbed by the wind. Coming soon 2017. 

Chiara's comment, June 8, 2014 9:26 PM
Technology is advancing and MSC is taking advantage of that by investing in building these two, new futuristic ships. Also, with more international global warming regulation requirements and people becoming more interested in cruising, these two new ships not only will be able to carry 5,300 passengers, but they will also be eco-friendly. MSC is thinking about the future and I think they will help lead the industry in a good direction.
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What to Wear on An #Interview - Project Eve

What to Wear on An #Interview - Project Eve | cruise trends |
You know your strengths and weaknesses, you've done research on the company and the job BUT you are struggling with what to wear on an interview.

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Camila A Garcia's insight:

There is nothing more important than the first impression one gives to someone. When going to an interview, a person has to look its best with a suite if possible clean and in her/his best presentation. The first impression and how you dress is crucial to start the process of the interview with a positive ending. 

Cruise Line Class's curator insight, June 17, 2014 9:06 AM

Putting your best foot forward is like wearing a sign that says to the employer "This position and this interview is important to me"

There is one more thing:  When you look your best, you feel your best, and it boosts your confidence.  Most everyone could use a boost of confidence when they are faced with an important interview.

So next time you have that important interview:

- Take the time to plan out what you are going to wear.

- Make sure that the attire is professional and appropriate for the interview setting. (There is a difference with what you would wear to the beach, gym, mall, and clubs) 

Not only will you look good you will feel good -- that can't be a bad thing right?

Lots of luck on acing your next interview.  Until next time...PS - Live on Purpose!'s curator insight, June 19, 2014 2:43 AM

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Decadent cruise ship suites

Decadent cruise ship suites | cruise trends |
You may never want to leave your suite again.

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Camila A Garcia's insight:

My favorite was the Royal Loft Suite of Royal Caribbean because it was a suite with the ocean view and it looked amazing, like a dream come true. The one I would definatly need to try is the Pinnacle Suite in the Holland American Line which to me is a new name in the cruise industry. 

Ashley Schmelkin's comment, March 9, 2014 4:15 PM
Wow this is truly amazing! Ships have come such a long way, it's incredible. Some of these suites are bigger than apartments! It must be amazing to stay in one of those suites :)
Antoinette Bromfield's comment, March 24, 2014 10:23 AM
These suites are truly amazing! If you research what ships had been back in the days, you will find that they have evolved a lot. These suites are even better than what you would get in some hotels. The features of these suites are very nice, it would almost make you not want to leave your room. The Royal Loft Suite on Royal Caribbean seem nice for larger families. It has a dining table so you can even possibly order dinner and enjoy it in your stateroom rather than regular room service. It would be very nice to be able to sail in one of these suites someday.
Elizabeth Gonzales's comment, April 2, 2014 12:43 PM
I would love to be on this suite, the cruise industry focuses on every possible trend.