New issue of Cruise & Ferry Review out now!

Hear from cruise and ferry leaders, ports and destinations, designers, suppliers, outfitters and other key stakeholders in the passenger shipping industry

New issue of Cruise & Ferry Review out now!

By Laura Hyde |

The Spring/Summer 2024 issue of Cruise & Ferry Review is out now, offering exclusive insights from the leaders of cruise and ferry brands, those managing ports and destinations, and the experts who are designing, building and outfitting the vessels. Subscribe to view the digital edition or order a printed copy.  

In our keynote interview, John Padgett of Princess Cruises reveals how the design innovations and extensive culinary and entertainment offerings onboard Sun Princess will transform the guest experience and position the brand as an industry leader. Meanwhile, Greg Martin explains how SES’s industry-first connectivity solutions are helping cruise brands to optimise smart ship operations and deliver superior guest and crew experiences in our cover story

Our Cruise Business section includes a roundtable with eight senior executives from expedition cruise lines who share how they are delivering safe, adventurous and environmentally friendly voyages. There are also interviews with Resorts World Cruises’ Michael Goh, Cruise Line International Association’s Kelly Craighead, Four Seasons Yachts’ Thatcher Brown, and many others. 

Published in association with Interferry, our Ferry Business section starts with a commentary from Mike Corrigan, who discusses prioritising sustainability and domestic ferry safety. Another highlight is an interview with Stena Line’s three female leaders – Marica Derenstrand, Margareta Jensen Dickson and Elisabeth Lönne – who explain how the ferry operator is creating a more inclusive workplace, BC Ferries’ Nicolas Jimenez talks about how the Canadian operator is reshaping its coastal ferry services, Tallink Grupp’s Paavo Nõgene reveals how the Estonian company is developing its services to make them seamless, and more.  

Elsewhere in the magazine, Captain John Lloyd shares how The Nautical Institute is helping seafarers prepare for new technologies, fuels and regulations, Hiroyuki Yamada details how the International Maritime Organization plays a critical role in protecting ships and seafarers, and we highlight how cruise and ferry lines are elevating the dining experience to provide memorable moments in our ‘Perfectly seasoned’ feature. 

Other highlights include features and reports on new technologies, ports and destinations, sustainable interior design, the global order books, cruise ship refurbishment projects, and much more. Plus, we also outline some of the latest updates from organisations across the passenger shipping industry in our Marketwatch section. 

Enjoy reading the issue!  

Subscribe to read the Spring/Summer 2024 issue of Cruise & Ferry Review in print or digital format.  

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