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Autumn/Winter 2017

International Cruise and Ferry Review Autumn 2017

Executive Editor: Jon Ingleton
Editor: Rebecca Gibson

Published in association with Interferry, the Ferry Business section of the Autumn/Winter 2017 issue of International Cruise & Ferry Review is packed with executive interviews.

Ferry Business opens with a commentary from Interferry CEO Mike Corrigan who outlines how the association is working with its partners to make the global ferry industry stronger than ever. Closely following is a thought-provoking roundtable where three Northern Europe-based operators share their sustainability strategies.

We also hear from Captain Jamie Marshall about BC Ferries’ plans for a green future, and Rikard Ternblom tells us how Fjord Line is taking steps to remain competitive in Scandinavia. Meanwhile, Alan Klanac gives us a heads-up on Jadrolinija's major expansion programme in the Adriatic, Irish Ferries’ Andrew Sheen talks post-Brexit plans, and Sean Collins shares how MBNA Thames Clippers’ new ferries and routes will boost traffic on the Thames. Majestic Fast Ferry’s Max Tan, Viking Line’s Jans Hanses also share their updates.

Closing Ferry Business, industry expert Michael Grey explores how well-trained, knowledgeable and friendly staff can help ferry lines drive customer loyalty.

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Magazine highlights

WORKING TOGETHER FOR GROWTH

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

SETTING AN EXAMPLE

Max Tan tells us why Majestic Fast Ferry’s new twin-hulled ferries will be faster and safer than their predecessors

CUSTOMER SERVICE TO TOP AGENDA

We highlight some of the key topics delegates will discuss at the 42nd Annual Interferry Conference this October

SETTING HIGH FERRY STANDARDS IN SCANDINAVIA

Rikard Ternblom outlines how Fjord Line aims to remain a serious player in the cruise ferry sector

THE SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT DEBATE

Three Northern Europe-based operators share their sustainability strategies and green initiatives

IRISH FERRIES IS READY FOR LIFE POST-BREXIT

Andrew Sheen highlights why Irish Ferries is well prepared to meet whatever challenges emerge from Brexity

GOING GREEN

Jamie Marshall discusses how BC Ferries is securing its future and creating a better world for everyone

EXPANDING OPPORTUNITIES

Alan Klanac gives us a heads-up on Jadrolinija’s major expansion