Author: Rebecca Lambert

Rebecca is the head of editorial at Tudor Rose – the company that publishes International Cruise and Ferry Review. In addition to managing and coordinating writers’ workloads and overseeing all editorial output, Rebecca liaises with the industry to carry out interviews and procure magazine content.

The importance of lighting on a cruise ship

The importance of lighting on a cruise ship
By Rebecca Lambert | Wednesday, February 28, 2018

As waterproof LED lighting proves increasingly popular for the maritime industry, liniLED explains why its system provides the ideal solution

As waterproof LED lighting proves popular liniLED explains why its system provides an ideal solution

Tillberg Design is riding the wave of success

Tillberg Design is riding the wave of success
By Rebecca Lambert | Monday, February 26, 2018

Tillberg Design of Sweden’s Fredrik Johansson discusses the company’s latest projects and the secrets of its success

Tillberg Design of Sweden’s Fredrik Johansson discusses the company’s latest projects 

Why is organic, durable flooring important on cruise ships?

Why is organic, durable flooring important on cruise ships?
By Rebecca Lambert | Friday, February 23, 2018

Flooring brand wineo tells us why its new organic flooring solution is ideal for assignments at sea

Flooring brand wineo tells us what makes its new organic flooring solution ideal 

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

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

How De Jorio takes on big projects with fine attention to detail

How De Jorio takes on big projects with fine attention to detail
By Rebecca Lambert | Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Following the recent completion of two exciting projects with MSC Cruises, Marco De Jorio reflects on what’s involved to take a ship from concept to the seas

Marco De Jorio reflects on what’s involved to take a ship from concept to the seas

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 

Why green is the new black in passenger shipping

Why green is the new black in passenger shipping
By Rebecca Lambert | Thursday, January 25, 2018

Elmo Leather distinguishes itself as one of the most environmentally friendly producers of leather. Jimmy Ahlgren tells us how this vision became a reality

Elmo Leather distinguishes itself as one of the most environmentally friendly producers of leather

A look at how Cruise Wales is attracting cruise passengers

A look at how Cruise Wales is attracting cruise passengers
By Rebecca Lambert | Monday, January 22, 2018

As Wales’ cruise industry continues to grow at a healthy pace, Suzanne Thomas reflects on what it takes to keep attracting passengers

Suzanne Thomas reflects on what it takes to showcase the very best of Wales 

How FCCA is helping the Caribbean tell its destination story

How FCCA is helping the Caribbean tell its destination story
By Rebecca Lambert | Thursday, January 4, 2018

Michele Paige explains how the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association works with its members to highlight the best of what they have to offer

Michele Paige shares how FCCA helps cruise port members highlight the best they have to offer

There is something to suit everyone in Wales

There is something to suit everyone in Wales
By Rebecca Lambert | Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Wales is committed to capitalise on its growing reputation as a leading cruise destination. Rebecca Lambert caught up with Suzanne Thomas about what’s on offer

Wales is committed to capitalise on its growing reputation as a leading cruise destination

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

Wärtsilä is making smart investments for long-term payback

Wärtsilä is making smart investments for long-term payback
By Rebecca Lambert | Friday, October 20, 2017

Tomas Hakala, vice president of services and solutions management at Wärtsilä, tells us why it’s important to keep energy efficiency in mind throughout a vessel’s lifecycle

Tomas Hakala shares energy efficiency is important throughout a vessel’s lifecycle

What’s new and next?

What’s new and next?
By Rebecca Lambert | Friday, September 1, 2017

Bigger, better and jam-packed with entertainment, the newbuilds of 2017 will be some of the most impressive yet. Rebecca Lambert reflects on the design trends that are shaping the future of cruising

Jam-packed with entertainment, the newbuilds of 2017 will be some of the most impressive yet

The regeneration of Ogden Point

The regeneration of Ogden Point
By Rebecca Lambert | Friday, July 14, 2017

Developments are underway at Victoria’s cruise terminal as Greater Victoria Harbour Authority goes ahead with plans to transform the port into a thriving cultural destination. Rebecca Lambert reports

Developments are underway at Victoria’s cruise terminal with plans to transform the port

New developments help to grow tourism in Zadar

New developments help to grow tourism in Zadar
By Rebecca Lambert | Thursday, July 13, 2017

Passenger numbers are going through the roof in Zadar, Croatia, as more cruise visitors find out what the fuss is about

Passenger numbers increase in Zadar, Croatia, as more cruise visitors find out what the fuss is about

From Yran & Storbraaten Architects to YSA DESIGN: building a new future

From Yran & Storbraaten Architects to YSA DESIGN: building a new future
By Rebecca Lambert | Wednesday, July 12, 2017

One of the world’s most respected architects has made some big changes as it positions itself for growth in 2017 and beyond. We find out about the all-new YSA DESIGN

We find out about the all-new YSA DESIGN as it positions itself for growth

A revolution in rescue craft

A revolution in rescue craft
By Rebecca Lambert | Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Viking Life-Saving Equipment’s LifeCraft is moving closer to its official launch. The company expects to supply its first units next year

Viking Life-Saving Equipment’s LifeCraft is moving closer to its official launch

The importance of navigating the remote

The importance of navigating the remote
By Rebecca Lambert | Monday, April 17, 2017

Managing a fleet of 10 vessels, SunStone Ships provides a full management service to the ever-growing expedition cruise market

SunStone Ships provides a full management service to the ever-growing expedition cruise market

Anthony Connelly to succeed retiring Disney president Karl Holz

Anthony Connelly to succeed retiring Disney president Karl Holz
By Rebecca Lambert | Thursday, April 6, 2017

Holz will step down on 15 February 2018, handing over to the Walt Disney Company veteran