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Abril, 2015 1st HEMISPHERIC CONVENTION ON CRUISE TOURISM AND CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSABILITY MARCO FERRAZ CLIA ABREMAR BRASIL
Austrália + N. Zelândia China Cingapura Itália Bélgica + Luxemburgo Holanda Alemanha Espanha UK + Irlanda “ONE INDUSTRY, ONE VOICE” Alaska Hawaii Canada US + Global Brasil França
4 CLIA MUNDIAL NUMBERS CRUISE LINES 6363 AGENCIESAGENCIES 13.50013.500 AGENTSAGENTS50.00050.000 SERVICE PROVIDERS 120120 ASSOCIATESASSOCIATES SHIPSSHIPS421421 20152015 + 10 20162016 + 7 20172017 + 3 BEDSBEDS482.000482.000 NEXT YEARS + 20.000
EVOLUTION IN NUMBER OF PASSENGERS MILLION 22,1 23,0 23,7 24,5 25,3 26,1 2014 20152016 201720182019
7 INFRASTRUCTURE INSTITUTIONAL RELATIONS REGULATIONCOSTSTAXESCOMMUNICATION CREATE A HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT FOR SECTOR GROWTH
SHIPSSHIPS1010 CALLSCALLS906906 DESTINATIONSDESTINATIONS2020 640.000 650.000 660.000 2014/152015/162016/17 PASSENGER ESTIMATE FOR THE COMING YEARS CLIA BRASIL NUMBERS 2014/15 SEASON
ECONOMIC IMPACT 2013/14 SEASON CRUISE PASSENGERS AND CREWMEMBERS Results from the 2013/2014 season and percentange from the 2010/2011season SOURCE: ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY – CLIA BRASIL / FGV
ECONOMIC IMPACT SOURCE: ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY – CLIA BRASIL / FGV
JOB CREATION THE MARITIME CRUISE SECTOR GENERATED 15,465 JOBS IN THE BRAZILIAN ECONOMY DURING THE 2013/2014 SEASON 15,465JOBS
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