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.

Navigating the remote

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

Creating timeless appeal

Creating timeless appeal
By Rebecca Lambert | Wednesday, April 5, 2017

De Jorio Design International has left its signature mark on most newbuilds for MSC Cruises since 2001. Marco de Jorio reflects on a successful partnership with the cruise line

Marco de Jorio reflects on De Jorio Design International's partnership with MSC Cruises

Wales: an award-winning destination

Wales: an award-winning destination
By Rebecca Lambert | Monday, April 3, 2017

Cruise calls are on the up, new attractions are open for business, and Lonely Planet has named the northern region one of the world’s top places to visit. We find out why Wales is the place to go

We find out why Wales is the place to go for cruise ships and their passengers

Cruise Baltic focuses on growth as report reveals rising passenger calls

Cruise Baltic focuses on growth as report reveals rising passenger calls
By Rebecca Lambert | Tuesday, March 14, 2017

More passengers are visiting the region than ever, according to Cruise Baltic’s Market Review 2017

Cruise passengers on the rise in Zadar thanks to new port

Cruise passengers on the rise in Zadar thanks to new port
By Rebecca Lambert | Thursday, December 22, 2016

The Croatian port welcomed 136,000 cruise passengers in 2016

Promotional video shows off local attractions in Valencia

Promotional video shows off local attractions in Valencia
By Rebecca Lambert | Thursday, December 22, 2016

The Port Authority of Valencia has released the video to encourage passengers to explore the city

Incat Crowther delivers new passenger ferry to Auckland

Incat Crowther delivers new passenger ferry to Auckland
By Rebecca Lambert | Thursday, December 22, 2016

Sister ship to Te Kotuku, Korora is the first of a two vessel repeat order

Royal Caribbean reaffirms its commitment to sustainability

Royal Caribbean reaffirms its commitment to sustainability
By Rebecca Lambert | Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Latest report highlights improvements in emissions and waste handling

Scandlines’ new hybrid ferry leaves Fayard shipyard

Scandlines’ new hybrid ferry leaves Fayard shipyard
By Rebecca Lambert | Tuesday, December 20, 2016

M/V Copenhagen will go into operation on Wednesday

Newfoundland and Labrador records strong 2016 cruise season

Newfoundland and Labrador records strong 2016 cruise season
By Rebecca Lambert | Monday, December 19, 2016

Between May and October, member ports welcomed 33,933 passengers

A winter sun success story in the Arabian Gulf

A winter sun success story in the Arabian Gulf
By Rebecca Lambert | Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Ports across Arabia are busy building and upgrading their facilities as passengers arrive in search of winter sun. Rebecca Lambert speaks with members of the Cruise Arabia Alliance to find out more

The Cruise Arabia Alliance shares how its members are upgrading their port facilities

Cruise industry leaders set their sights on China at annual CCS show

Cruise industry leaders set their sights on China at annual CCS show
By Rebecca Lambert | Monday, September 26, 2016

Carnival will build two ships in China and Norwegian will launch ship built for the local market in 2017

Taking luxury to the next level on Seven Seas Explorer

Taking luxury to the next level on Seven Seas Explorer
By Rebecca Lambert | Monday, November 16, 2015

Tillberg Design of Sweden’s partners Michal Jackiewicz and Fredrik Johansson take us behind the scenes of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ latest newbuild

Tillberg Design of Sweden take us behind the scenes of Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ latest newbuild

Going above and beyond

Going above and beyond
By Rebecca Lambert | Thursday, October 22, 2015

We hear from ports and tourist boards about the sometimes extraordinary lengths they go to in order to ensure magical destination experiences for visiting cruise passengers

Ports and tourist boards share how they ensure magical destination experiences for cruise guests

More than a location

More than a location
By Rebecca Lambert | Friday, October 16, 2015

Tine Oelmann, director of port operations, shore excursions and ground handling at TUI Cruises, discusses the many factors that must be considered before finalising the fleet’s upcoming itineraries

TUI Cruises' Tine Oelmann discusses the many factors that must be considered before finalising itineraries

InterGlobe Technologies enhances its cruise IT solutions

InterGlobe Technologies enhances its cruise IT solutions
By Rebecca Lambert | Thursday, July 23, 2015

The technology provider is integrating smart drones and social media analytics into its products

Hyundai Heavy Industries and Accenture to build smart ships

Hyundai Heavy Industries and Accenture to build smart ships
By Rebecca Lambert | Monday, July 20, 2015

Built-in sensor networks will help ship owners track equipment and improve operational efficiency

The power of new ideas is driving cruise tourism in the Baltic

The power of new ideas is driving cruise tourism in the Baltic
By Rebecca Lambert | Monday, June 8, 2015

Cruise Baltic director Claus Bødker speaks with Rebecca Lambert about developments in the region and the importance of driving innovation

Cruise Baltic's director highlights the developments in the region and the importance of driving innovation

Richard Fain is ending last-minute cruise deals at Royal Caribbean

Richard Fain is ending last-minute cruise deals at Royal Caribbean
By Rebecca Lambert | Monday, April 20, 2015

News comes amid stronger than expected first quarter results for the company