For the past few months, we’ve been hard at work compiling the Spring/Summer 2020 issue of Cruise & Ferry Review. Although we didn’t expect to launch it at a time when the passenger shipping industry and the wider world is facing a health crisis, perhaps it serves as the ideal time to remind ourselves of the achievements, passion and innovative spirit that the passenger shipping industry has long been celebrated for. We hope our readers are inspired by the cruise lines, ferry operators, ports and destinations and many other stakeholders who have shared their insights in its pages.
Boasting fresh branding, a new design and more content than ever before, the Spring/Summer 2020 issue of Cruise & Ferry Review includes a feature revealing the winners of our first-ever Ship of the Year Awards and an opening keynote with Carnival Corporation president and CEO Arnold Donald who explains how strong partnerships are empowering Carnival Corporation to exceed guest expectations and reduce its environmental impact.
Other highlights include a cover story exploring how Port Authority of Jamaica has brought cruising back to Port Royal for the first time in 40 years. Meanwhile, features, viewpoints and reports explore everything from maritime communications to newbuilds in the cruise and ferry order books, the perfect galley operation and how cruise lines delivering unforgettable destination experiences.
Notable names in our Cruise Business section include Dream Cruises’ Michael Goh, Celebrity Cruises’ Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, Norwegian Cruise Line’s Harry Sommer, Cruise Lines International Association’s Kelly Craighead. While our Ferry Business section includes interviews with Spirit of Tasmania's Bernard Dwyer, Archipelago Philippine Ferries Corporation’s Mary Ann Pastrana and many others. It is published in association with Interferry.
Elsewhere in the magazine, we outline some of the latest exciting updates from across the passenger shipping industry in our Marketwatch section and share our 2020 Green List.
We hope you enjoy the magazine and welcome your feedback.
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