Sejong University Classes Fall 2017
Prof.  David A. Mason
Cruise-Ship Management
Late-Semester Presentation Assignment
Students will present about Cruise Line Companies,
and then Cruise-Ship Destination Ports
1.  Look over the listings of all the Cruise Line Corporations in
the World, and choose one of those to make your report on.

2.  Tell Prof. Mason your choice of Line -- by Sept 28th.
Send Email: mtnwolf@gmail.com
First-come, first-serve -- register soon -- If more than two try to choose the same
Line as topic, Mason will say no; you have to choose another.
Already Taken:  Royal Caribbean,  Celebrity Cruises,  AIDA Cruises,  Disney Cruise Line,
Norwegian Cruise Line,  Carnival Cruise Line,  P&O Cruises Australia,  MSC Cruise Line,
Costa Cruises,  Viking Cruises,  Costa Crociere Line,  Virgin Voyages,  Nippon Yusen
Kabushiki Kaisha,  Seabourn Cruise Line,  Princess Cruises,  Fathom Cruise Line



3.  Research all-about your chosen Line -- where do they go?
How many ships?  What are the ships like?  What special themes
and special features?  What is their history?  How is business?
Any problems?   How can you get a job with them?  ...etc.

4.   Prepare a presentation of about 12 minutes long
(11~13),
showing all these factors of that Line.  
Use PowerPoint, Prezi, etc.
Act as-if you are presenting to a Travel & Job Agency about
whether or not they should start using this Cruise Line.

5.   We will hold these presentations
in the classes of October
23 ~ Nov 9th -- 4 students per day.   
You can choose your date to do it on!  
If there is opening.

6.   On the day of your presentation, give Prof. Mason a 2-page
summary of your report.  (no photos).



7.  Research about all the
Ports-of-Call in the World that are
used as destination ports for cruise ships, on any of the Lines.

8.   Choose one of those to make your report on.
Don't choose one of your own country!

9.   Tell Prof. Mason your choice of Port --
by Oct 26th.
Send Email: mtnwolf@gmail.com
First-come, first-serve -- register soon -- If more than two try to choose the same
Port as topic, Mason will say no; you have to choose another.


10.   Research all-about your chosen Port-of-Call -- why do
cruise-ships stop there?  What are the attractions nearby?
What do the passengers do when they disembark for a day?
Is the tourism business there flourishing as a result?
Were special facilities built to handle cruise ships?
Are these cruise-stops making any problem for the local people?

11.   Prepare a presentation of about 12 minutes long
(11~13),
showing all these factors of that port.  
Use PowerPoint, Prezi, etc.
Act as-if you are presenting to a Cruise Line, about whether
or not they should start using this Port-of-Call.

12.   We will hold these presentations
in the classes of Nov 14
~ Dec 7th -- 4 students per day.   
You can choose your date to do it on!  
If there is opening.

13.   On the day of your presentation, give Prof. Mason a 2-page
summary of your report.  (no photos).


14.  On both of these, Prof Mason will judge you on English
accuracy and vocabulary, presentation skills, paper,
professionalism and content quality  (
see below).