Hitting cruise highs in the beautiful Spanish A Coruña

Hitting cruise highs in the beautiful Spanish A Coruña
By Rebecca Gibson | Thursday, June 21, 2018

Following on from a record number of visitors in 2017, the Spanish port is set to welcome major cruise lines to the Atlantic Spain seaboard in 2018

The port is set to welcome major cruise lines to the Atlantic Spain seaboard in 2018  

How technology is helping to improve crew timekeeping

How technology is helping to improve crew timekeeping
By Guest | Wednesday, June 20, 2018

The new Adonis Time Clock calculates crew overtime from work and rest hours records

The new Adonis Time Clock calculates crew overtime from work and rest hours records

CTO on the important process of cruising to recovery

CTO on the important process of cruising to recovery
By Rebecca Gibson | Thursday, June 14, 2018

Hurricanes temporarily impacted a handful of islands in the northernmost Caribbean, but cruise ports are back in business and welcoming visitors, says the Caribbean Tourism Organization

Hurricanes impacted islands in the northernmost Caribbean, but cruise ports are back in business

Getting to experience the heart of the city

Getting to experience the heart of the city
By Sean Dudley | Thursday, June 14, 2018

Dublin Port Company’s cruise business grew strongly in 2017, with 127 cruise ship arrivals and visitor numbers passing 210,000 for the first time

Dublin Port Company’s cruise business grew strongly in 2017, with 127 cruise ship arrivals

Bold operators to boost ferry order books

Bold operators to boost ferry order books
By Michele Witthaus | Wednesday, June 13, 2018

Several operators order low- and zero-emission ferries, while large fast craft are also in demand. Michele Witthaus reviews key market activity

Ferry lines are ordering low- and zero-emission vessels, while large fast crafts are also in demand

How manufacturers are helping to create safer seas

How manufacturers are helping to create safer seas
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Norway-based lifeboat manufacturer Norsafe enters the passenger shipping market with an order from Finnish ferry company Viking Line

Norsafe enters the passenger shipping market with an order from Viking Line


How to provide an authentic island experience

How to provide an authentic island experience
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, May 21, 2018

Prince Edward Island is now a regular port of call on Canada and New England itineraries, thanks to its friendly locals, natural beauty and varied tour options

Prince Edward Island is now a regular port of call on Canada and New England itineraries

The importance of adapting to change in shipbuilding

The importance of adapting to change in shipbuilding
By Sean Dudley | Friday, May 18, 2018

With a base in Cadiz on Spain’s Atlantic coast, Navantia is conveniently located to carry out a range of projects on cruise vessels

Navantia is conveniently located to carry out a range of projects on cruise vessels 

How Port Everglades is investing in the future

How Port Everglades is investing in the future
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Cruise guests are set for a completely new experience when embarking or disembarking their ships at Port Everglades following a series of terminal upgrades

Cruise guests are set for a completely new experience at US port following terminal upgrades

PXP shares the benefits of a payments processing overhaul

PXP shares the benefits of a payments processing overhaul
By Lindsay James | Monday, April 30, 2018

PXP recently implemented its ANYpay solution at one of the UK’s biggest multi-brand cruise and shipping companies, resulting in a number of significant benefits

PXP recently implemented its ANYpay solution at one of the UK’s biggest multi-brand cruise companies

A new efficient way to treat ballast water

A new efficient way to treat ballast water
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, April 25, 2018

BIO-SEA by BIO-UV, which uses ultraviolet light to treat ballast water, will soon receive US Coast Guard approval

BIO-SEA by BIO-UV uses ultraviolet light to treat ballast water, will receive US Coast Guard approval 

Why cruise operators are choosing systems from Thordon Bearings

Why cruise operators are choosing systems from Thordon Bearings
By Guest | Friday, April 20, 2018

Firm's water-lubricated propeller shaft bearings offer performance, maintenance and cost benefits

How Shipyard De Hoop built Amadeus Queen

How Shipyard De Hoop built Amadeus Queen
By Rebecca Gibson | Thursday, April 19, 2018

Shipyard created larger cabins, redesigned public areas and a new engine layout on the newbuild

Southern Adriatic Seaport Authority aims to grow cruise calls in Puglia

Southern Adriatic Seaport Authority aims to grow cruise calls in Puglia
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Organisation takes new approach to marketing Italy's Adriatic Coast to cruise lines and their guests

A new exciting look for cruising in South Africa

A new exciting look for cruising in South Africa
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Cruise guests will be welcomed to a revamped world-class cruise terminal in Cape Town this year

Cruise guests will be welcomed to a revamped world-class cruise terminal in Cape Town this year

How BG Studio designed the Ultimate Family Suite on Symphony of the Seas

How BG Studio designed the Ultimate Family Suite on Symphony of the Seas
By Elizabeth Robinson | Wednesday, April 11, 2018

The accommodation features an indoor slide, floor-to-ceiling LEGO wall and a 3D movie theatre