International Cruise Terminal

International Cruise Terminal by Rohit Dhingra




International Cruise Terminal
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The Mormugao Port, one of the oldest ports of India commissioned in 1888 is located on the West Coast of India in the state of Goa, midway between the ports of Mumbai and New Mangalore, at the mouth of the Zuari River.

International Cruise Terminal
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The port is a natural harbour protected by a breakwater on the west and has been expanding gradually over the years to meet the demand of growing traffic.

International Cruise Terminal
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Tourism has been placed on a priority platform in India with the government to stimulate economic and social development since 19. century. Thereby transforming economics has been internationally acknowledged.

International Cruise Terminal
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Cruise tourism represents one such avenue where for reaching developments have been witnessed worldwide Cruise Tourism is traveling for leisure to various destinations on a ship.

International Cruise Terminal
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The ships are not involved in the transportation industry like the ferries or the cargo ships. A cruise ship or cruise liner is a passenger ship used for pleasure voyages, where the voyage itself and the ship’s amenities are a part of the experience, as well as the different destinations along the way.

International Cruise Terminal
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Transportation is not the prime purpose, as cruise ships operate mostly on routes that return passengers to their originating p313, 13 the ports of call are usually in a specified region of a continent. Source by Rohit Dhingra.

International Cruise Terminal
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  • Location: Mormugao, India
  • Student: Rohit Dhingra
  • Professor: Neelam Kushwah
  • University: School of Architecture IPS Academy Indore
  • Year: 2016
  • Images: Courtesy of Rohit Dhingra
International Cruise Terminal
Image © Rohit Dhingra
International Cruise Terminal
Image © Rohit Dhingra
International Cruise Terminal
Image © Rohit Dhingra

 

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