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Published January 2014: The latest edition of G.P.Wild (International)Ltds International Cruise Market Monitor includes detailed reports and statistics covering the following cruise and tourism markets:
September 2013 -Now in its 15th year of publication the Cruise Industry Statistical Review is a fully comprehensive resource, offering a wealth of industry data essential to all those involved in the cruise industry. The publication contains over 250 pages of data and vital statistics on the cruise industry.
Peter Wild of G.P.Wild (International)Ltd is frequently in demand as a keynote speaker at cruise events and conferences around the globe. He recently spoke at Cruise Black Sea 2012 where he was asked to give his expert opinion on the regions potential as an emerging destination.
The Black Sea region has great cruise potential but must ensure its infrastructure will serve large cruise ships, as such the launching of new terminals in the region should contribute to the solution. However challenges remain and this conference brought together some of the cruise industries most experienced experts including Peter Wild to look at both the opportunities and solutions.
The Black Sea an emerging destination on the world cruise map Experts Opinion - Presentation given by Peter Wild, G.P. Wild (International)Ltd
In these difficult times being well informed is key to future success. GP Wild has therefore been busy compiling a number of reports to aid with planning and decision making. The newest report: Supply Developments in the Cruise Industry, details comprehensive data on cruise ships additions through to 2016. For those looking for a more detailed anlaysis on the industry our: Competing in a Changing World- Outlook to 2020 is the report to have, with over 200 pages of in depth analysis and data on the prospects for the industry. We publish regular regional reports too with Turkey and the Black Sea being the most recent focus.
Our comprehensive database and experienced research team are always available for your statistics and analysis needs so we encourage you to get in touch to see how we might be able to assist with helping you deal with the challenges ahead.
Hot off the press our latest report on the future of the cruise industry - click here or email us of a list of contents and executive summary
Due to increased interest among the news media and general public regarding the safety record of the cruise industry G. P. Wild (International) Ltd has published a detailed report entitled Cruise Industry Casualty Report 2012. The report includes data and analysis uniquely available on a global scale. The company has been collating and analysing this information as part of its annual Cruise Industry Statistical Review for over 10 years and has now examined this in more detail to produce a comprehensive report covering all casualties by type, vessel and nature of the incident. The report can be purchased for £100 ($165/125) from www.gpwild.com where it is available for immediate download or in PDF or hard copy formats.
The Cruise Industry has an Excellent Safety Record -UPDATED FIGURES FOR 2012 NOW Available
In the light of the Costa Concordia disaster, questions will no doubt be asked regarding the safety of the industry. As part of its ongoing research for its annual publication the Cruise Industry Statistical Review G.P.Wild(International)Ltd monitors cruise industry casualties. Our data shows that when compared to other forms of transport such as airlines the cruise industry has an excellent safety record. Detailed below are the top line figures from the last ten years however further information regarding ships and type of casualty can be found in the Cruise Industry Statistical Review or in our new detailed Cruise Industry Casualty Report -2012.
Cruise Ship Casualties:
Passenger and Crew Deaths and Serious Injuries 2002-11
*Estimated number of crew carried on the basis of a ration of 1 crewmember to 2.2 passengers.
Source: G. P. Wild (International) Limited
For more information please see our new report Cruise Industry Casualty Report -2012 or the latest Cruise Industry Statistical Review which are available to order as a PDF or hard copy or to download immediately
GP Wild puts Cruise Atlantic Europe on course for over 29% growth in cruise calls
G. P. Wild (International) Limited was appointed by Cruise Atlantic Europe (CAE) to undertake a consultancy project (which was co-financed by the EU Atlantic Area Trans-national Programme) to assist with promoting cruise tourism in the Atlantic Area.
The project (co-financed by the EU Atlantic Area Trans-national Programme) had the main objective of strengthening the position of the Atlantic area within the European cruise tourism market. The work helped to identify new tourism products that could assist the network of ports, cities and regions to economically improve the Atlantic culture and identity.
GP Wild ascertained that there was then no generally recognised Atlantic Europe cruising ground and so this work essentially created a new concept; establishing it as a viable cruising ground in its own right that could be further developed in the future to the benefit of the region as a whole.
The research pinpointed prospects for cruise tourism in the CAE region both from existing markets and new markets. The report also crucially identified a need to develop the shore excursion offer and it is this along with other findings and recommendations from the work by GP Wild which has already led to more than a 29% increase in cruise calls (over the 2009 figure as advised by participating ports) since their report was published. The growth in the number of calls is now more than double that of the market average for Northern Europe. Furthermore the recommendations in the report have identified a model which other ports could use to develop - particularly those in Europe where European funding is available.
As maritime consultants GP Wild (International) Ltd provides business advice and consultancy in a variety of specialist areas with the focus being on cruise port development. With so much competition between destinations getting the right advice on how to develop is vital and GP Wild has been crucial in helping many ports and destinations such as those in the Cruise Atlantic region to maximize their potential.
G. P. Wild Study Helps Secure Consent for London Cruise Terminal
London will soon see cruise ships docking at its heart following Greenwich Council's unanimous vote to grant planning consent for a cruise terminal and associated development at Enderby Wharf in Greenwich and approval from the Mayor of London.
Fundamental to this success was the feasibility study undertaken by G. P. Wild who are working as part of the West Properties design and development team along with engineering consultancy Beckitt Rankine and Architects Ian Simpson. Planning board members were enormously excited about the scheme, with the projects consultation exercise being highly praised. The Enderby Wharf project is located mid way between the O2 Arena and Greenwich Maritime World Heritage Site and was chosen out of 11 possible sites across the capital. G. P. Wild were selected as specialist advisors given their extensive experience and expertise in cruise and port and destinationÂ development. The feasibility study included a detailed analysis of the demand for a purpose built international cruise terminal in London and this was instrumental in securing planning approval.
The Enderby Wharf regeneration scheme also provides a double mooring for the river bus service operated by Thames Clippers, together with a 251-room hotel and 770 new homes. Work is due to start towards the end of 2011. It is hoped that the cruise facility will be available for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
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