Port of Quebec receives CAN$30 million for a second cruise terminal

Port of Quebec receives CAN$30 million for a second cruise terminal
By Richard Humphreys | Friday, August 17, 2018

New facility will be able to accommodate 4,000- to 5,000-passenger ships

Setting the Den Breejen quality standard

Setting the Den Breejen quality standard
By Jon Ingleton | Thursday, August 16, 2018

Family-run Den Breejen Shipyard has built a mighty reputation in the river cruise sector. Jon Ingleton met with Ilona Kamsteeg-Den Breejen to find out why

Ilona Kamsteeg-Den Breejen tells us why the yard has a a mighty reputation in the river cruise sector

Oceania Cruises signs Studio DADO to redesign four ships

Oceania Cruises signs Studio DADO to redesign four ships
By Richard Humphreys | Wednesday, August 15, 2018

The US$100 million OceaniaNEXT initiative includes a complete revamp of staterooms and suites

How Bolidt's Experience & Innovation Centre will change cruise ship design

How Bolidt's Experience & Innovation Centre will change cruise ship design
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Bolidt’s new Experience & Innovation Centre will offer shipowners and designers the chance to influence the future of passenger ship decking solutions

Shipowners and designers will be able to influence future passenger ship decking solutions

Sustaining cruise growth at Port Vancouver

Sustaining cruise growth at Port Vancouver
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Port of Vancouver is upgrading infrastructure and improving the guest experience at Canada Place to meet rising cruise traffic

Canadian port is investing in infrastructure upgrades and improving the guest experience

Liverpool’s Cruise Terminal notches record-breaking season

Liverpool’s Cruise Terminal notches record-breaking season
By Richard Humphreys | Tuesday, August 14, 2018

The facility achieves a 150% rise in visitors compared to the same period last year

Norwegian Cruise Line completes three-ship refurbishment

Norwegian Cruise Line completes three-ship refurbishment
By Richard Humphreys | Monday, August 13, 2018

The renovations are part of the company’s programme to enhance standards across its fleet

What is the future of the expedition cruise market?

What is the future of the expedition cruise market?
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, August 13, 2018

Rebecca Gibson catches up with CMI Leisure president and CEO Dietmar Wertanzl for an update on the evolution of the small-ship and expedition cruise market

CMI Leisure's president updates us on the evolving small-ship and expedition cruise market

Why experience counts in the cruise and ferry industry

Why experience counts in the cruise and ferry industry
By Sean Dudley | Monday, August 13, 2018

Australian trimaran hull design technology company Austal has recently enhanced its relationship with Fred. Olsen. Sean Dudley reports

Trimaran hull design technology company Austal enhances relationship with Fred. Olsen

MSC Meraviglia breaks records at Port of Hamburg

MSC Meraviglia breaks records at Port of Hamburg
By Richard Humphreys | Friday, August 10, 2018

Ship embarks more than 5,000 passengers at Steinwerder terminal for a 10-day cruise

Unprecedented demand for high-quality design

Unprecedented demand for high-quality design
By Lindsay James | Friday, August 10, 2018

Fredrik Johansson of Tillberg Design of Sweden reflects on a busy 2017 and explains what he believes keeps customers coming back to the company

Fredrik Johansson of Tillberg Design of Sweden reflects on what keeps customers coming back

Princess Cruises to debut new beverage menu this autumn

Princess Cruises to debut new beverage menu this autumn
By Rebecca Gibson | Friday, August 10, 2018

Menus offers cocktails, 20 spirits, 39 wines by the glass, and 17 international and craft beers

Royal Caribbean's SoundSeeker to improve guest experience

Royal Caribbean's SoundSeeker to improve guest experience
By Richard Humphreys | Thursday, August 9, 2018

The AI-equipped tool transforms photos into a unique, shareable audio and visual photo album

Why BC Ferries is going green for its latest newbuilds

Why BC Ferries is going green for its latest newbuilds
By Guest | Thursday, August 9, 2018

Many would be tempted to rest on their green laurels after switching to cleaner burning LNG, but not BC Ferries’ Corrine Storey. Charlie Bartlett finds out why

Corrine Storey shares the Canadian ferry line's environmental sustainability strategy 

How The Bahamas is flying the flag for the Caribbean

How The Bahamas is flying the flag for the Caribbean
By Jacqui Griffiths | Thursday, August 9, 2018

Captain Dwain Hutchinson tells Jacqui Griffiths how a balanced approach and close working relationships ensure The Bahamas flag stands for world-class cruise vessels

Captain Dwain Hutchinson explains the values of close partnerships with cruise lines

Two Azamara sister ships meet in Norway's Port of Haugesund

Two Azamara sister ships meet in Norway's Port of Haugesund
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, August 8, 2018

Guests and crew enjoyed a welcome party, a plaque exchange ceremony and ship and shore tours