Fast, friendly and frequent

Fast, friendly and frequent
By Rebecca Gibson | Friday, December 9, 2016

UK-based Hovertravel is the world’s longest running commercial hovercraft operator. Managing Director Neil Chapman tells Rebecca Gibson how the company has paid tribute to its British heritage while overhauling its fleet

Neil Chapman explains how Hovertravel has paid tribute to its British heritage while overhauling its fleet

Speaking with a united voice in Europe

Speaking with a united voice in Europe
By Guest | Friday, December 9, 2016

Cruise Europe is working with its members, cruise lines, ports, ESPO and CLIA to strengthen the European cruise industry, says Jens Skrede

Jens Skrede shares how Cruise Europe is working to strengthen Europe's cruise industry

Silversea joins with Plateno Group to market brand in Asia

Silversea joins with Plateno Group to market brand in Asia
By Rebecca Gibson | Friday, December 9, 2016

China-based hospitality firm will promote and sell cruises in China, Hong Kong and Macau

Norwegian Cruise Line paves the China way

Norwegian Cruise Line paves the China way
By Susan Parker | Thursday, December 8, 2016

Andy Stuart talks to Susan Parker about the in-depth research Norwegian Cruise Line undertook before putting its feet into Chinese waters

Andy Stuart talks about the in-depth research Norwegian undertook before heading to China

Refining the Caribbean cruise experience

Refining the Caribbean cruise experience
By Sean Dudley | Thursday, December 8, 2016

With a host of activities, a beautiful landscape and a series of upgrades to facilities across the island, the cruise industry in Jamaica is booming. William Tatham of the Port Authority of Jamaica tells us more about the current noise coming from the Caribbean

William Tatham tells us about Jamaica's booming cruise industry

European cruise industry set for continued growth

European cruise industry set for continued growth
By Rebecca Gibson | Thursday, December 8, 2016

CLIA Europe says cruise industry has grown by 49% since 2008

Setting sail for a bright cruise future

Setting sail for a bright cruise future
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Dubai’s cruise industry has grown rapidly in recent years and the Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing is working hard to attract one million cruise tourists per year by 2020

Dubai’s cruise industry has grown rapidly and aims to attract one million cruise tourists annually by 2020

Forbo Flooring launches new carpet tiles for marine industry

Forbo Flooring launches new carpet tiles for marine industry
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Westbond FR is ideally suited for cabins, lounge and recreation areas, staff quarters, offices and shops

New cruise ship interior design firm opens in Miami

New cruise ship interior design firm opens in Miami
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Studio DADO is already working on refurb and newbuild projects for Norwegian and Carnival

Gotland expects 40 cruise ships and 60,000 passengers in 2018

Gotland expects 40 cruise ships and 60,000 passengers in 2018
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, December 6, 2016

2018 is first year cruise ships can combine call in Gotland with a visit to new Visby cruise quay

Öresund Dry Docks to modernise HH Ferries' vessels

Öresund Dry Docks to modernise HH Ferries' vessels
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Swedish yard will help ABB to convert two vessels into world’s largest emission-free ferries

CLIA Europe appoints Tom Fecke as secretary general

CLIA Europe appoints Tom Fecke as secretary general
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Travel industry veteran will replace Raphael Von Heereman on 3 January 2017

Cruise Gate Hamburg hosts record cruise traffic in 2016

Cruise Gate Hamburg hosts record cruise traffic in 2016
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, December 5, 2016

Number set to increase even further in 2017, with various ships making maiden calls

Fincantieri lays keel for Seabourn Ovation

Fincantieri lays keel for Seabourn Ovation
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, December 5, 2016

Sister to Seabourn Encore will be built at Sestri Ponente yard in Genoa and debut in spring 2018

A wealth of opportunity for the UK ferry sector

A wealth of opportunity for the UK ferry sector
By Guest | Monday, December 5, 2016

Ferry industry stalwart Bill Moses explains to Sandra Speares why the UK’s exit from the European Union could breathe new life into the market

Ferry expert Bill Moses explains why the UK’s EU exit could breathe new life into the market

ABB is targeting the emerging polar market

ABB is targeting the emerging polar market
By Michele Witthaus | Friday, December 2, 2016

Marcus Högblom and Jukka Varis outline how ABB Marine’s technology will power the first of Crystal Cruises’ new Exclusive Class vessels during a conversation with Michele Witthaus

Marcus Högblom and Jukka Varis outline how ABB will power two expedition newbuilds