What potential do marine batteries have for passenger shipping?

What potential do marine batteries have for passenger shipping?
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Cruise and ferry operators can use energy storage systems to meet their sustainability and operational goals, says Grant Brown, vice president of marketing at PBES

PBES explores how energy storage systems can help cruise and ferry lines meet sustainability goals

A bright future for homeporting in Dublin

A bright future for homeporting in Dublin
By Lindsay James | Monday, November 20, 2017

Pat Ward, Dublin Port Company’s head of corporate services, reflects on the growing appeal of Dublin Port and what homeporting means for the city’s tourism and economy

Dublin Port Company’s head of corporate services, reflects on the growing appeal of the port

Keeping customers happy in the ferry business

Keeping customers happy in the ferry business
By Guest | Friday, October 27, 2017

Michael Grey explores how well-trained, knowledgeable and friendly staff can help ferry lines to drive customer loyalty

Michael Grey explores how well-trained and friendly staff can help ferry lines drive customer loyalty

Finding the right partner in challenging times

Finding the right partner in challenging times
By Lindsay James | Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Acknowledging the supply chain complexities that are rife within the passenger shipping industry is key to success, says Idris Shahpurwalla, business development director at Saifee

Acknowledging the supply chain complexities within the passenger shipping industry is key to success

Choosing the ideal lubricant for a cruise ship

Choosing the ideal lubricant for a cruise ship
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Cruise and ferry lines should consider the performance and environmental qualities of oils, says Phil Cumberlidge, business development manager of GreenMarine at Panolin International

Cruise and ferry lines should consider the performance and environmental qualities of oils

Interferry works together with its members for growth

Interferry works together with its members for growth
By Guest | Thursday, October 5, 2017

Interferry CEO Mike Corrigan explains the motivation driving the trade association’s far-reaching strategy

Interferry CEO Mike Corrigan explains the motivation driving the trade association’s far-reaching strategy  

Are mobile payments safe for ferry operators?

Are mobile payments safe for ferry operators?
By Guest | Monday, September 11, 2017

Corethree CEO Ashley Murdoch highlights how mobile ticketing can improve ferry lines’ business

Corethree CEO Ashley Murdoch highlights how mobile ticketing can improve ferry lines’ business

Riding the cruise industry’s rising tide

Riding the cruise industry’s rising tide
By Rebecca Gibson | Thursday, August 31, 2017

Caribbean destinations must differentiate themselves as global demand for cruising increases. The FCCA is ideally placed to help, says Michele Paige

Caribbean destinations must differentiate themselves as global demand for cruising increases

Creating memorable experiences

Creating memorable experiences
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, August 7, 2017

Claus Bødker, director of Cruise Baltic, outlines how local cruise networks improve guest satisfaction levels at ports and destinations

Claus Bødker outlines how local cruise networks improve guest satisfaction levels

How cruise lines can use customer reviews to market themselves

How cruise lines can use customer reviews to market themselves
By Guest | Thursday, August 3, 2017

Chris Cowan from Clusters highlights the benefits of using in-depth analysis when devising a strategy to market cruises to travellers

Chris Cowan from Clusters highlights the benefits of using analysis when marketing cruises to travellers

The rising tide of onboard spend

The rising tide of onboard spend
By Guest | Friday, June 30, 2017

Cruise lines must invest in improving the onboard customer experience to boost revenue, advises Alex Avery, director of Airports, Travel and Commercial Spaces at Pragma Consulting

Cruise lines must improve the onboard experience to boost revenue, says Pragma Consulting's Alex Avery

Victory Cruise Line gets Cuba approval

Victory Cruise Line gets Cuba approval
By Guest | Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Small-ship operator Victory Cruise Lines offers travellers the perfect way to see all that Cuba has to offer, while complying with US Government regulations, says president and CEO Bruce Nierenberg

President and CEO Bruce Nierenberg tells us why the line offers the perfect way to travel to Cuba

A long life for the global ferry fleet

A long life for the global ferry fleet
By Guest | Thursday, April 27, 2017

Michael Grey highlights why the ferry industry is enjoying long-term success, despite an increase in ships being scrapped in other marine markets

Michael Grey highlights why the ferry industry is enjoying long-term success

New members and important priorities

New members and important priorities
By Guest | Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Cruise Europe will work with its 125 members and CLIA to drive European cruise growth and improve environmental changes, says Jens Skrede

Cruise Europe will work with members and CLIA to drive European cruise growth, says Jens Skrede

Always available, wherever operators are sailing

Always available, wherever operators are sailing
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Angela Plott outlines how the Republic of the Marshall Islands Registry benefits cruise operators worldwide

Angela Plott outlines how the Republic of the Marshall Islands Registry benefits cruise operators worldwide

Worldwide Ferry Safety Association takes a look at global ferry safety

Worldwide Ferry Safety Association takes a look at global ferry safety
By Guest | Friday, March 31, 2017

Worldwide Ferry Safety Association’s Roberta Weisbrod shares some of the highlights delegates can expect at the Ferry Safety & Technology Conference in May

Roberta Weisbrod highlights what delegates can expect at the Ferry Safety & Technology Conference