Finding something for everyone in Wales

Finding something for everyone in Wales
By Rebecca Gibson | 10 May 2022

Cruise Wales has created innovative new shore excursions in order to give cruise guests a warm Welsh welcome when ships return to Wales in 2022

Cruise Wales has created new shore excursions in order to give cruise guests a warm Welsh welcome

Thinking big: outfitting the world’s largest cruise ship

Thinking big: outfitting the world’s largest cruise ship

Gensler

By Alex Smith | 05 May 2022

MJM Marine’s team worked across 19 venues and seven decks as it helped to outfit Royal Caribbean International’s new Wonder of the Seas

MJM Marine worked across 19 venues to outfit Royal Caribbean’s Wonder of the Seas

 

Resilient, innovative and more sustainable

Resilient, innovative and more sustainable
By Jon Ingleton | 04 May 2022

The mood in the room at Seatrade Cruise Global is always a reliable barometer of the state of the industry and people were full of smiles last week. Cruise & Ferry was there, day and night, to embrace the occasion. Jon Ingleton reports

Jon Ingleton shares the updates from Seatrade Cruise Global, which took place in Miami last week 

A new alternative to satellite connectivity at sea

A new alternative to satellite connectivity at sea
By Alice Chambers | 29 April 2022

The CruiseLink solution from Getslash allows cruise lines to provide cost-effective connectivity

Sally Gunnell christens Ambassador Cruise Line’s new ship

Sally Gunnell christens Ambassador Cruise Line’s new ship

Ambassador Cruise Line

By Alice Chambers | 21 April 2022

CFR’s Alice Chambers and Rebecca Gibson attended Ambience’s christening ceremony and inaugural ball on 19 April 2022 and had the opportunity to explore the newly refurbished ship

The ceremony took place onboard Ambience with guests, partners and suppliers present

Why is Port of Taranto winning industry and community admirers?

Why is Port of Taranto winning industry and community admirers?
By Jon Ingleton | 14 April 2022

Jon Ingleton reports on how the Italian port's cruise business has grown in just five years

Almaco outfits catering and accommodation areas for Viking Glory

Almaco outfits catering and accommodation areas for Viking Glory

Almaco Group

By Alex Smith | 06 April 2022

Work was carried out successfully despite the health and logistical challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic

A smooth re-entry for newly renovated cruise and ferry vessels

A smooth re-entry for newly renovated cruise and ferry vessels
By Elly Yates-Roberts | 04 April 2022

As many cruise lines resume sailing, shipyards around the world are seeing increasing numbers of refit and refurbishment projects. Elly Yates-Roberts highlights some of the work that has been carried out on cruise ships and ferries over the past six months

Elly Yates-Roberts details some of the recent refit and refurbishments projects in the past six months

North Okinawa Island: An untouched paradise

North Okinawa Island: An untouched paradise
By Alex Smith | 31 March 2022

Home to one of the largest subtropical rainforests and an array of unique flora and fauna, North Okinawa Island provides cruise guests with a chance to explore a pristine natural environment

The Japanese island provides cruise guests with a chance to explore a pristine natural environment

A breath of fresh air: getting back to cruising

A breath of fresh air: getting back to cruising
By Michele Witthaus | 03 February 2022

The return of cruising has come as a welcome relief to cruise line and port executives, who can’t wait to share new itineraries, excursions and destinations with guests. Michele Witthaus reports

Cruise line and port executives share their new itineraries, excursions and destinations

Primed and ready to cruise again in Canadian waters

Primed and ready to cruise again in Canadian waters
By Richard Humphreys | 27 January 2022

Atlantic Cruise Canada Association is supporting initiatives and infrastructure projects that will prepare Canadian communities and ports for the return of cruise vessels in 2022

Atlantic Cruise Canada Association supports projects for the return of cruise vessels in 2022

The great cruise comeback in the Florida-Caribbean region

The great cruise comeback in the Florida-Caribbean region
By Rebecca Gibson | 24 January 2022

The burgeoning Florida-Caribbean industry has struggled during the Covid-19 pandemic, but it is now firmly back on track towards a rapid recovery thanks to the tireless efforts of the cruise lines, ports, destinations and other key stakeholders. Rebecca Gibson reports

The industry is back on track towards a rapid recovery after the pandemic

The fragile gems of Okinawa prefecture

The fragile gems of Okinawa prefecture
By Alex Smith | 21 January 2022

Cruise lines can provide guests with the chance to explore two unique destinations by visiting Irimote Island and Northern Okinawa Island in Japan’s Okinawa Prefecture, both of which have been named on the Unesco World Natural Heritage List

Guests can explore two unique destinations in Irimote Island and Northern Okinawa Island

A slice of France in the Caribbean’s Lesser Antilles islands

A slice of France in the Caribbean’s Lesser Antilles islands
By Alex Smith | 14 January 2022

With a distinctive blend of French influences and West Indian culture, Martinique offers a range of unique experiences for cruise guests to discover

Martinique blends French and West Indian influences to offer unique experiences for cruise guests 

Ensuring passenger safety in the United Arab Emirates

Ensuring passenger safety in the United Arab Emirates
By Rebecca Gibson | 13 January 2022

AD Ports Group has implemented multiple measures to safeguard the health of cruise tourists visiting Abu Dhabi

AD Ports Group has implemented measures to protect the health of cruise tourists visiting Abu Dhabi

A new homeporting hub for cruise ships in the Vanilla Islands

A new homeporting hub for cruise ships in the Vanilla Islands
By Rebecca Gibson | 12 January 2022

Mauritius Port Authority has invested in a new cruise terminal to ensure it becomes the first choice for cruise operators wanting to sail immersive itineraries in the Indian Ocean

Mauritius Port Authority has invested in a new cruise terminal for ships sailing in the Indian Ocean

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