Sustainable Ocean Summit explores renewable energy

Sustainable Ocean Summit explores renewable energy
By Guest | Thursday, July 20, 2017

The World Ocean Council sets sustainable development goals for 2030


Top port facilities and plenty to do for visitors to Mahon

Top port facilities and plenty to do for visitors to Mahon
By Sean Dudley | Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Mediterranean location, rich history and interesting local culture is helping to ensure visitors enjoy their time on Menorca’s shores

 The Mediterranean location is ensuring visitors enjoy their time on Menorca’s shores

Navantia builds on leading reputation with adaptable approach

Navantia builds on leading reputation with adaptable approach
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Navantia is becoming well-known in the Mediterranean cruise ship repair and refit sector thanks to its high-quality services, location and flexibility

Navantia is well-known in the cruise ship repair sector due to its high-quality services


Adventure meets culture on Prince Edward Island

Adventure meets culture on Prince Edward Island
By Sean Dudley | Saturday, July 15, 2017

Located off Canada’s Atlantic coast, Prince Edward Island offers passengers the chance to rediscover life’s simple pleasures

Canada’s Prince Edward Island allows passengers to rediscover life’s simple pleasures

Britain's appeal as a cruise destination increases in 2016

Britain's appeal as a cruise destination increases in 2016
By Guest | Thursday, July 13, 2017

Angie Redhead, chair of CruiseBritain, explains that Britain’s scenery and port investments are the reason behind its popularity as a cruise destination

CruiseBritain's Angie Redhead, explains Britain’s popularity as a cruise destination

New developments help to grow tourism in Zadar

New developments help to grow tourism in Zadar
By Rebecca Lambert | Thursday, July 13, 2017

Passenger numbers are going through the roof in Zadar, Croatia, as more cruise visitors find out what the fuss is about

Passenger numbers increase in Zadar, Croatia, as more cruise visitors find out what the fuss is about

A revolution in rescue craft

A revolution in rescue craft
By Rebecca Lambert | Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Viking Life-Saving Equipment’s LifeCraft is moving closer to its official launch. The company expects to supply its first units next year

Viking Life-Saving Equipment’s LifeCraft is moving closer to its official launch

Why cruise passengers continue to flock to The Bahamas

Why cruise passengers continue to flock to The Bahamas
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, July 11, 2017

The Bahamas offers three ports and 16 different island experiences for visiting cruise passengers

The Bahamas offers three ports and 16 different island experiences for visiting cruise passengers

Highlights of the Baltic Sea

Highlights of the Baltic Sea
By Jon Ingleton | Friday, July 7, 2017

Jon Ingleton reports from the recent Cruise Baltic Summit in Kalmar, Sweden having spent a week touring eastern Baltic destinations

Jon Ingleton reports from the recent Cruise Baltic Summit in Sweden, and nearby destinations

Mastering cruise cuisine

Mastering cruise cuisine
By Rebecca Gibson | Thursday, July 6, 2017

The easy way to recruit the best people for delivering cruise cuisine is to train them in house, says OSM Maritime Group

To recruit the best people for delivering cruise cuisine, train them in house, says OSM Maritime

A record year for passenger throughput at Port Tampa Bay

A record year for passenger throughput at Port Tampa Bay
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Port Tampa Bay will serve as a homeport for seven ships this year, bringing record numbers of cruise passengers to the west coast of Florida

Seven ships will bring record numbers of cruise passengers to the west coast of Florida in 2017

Expanding to meet future demand

Expanding to meet future demand
By Sean Dudley | Tuesday, July 4, 2017

With significant expansion plans and confirmed funding for the next five years, the future looks bright for PortMiami

With expansion plans and confirmed funding for the next five years, the future looks bright for PortMiami

A wave of innovation

A wave of innovation
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Heineken’s BrewLock system helps some of the biggest cruise and ferry lines to deliver fresh draft beer onboard their vessels

Heineken’s BrewLock system helps cruise and ferry lines to deliver fresh draft beer onboard their vessels

All go in Galveston

All go in Galveston
By Sean Dudley | Monday, May 29, 2017

With more passengers visiting than ever before and expansion work underway, Port of Galveston is enjoying something of a purple patch

With more passengers and expansion work underway, the port is enjoying a purple patch

Norwegian cruise ports invest in their future

Norwegian cruise ports invest in their future
By Jon Ingleton | Friday, May 5, 2017

Our executive editor Jon Ingleton shares some of the highlights from Cruises Norway’s annual Norway Day event

Jon Ingleton shares some of the highlights from Cruises Norway’s annual Norway Day event

Navigating the remote

Navigating the remote
By Rebecca Lambert | Monday, April 17, 2017

Managing a fleet of 10 vessels, SunStone Ships provides a full management service to the ever-growing expedition cruise market

SunStone Ships provides a full management service to the ever-growing expedition cruise market