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Transcript of WATER TRANSPORTATION
Water transportation is the movement of cargo or passengers through or across bodies of water. This can involve ships, ferries, cruise ships, submarines and other water-borne crafts as they travel through oceans, lakes, rivers and other waterways.
dug out canoes
ms allure of the seas
Philippine Coast Guard (PCG)
Rear Admiral Rodolfo D. Isorena, Commanding Officer of the Philippine Coast Guard
Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA)
Dr. Maximo Q. Mejia, Jr
Administrator of the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA)
Philippine Government Agency
Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA)
American Cruise Lines
Disney Cruise Line
Norwegian Cruise Line
Royal Caribbean International
International Maritime Organization (IMO)
Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
Intergovernmental organizations (IGOs)
International Government Agency
(Local cite examples timetable and scheduling format)
4 nights best of Malaysia cruise
5 nights Jeju and Incheon Cruise
( International cite examples
timetable and scheduling format )
It is a person who is traveling or who often travels by means of water transportation like boats, cruise ships, and ferries.
Making a settlement in your deposits with most cruise lines.
Water transportation as an accommodation
Safety and Protection
These are goods that are transported into parts or in bulk by large ships or cargo vessels with the capacity of loading heavy weights.
Access to space allocation
Watercraft used for ship transport
Safety and Protection
Traveler & Freight
ISSUES AND CONCERNS IN WATER TRANSPORTATION
covers a range of different vehicles including ships, boats, hovercraft and submarines, and differs from a simple device that merely floats, such as a log raft.
is an upward force exerted by a fluid that opposes the weight of an immersed object. In a column of fluid, pressure increases with depth as a result of the weight of the overlying fluid.
is the watertight body of a ship or boat. Above the hull is the superstructure and/or deck-house, where present. The line where the hull meets the water surface is called the waterline.
acronym for SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA
revenue or turnover is income that a company receives from its normal business activities, usually from the sale of goods and services to customers
involves the use of more than one mode of transport for a journey
it is a person who is traveling by means of water transportation like boats, cruise ships, and ferries.
these are goods that are transported into parts or in bulk by large ships or cargo vessels with the capacity of loading heavy weights.
is a genus of genetically diverse single-stranded RNA, non-enveloped viruses in the Caliciviridae family.
the volume of water required to cover 1 acre of land (43,560 square feet) to a depth of 1 foot. Equal to 325,851 gallons or 1,233 cubic meters
cubic feet per second (cfs)
a rate of the flow, in streams and rivers, for example. It is equal to a volume of water one foot high and one foot wide flowing a distance of one foot in one second. One "cfs" is equal to 7.48 gallons of water flowing each second.
During natural calamities there could be a possibility in cancellation or delayed in ship boarding.
Outbreaks of norovirus occur the delays due to extreme sanitizing of the ship.
Overloading may lead to discharges of excess luggage to maintain its carrying capacity so passenger may be affected.
Tourist traffic is present during holidays so travelers would still prefer to take water transport even if it is slow when other forms of transportation are not available.
Internationally speaking, ports nowadays are fewer than airports so when people travels they would prefer to take plains instead of ships and revenue of water transportation is lesser than air transportation.
Guaranteed Service Refunds (GSR) are entitled to the customer if the parcels are not delivered on time.
REVENUE EARNING TECHNIQUES
ROLES OF WATER TRANSPORTATION IN TOURISM
COMPONENTS OF TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
sea, ocean, lake and river
piers, quays, and/or working anchorages
carrying unit is the actual transportation media.
medium of travel over which the vehicle operates
give the passenger access to the vehicle, or act as an interchange between different modes of transportation
THE MOTIVE POWER
key elements in water transportation
ferries, water craft, boat, ship, sailboat, barge and submarine
A key factor for tourism growth and development
Helps stimulate tourism activities
Utilizes accessibility to different places
Promotes connection in local and international
uncontrolled tourism growth that can result deterioration of the environment
Increases revenue that may help conserving cultural heritages
introduction of both positive and negative cultural influences on the local population
WATER TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE
CANALS AND NAVIGATIONS are man-made channels for water, which are generally both referred to in the vernacular as 'canals'.
NAVIDUCT is a special class of navigable aqueduct. Bridge for conveying water . Water bridge are constructed to convey water courses across gaps such as valleys or ravines
TOLL POINT is a place on a canal where a fee was collected as boats carrying cargo passed.
TOW PATH is a road or tail on the bank of a river, canal or other inland water way.
SIGNAL STATION is a place on shore from which signals are made to ships at sea.
FLOOD GATE are adjustable gates used to control water flow in flood barriers, reservoir, river, steam or levee system.
TYPES AND FORMS OF OPERATORS
Trans-Asia Shipping Lines Incorporated,
2GO Group Inc.
Pasig River Ferry Services
Alexander & Baldwin Inc.
Cokaliong Shipping Lines
Royal Caribbean International
CDF Croisières de France
the study of life at sea and the safety that can give to very passenger
includes the safety of navigation, construction and other safeness of life at sea
The most important of all international conventions dealing with maritime safety
also an international maritime safety treaty. It ensures that ships flagged by signatory States comply with minimum safety standards in construction, equipment and operation
It helps ensuring passenger's safe and pleasant travel
guidance to preventing potential dangers while navigating
orientation to preparedness in case of unexpected circumstances
CAREERS IN WATER TRANSPORTATION
guest relations officer
sea operations department
maintenance & purchasing department
creating cruise itineraries
setting affordable services
minimize denied boarding
private yacht rental
faster cargo shipments
efficiently manage bookings and upgrades
Montaos, Jorie Anne
De Ocampo, Eric
Vergara, Krystel Gayle
Dizon, Judy Ann
Jerusalem, Jian Karla