The 2021 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 that will leave a lasting impression.
Highlights include an exclusive keynote with Michel Nestour who outlines why Carnival Corporation believes port development and partnerships will play a crucial role in the long-term success of the cruise industry. We also have a cover story, executives from Celestyal Cruises, Costa Cruises, Marella Cruises, MSC Cruises, Saga Cruises discuss why the Mediterranean Sea is an enduringly popular destination for cruise travellers.
Elsewhere, cruise executives reveal what key factors they consider when designing itineraries in our Planner Perspectives section, and various cruise associations share the latest updates and outline their future priorities in our Association Highlights articles.
In addition, cruise line and port executives highlight their new itineraries, excursions and destination offerings as ships return to service around the world in our ‘A breath of fresh air’ feature. A second feature highlights how the tireless efforts of various stakeholders have put the Florida-Caribbean cruise industry back on track towards a rapid recovery in 2022 and beyond.
Meanwhile, our Marketwatch section provides a collection of updates from cruise lines and ports, as well as an exclusive interview with Ambassador Cruise Line’s Michelle Lupino. Plus, our Featured Ports & Destinations section profiles some of the popular ports of call around the world.
We hope you enjoy the magazine and welcome your feedback.
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