THE DARK SIDE OF THE CRUISING INDUSTRY

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Why it is so hard getting into the industry??? The force it is prevailing source: google
Captain Francesco Suma

Captain 3000grt and more UK MCA CEC 4 Oct 2017| 14:10 (GMT+1)

THE DARK SIDE OF THE CRUISING INDUSTRY

WHY MANY GOOD IDEA TO BUILD BETTER CRUISE COMPANIES ARE HARD TO DEVELOP AND THE INDUSTRY IS OPEN ONLY FOR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS??

As a business model, the cruise industry has been phenomenal, Cruises are the future. But cutting corners and avoiding laws have had serious downsides. Cruise ships are not subject to the requirement for federal permits covering sewer and waste disposal systems that are de rigueur for the resorts and hotels on land. As a result, all of those millions of passengers and crew members dining and defecating and showering on the oceans have left filthy discharges in their wake. On land, the cruise ...
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  • Dear Captain, i worked for companies where the macro management was choose only based of friendships and knowledge of the person, not for the real skills. I saw managers that were dismissed from a company for the low ability and to be hired in another one with step up position.... "i saw things that you, humans, could not image" (blade runner). Really it is so strange to see person without any experience in the sector to be on charge for a sensitive or important position. and, the worse, is that these persons never will accept suggestions to improve their skills. because...they ...know the job. :-) Luciano Barbuti.

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