Number of Visits per Year
The number of visits by the cruise ship tends to impact negatively on the Island. This is because the large cruise ships encourage pollution because of the many people, which becomes an ecological detonator. The inhabitants of the Island do not interfere with the natural equilibrium, through such activities as fishing, to conserve the ecosystem known to be a fruitful fishing spot. Secondly, Gil Egan who is the major of the ship is concerned about the way of life and harmony of the native population. Lack of policy has an effect in the community economics, social, environmental and traditions. This is evident in the Tropical Island that was in the past considered the unspoiled Island.
It is often a challenge for individuals to deal with radical changes. For a population that has strived to maintain their distinct cultural traditions, it opened its barriers to a high number of tourists. Finally, Capitan Stuart Bing together with the cruise’s administration crew main challenge in the entire negotiation was the lack of infrastructure. The tropical Island supports hundreds of needs of visitors. There was also a single restroom in the entire island as the situation might create sad memories to the affluent visitors. In spite of the number of hours spent visiting the port, almost half of the passengers got off from the ship each day.
The remaining passengers remain a significant source of revenue for the ship as they continue to support the shops, exclusive restaurants, and casinos in the ships. This is an opportunity because the ferry accommodates 1,100 passengers daily. This means there is limited significance in the negotiation of everyday disembarkation rights in relation to this number. For instance, when a port has less than 200 passengers daily, it should not be detached from the journey to favor other popular destinations.
Length of individual visits
Business surroundings in real life experiences entail working of individual activity based their interests. The journey report talks about dialogues on sail ships to access Tropical Island. From an individual point of view, it seems as an easy expedition; the reality is that this is a tiresome and exhausting expedition. Captain Stuart Bing promotes these sail trips by making them involving and interesting as possible. Major Gil obligates to follow the enriching and stability of the island and its general population content. This report tackles the main conciliation issues, types of negotiations involved, nature of suggested strategies and the probable policies that involved persons may be relevant in gaining superiority in the negotiations.
The major negotiation aspects involve the size of the sail ship. This has an adverse impact on the humid island; the population breeds more than an estimated 3,000 individuals while the large cruise ship in days is an ecological detonator. The nature of the population in the island is not focused to distort the natural balance. This has been done through fishing activities, and the majority population dwells on prolific fishing spots. Professional sailors like Major Gil are concerned on the natives’ lifestyles and peaceful coexistence of the inhabitants. In a bid to maintain the society’s ethnicity, social, financial and ecological aspects at the humid island, a set of standard regulations have to be in place. However, it is challenging to promote rapid change in congested population area. This is due to the open boundaries to diverse tourists’ population frequenting the island. The main challenge is the inability of the humid island to support the requirements of the emergent frequent visitors to the island. The inappropriate available scarce facility is a hindrance to appreciation of the prestigious island.
Volume of Passengers Disembark
In cases of a single day visit to the port, it is evident that almost half of passengers often decide to go off the ship. This means those who remain, as the time-span of stay seems to increase with few passengers disembark daily. The individuals who remain become a significant source of revenue with the continual patronizing of facilities found in the ship restaurants, shops, and casino. Logistics and expenditure of addition of ship itinerary in the tropical Island is not practical to be planned in relation to three visits yearly. The situation would not offer ample time for expansion in case of increased passenger demands tends to exceed expectations. Planning of limited visits yearly with many passengers is deemed as a resolution. However, the limited infrastructure in the Island seems to precludes, which permits high number of passengers to go ashore with each visit. If limited passengers are allowed a two-day extension on the island, the alternative might be satisfactory. This is because of accommodation of anticipated demand of the passenger in the island. The increase in the total allowed visits in the agreement value offers person flexibility in meeting the present and projected demands of passenger disembarkation demands. In most instances, agreements of Island disembarkation are often negotiated in terms of increments of passengers who are more than 100. The Island does not have longer visits lasting two days, as the situation would result to insufficient time to visit other popular spots.