The 2020 issue of Cruise & Ferry Itinerary Planning is out now and packed with interviews, reports, features and viewpoints from stakeholders involved in designing and executing cruise itineraries around the world. We hear how they are creating cruise routes and onshore experiences to help accelerate the pace of industry recovery and encourage travellers back to the seas in the wake of Covid-19.
This issue opens with a keynote with Josh Leibowitz who discusses how Seabourn is making its mark at the luxury end of the expedition sector and taking guests to extraordinary places. Next up is our cover story where Unesco’s Ernesto Ottone R. discusses how remarkable historical, cultural and natural sights around the world will help to drive demand for cruising once again.
Elsewhere, executives from Azamara, Carnival Cruise Line, Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines, Holland America Line, MSC Cruises, Princess Cruises and Virgin Voyages share exclusive insights on what key factors should be considered when designing itineraries in our Planner Perspectives section.
We also have a roundtable and a feature focusing on how operators like Crystal Cruises, Marella Cruises, Mystic Cruises, P&O Cruises Australia and Royal Caribbean Group are creating inspiring itineraries to win business back in 2021 and beyond.
Meanwhile, cruise associations share updates from their members and outline their key priorities in our Association Highlights section. Other highlights include reports and viewpoints from ports and destinations around the world, as well as our Marketwatch section, which showcases updates from cruise lines and ports, and an exclusive interview with The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection’s Douglas Prothero.
We hope you enjoy this issue and welcome your feedback.
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