How Port of St. Petersburg is catering to cruise demand

How Port of St. Petersburg is catering to cruise demand
By Lindsay James | Friday, November 17, 2017

With cruise visitors growing substantially year on year, the port of St. Petersburg is investing in significant redevelopment projects in order to prepare for the future

The Russian port tells ICFR about its significant redevelopment projects 

Bringing European ports and international cruise lines together

Bringing European ports and international cruise lines together
By Guest | Thursday, November 16, 2017

Cruise Europe is working hard to help its 130 port members forge strong relationships with the world’s cruise lines and meet their needs, says managing director Jens Skrede

Cruise Europe is working hard to help its 130 port members forge strong relationships 

Improving the boarding experience for cruise guests

Improving the boarding experience for cruise guests
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, November 15, 2017

FMT will deliver two Mobile Elevating Passenger Boarding Bridges to help Port Everglades make its boarding more efficient in 2018

FMT will deliver two boarding bridges to Port Everglades in 2018 

Meiko looks at how to tackle hygiene issues on cruise ships

Meiko looks at how to tackle hygiene issues on cruise ships
By Lindsay James | Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Hygiene is a huge issue on cruise ships. There is limited space onboard to meet the required standards – especially when it comes to the wash-up area in kitchens. Meiko offers a solution

The company's solutions help operators to keep ships safe, even when they have limited onboard space

 

How OSM Maritime Group taps into the best talent

How OSM Maritime Group taps into the best talent
By Rebecca Gibson | Friday, November 10, 2017

OSM Maritime Group’s commitment to excellence and its careful attention to customers’ needs makes it a successful crew management partner

The company's attention to customers’ needs makes it a successful crew management partner

Establishing effective IT support on ships out at sea

Establishing effective IT support on ships out at sea
By Rebecca Gibson | Thursday, November 2, 2017

BSH IT Solutions’ project management and 24-hour monitoring services make it an ideal partner for IT projects on passenger ships

BSH IT Solutions’ project management make it an ideal partner for IT projects on passenger ships

Malta: The small island with a big reputation

Malta: The small island with a big reputation
By Rebecca Gibson | Thursday, October 26, 2017

Malta’s Valletta Cruise Port is winning cruise business, and industry awards, thanks to its high quality passenger services and modern port facilities

Malta’s Valletta Cruise Port is winning cruise business and industry awards

Striving for consistent excellence in the cruise industry

Striving for consistent excellence in the cruise industry
By Rebecca Lambert | Monday, October 23, 2017

What factors are vital when it comes to delivering a top-quality hotel service on board a cruise vessel? Industry experts provide their insight into the key things to consider

Industry experts explain what factors are vital when it comes to delivering quality hotel service

Achieving GDPR compliance in the cruise industry

Achieving GDPR compliance in the cruise industry
By Rebecca Gibson | Thursday, October 19, 2017

Adonis aims to help cruise and ferry lines comply with the European Union’s 2018 data protection laws

Adonis aims to help cruise and ferry lines comply with the European Union’s 2018 data protection laws 

YSA Design shares its vision for the fast-changing cruise market

YSA Design shares its vision for the fast-changing cruise market
By Guest | Thursday, October 12, 2017

Norwegian design firm outlines how it plans to create cruise interiors that deliver unforgettable experiences

CLIA names Port of Galveston as the fourth busiest cruise port in the US

CLIA names Port of Galveston as the fourth busiest cruise port in the US
By Elizabeth Robinson | Monday, October 9, 2017

New report reveals that the port hosted 869,923 passengers in 2016

Australian cruise industry worth over AUS$5 billion, says CLIA

Australian cruise industry worth over AUS$5 billion, says CLIA
By Elizabeth Robinson | Monday, October 9, 2017

Additional growth may be constrained by Sydney reaching capacity

Leading the Atlantic seaboard

Leading the Atlantic seaboard
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Port of A Coruña expects to welcome a record number of cruise passengers in 2017 after tripling its cruise figures in recent years

Port of A Coruña’s  expects to welcome a record number of cruise passengers in 2017

Improving infrastructure in the Mediterranean

Improving infrastructure in the Mediterranean
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, August 28, 2017

MedCruise aims to help member ports actively engage with cruise lines, itinerary planners and destinations marketers to develop the port facilities today’s operators need, says Thanos Pallis

MedCruise aims to help member ports actively engage with cruise lines

Investing in cruise success

Investing in cruise success
By Rebecca Gibson | Friday, August 25, 2017

Cruise numbers are continuing to rise in Malta and Gozo as the government commits to infrastructure improvements and stakeholder collaboration

Cruise passenger numbers are continuing to rise in Malta and Gozo

Hitting all-time highs

Hitting all-time highs
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, August 23, 2017

The Port of New Orleans is optimistic for the future following six consecutive years of record cruise growth

The Port of New Orleans is optimistic following a record cruise growth