How SES Networks is delivering enhanced connectivity to cruise lines

How SES Networks is delivering enhanced connectivity to cruise lines
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, February 19, 2018

Company's broadband solutions allow guests to stream movies, play games and use social media

Forbo Flooring is helping cruise and ferry lines make a grand entrance

Forbo Flooring is helping cruise and ferry lines make a grand entrance
By Rebecca Lambert | Monday, February 19, 2018

Forbo Flooring Systems discusses the crucial role that entrance flooring plays in achieving great modern marine interior design

Uk-based company discusses the role of entrance flooring in achieving great modern interior design

A look at how Spear Green Design works on ship interiors

A look at how Spear Green Design works on ship interiors
By Guest | Thursday, February 15, 2018

Jeremy Spear of Spear Green Design discusses the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to creating vessel interiors

Jeremy Spear discusses the importance of a multidisciplinary approach to create vessel interiors

Bringing five-star hotel luxury to the marine sector

Bringing five-star hotel luxury to the marine sector
By Rebecca Lambert | Thursday, February 8, 2018

Denmark’s Imagine Interiors explains how it has become a one-stop shop for the marine hospitality sector

Imagine Interiors explains how it has become a one-stop shop for the marine hospitality sector

Trimline shares 12 months of transformation highlights

Trimline shares 12 months of transformation highlights
By Rebecca Lambert | Tuesday, February 6, 2018

Interior refurbishment specialist Trimline had a record year last year, and this year is looking just as strong

UK interior refit firm takes a retrospective look at its recent passenger ship projects 

How Norwegian Joy is changing the cruise industry in China

How Norwegian Joy is changing the cruise industry in China
By Jon Ingleton | Monday, February 5, 2018

Norwegian Joy boasts numerous industry firsts for the owner and the wider cruise industry. But will the public spaces win over her discerning passenger demographic? Jon Ingleton quizzed the design team to seek an answer

Norwegian Joy boasts numerous industry firsts for the owner and the wider cruise industry

The magnificence of the Mediterranean

The magnificence of the Mediterranean
By Jon Ingleton | Wednesday, January 24, 2018

MedCruise and its members have proven their mettle throughout the recent challenges facing the cruise industry in the Mediterranean Sea. Jon Ingleton reports from the 50th General Assembly in Gibraltar

MedCruise has proven its mettle throughout the recent challenges facing the cruise industry 

How Ports de Balears is showcasing the essence of the Med

How Ports de Balears is showcasing the essence of the Med
By Sean Dudley | Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Visitors to the western Mediterranean will be able to take in all the region has to offer thanks to a new cruise route

Visitors to the western Mediterranean will be able to take in all the region has to offer 


Why the Port of Cork is memorable and environmentally sustainable

Why the Port of Cork is memorable and environmentally sustainable
By Sean Dudley | Thursday, January 18, 2018

With industry awards and new opportunities around LNG emerging, it’s an exciting time at the Port of Cork

With new opportunities around LNG emerging, it’s an exciting time for the Irish port

How Sept-Îles maps the cruise guest experience

How Sept-Îles maps the cruise guest experience
By Sean Dudley | Wednesday, January 17, 2018

At Sept-Îles in Quebec, Canada, a shared framework is being harnessed to ensure the needs of visitors are met by every service provider

Canadian port uses a shared framework to ensure it meets the needs of visitors

Investing and expanding at the port of Valencia

Investing and expanding at the port of Valencia
By Jacqui Griffiths | Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Plans for a new terminal promise to make sure more cruisers can enjoy Valencia’s attractions

Plans for a new terminal promise to make sure more cruisers can enjoy Valencia’s attractions 

A friendly gateway to the great outdoors

A friendly gateway to the great outdoors
By Sean Dudley | Friday, January 12, 2018

Greater Victoria Harbour Authority is investing in its facilities to allow more visitors to take advantage of the host of activities and attractions Vancouver Island has to offer

Greater Victoria Harbour Authority is investing to allow more visitors to enjoy Vancouver Island 

How the cruise industry is celebrating successes

How the cruise industry is celebrating successes
By Jacqui Griffiths | Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Around the world, industry awards are celebrating the destinations that help create a stunning cruise experience. We look at some of the latest winners

Industry awards are celebrating the destinations that help create a stunning cruise experience

The Caribbean Tourism Organization makes bold moves for a bright future

The Caribbean Tourism Organization makes bold moves for a bright future
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, January 8, 2018

The Caribbean Tourism Organization highlights how its new Rum Route initiative, cruise alliance and private island destinations are increasing the region’s cruise appeal

The association highlights how it's increasing the region’s cruise appeal

Why cruise guests can expect an exceptional welcome at Cape Town

Why cruise guests can expect an exceptional welcome at Cape Town
By Sean Dudley | Wednesday, January 3, 2018

The phased development at the V&A Waterfront cruise terminal is helping to ensure visitors to Cape Town get the best possible first impression

The development at the V&A Waterfront cruise terminal helps visitors to get the best first impression

A region rich in highlights and opportunities

A region rich in highlights and opportunities
By Jon Ingleton | Tuesday, January 2, 2018

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 Kalmar, Sweden