An Arctic adventure part three: Vesterålen and Lofoten

An Arctic adventure part three: Vesterålen and Lofoten
By Jon Ingleton | Friday, September 7, 2018

The final leg of the 2018 Cruise Norway FAM trip journeyed through the natural and man-made wonders of the Vesterålen and Lofoten archipelego. Jon Ingleton recalls some memorable moments

ICFR’s Jon Ingleton shares the third in a three-part series of reviews about his recent cruise in Norway

An Arctic adventure part two: Hammerfest and Harstad

An Arctic adventure part two: Hammerfest and Harstad
By Jon Ingleton | Thursday, September 6, 2018

Jon Ingleton shares highlights from the second part of his Cruise Norway FAM trip, which saw him journeying from Hammerfest to Harstad on Hinnøya, Norway’s biggest island

ICFR’s Jon Ingleton shares the second in a three-part series of reviews about his recent cruise in Norway

An Arctic adventure part one: Svalbard

An Arctic adventure part one: Svalbard
By Jon Ingleton | Wednesday, September 5, 2018

ICFR’s executive editor Jon Ingleton finds it impossible to turn down an offer to join Cruise Norway’s Marit Vetaas Karlsen and Inge Tangerås on a FAM trip. Here he reports on the first port of call

ICFR’s Jon Ingleton shares the first in a three-part series of reviews about his recent cruise in Norway

Where are you on your journey to marine digitalisation?

Where are you on your journey to marine digitalisation?
By Guest | Thursday, August 30, 2018

Eniram invites you to take an assessment to discover the level of your current digital maturity

Eniram invites you to take an assessment to discover the level of your current digital maturity

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

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

A new gateway to the French city of Bordeaux

A new gateway to the French city of Bordeaux
By Sean Dudley | Friday, August 3, 2018

A new terminal for large cruise ships is coming to Pauillac near the French city of Bordeaux

Atlantic Port of Bordeaux is building a terminal so large cruise ships can berth in Pauillac 

How Jamaica in investing in history to create its future

How Jamaica in investing in history to create its future
By Sean Dudley | Monday, July 30, 2018

Sean Dudley takes a look at plans to bring a new floating cruise pier to Port Royal, Jamaica, and other recent investments at the island’s existing cruise ports

We look at plans to bring a new floating cruise pier to Port Royal, and other recent investments

Managing momentum at the Port of New Orleans

Managing momentum at the Port of New Orleans
By Rebecca Gibson | Friday, July 27, 2018

The Port of New Orleans will continue nine years of growth in 2018 by welcoming larger homeporting ships

The US port will continue nine years of growth in 2018 by welcoming larger homeporting ships

Sampling history and culture in the Mediterranean

Sampling history and culture in the Mediterranean
By Sean Dudley | Wednesday, July 25, 2018

A new Mediterranean cruise route is offering a mix of exclusivity, history, cuisine and culture to cruise passengers

A new cruise route is offers cruise guests an exclusive experience

How Port Tampa Bay is uniting the US and Cuba

How Port Tampa Bay is uniting the US and Cuba
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Port Tampa Bay is attracting major cruise lines thanks to its close proximity to some of the world’s biggest theme parks, quality beaches and Cuba

Florida port attracts major cruise lines because it's close to theme parks, beaches and Cuba

Hitting cruise highs in the beautiful A Coruña

Hitting cruise highs in the beautiful 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