Cruise is defined as a survey of forest land to locate timber and estimate its quantity by species, products, size, quality, or other characteristics; and the resulting estimates from the said survey.

-see also:
"Cruise" is in the CPC Code "49311"
  Cruise ships, excursion boats and similar vessels, principally designed for the transport of persons; ferry boats of all kinds

"Cruise" is in the HS Code "8901"
  Cruise Ships, Excursion Boats, Ferry-Boats, Cargo Ships, Abrdes And Similar Vessels For The Transpor

"Cruise" is in the UNSPSC Code "25111509"
  Cruise ships

Ref: 120678/2006-09-24

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