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RTD8 – THOMSON CRUISES. AGREEMENT ON ISSUE & NEED FOR CHANGE. Thomson Cruises in brief. Britain’s 3 rd largest cruise line 5 cruise ships 250,000 passengers per year More than 160 ports of call. Thomson Cruises in 2011. We’d like to be sustainable…but…

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rtd8 thomson cruises

RTD8 – THOMSON CRUISES

AGREEMENT ON ISSUE & NEED FOR CHANGE

thomson cruises in brief
Thomson Cruises in brief
  • Britain’s 3rd largest cruise line
  • 5 cruise ships
  • 250,000 passengers per year
  • More than 160 ports of call
thomson cruises in 2011
Thomson Cruises in 2011

We’d like to be sustainable…but…

  • Sustainability is expensive and has no tangible benefit
  • Saving fuel will reduce the customer experience
  • We have a fleet of older ships, we must be less environmentally friendly than anyone else
  • No-one is really interested
  • Show me the money
  • Details; details; details
  • Make it easy
  • Small things can add up to make a big difference
  • Sustainable does not necessarily equal worse
  • Start with the things you’re best at
details simply
Details - simply

Optimum speed of engines

Prevailing winds and currents

Excursion lengths

Traffic in ports (road and sea)

When passengers typically go ashore and come back

Meal times

Scenery for sailaway

Time required to prepare for disembarkation

Sun rise & set times

Whether ship can ‘drift’ en-route

changing cruises
Changing Cruises

Saving per season

> 1800 tonnes CO2

> £300,000

Saving per season

> 800 tonnes CO2

> £100,000

the results
The results

Sustainability is expensive and has no tangible benefit

In two years we’ve saved several million pounds in fuel and water costs.

Saving fuel will reduce the customer experience

We go to a greater variety of ports than ever before, and our passengers spend more time ashore.

We have a fleet of older ships, we must be less environmentally friendly than anyone else

We believe that Thomson Cruises has Britain’s lowest carbon footprint per passenger night.

No-one is interested

More than 85% of passengers think we are doing well.