Research on Mechanism for High-Quality Development of Cruise Tourism Under the All-for-One Tourism Background

  • Jianyong ShiEmail author
  • Ling Qiu
  • Xinliang Ye


General Secretary Xi Jinping mentioned in the Report at the 19th CPC National Congress that as socialism with Chinese characteristics has entered a new era, China’s economy has been transitioning from a phase of rapid growth to a stage of high-quality development, and the principal contradiction facing Chinese society has evolved; what we now face is the contradiction between unbalanced and inadequate development and the people’s ever-growing needs for a better life. As a high-end tourism format for leisure and vacations, cruise tourism has become the fastest-growing part of the international tourism that continues to grow with 8% compound annual growth rate, and will maintain good development prospects in the future. China has become the world’s second largest cruise tourist market within just a decade under the circumstance of extremely low penetration, and cruise tourism has gradually become an important part of the better life of people. Under the background of new era, it’s necessary to stick to the new development ideas, promote coordinated development of cruise tourism and all-for-one tourism, accelerate the all-for-one development of cruise tourism, and promote cruise tourism to shift from rapid growth to high-quality development.


New era Cruise tourism All-for-one tourism High-quality development 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Shanghai University of Engineering ScienceShanghaiChina
  2. 2.Shanghai International Cruise EconomyShanghaiChina
  3. 3.Shanghai International Cruise Economy Research CenterShanghaiChina
  4. 4.Shanghai Wusongkou International Cruise PortShanghaiChina

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