The Spring/Summer 2020 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.
Opening this issue is an exclusive keynote with Carnival Corporation president and CEO Arnold Donald who explains how the organisation’s nine cruise brands are working hard to emerge from the Covid-19 crisis stronger than ever before. There’s also a cover story with Studio DADO’s Greg Walton outlining the skills designers must develop if they want to create compelling cruise interiors.
Features, viewpoints and reports explore everything from the most impressive onboard spaces at sea, supporting ship operators, navigation and communications technology, newbuilds in the cruise and ferry order books, refurbishment projects and a Green List showcasing how cruise ports are improving sustainability. Plus, we report exciting updates from across the passenger shipping industry in our Marketwatch section.
Notable names in our Cruise Business section include MSC Cruises’ Pierfrancesco Vago, Holland America Group’s Jan Swartz, Swan Hellenic’s Andrea Zito, Royal Caribbean International’s Michael Bayley and many others.
Our Ferry Business section, which is published in association with Interferry, includes a commentary from Interferry CEO Mike Corrigan and a roundtable where Shipshape Consulting’s Simon Johnson asks executives from Brittany Ferries, DFDS and Stena Line about their new E-Flexer ferries. We also hear from P&O Ferries’ Peter Hebblethwaite, Catalina Express’s Greg Bombard, Discover Ferries’ Abby Penlington, Interferry’s Johan Roos and industry expert Michael Grey.
We hope you enjoy the magazine and welcome your feedback.
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