New issue of Cruise & Ferry Review out now!

New issue of Cruise & Ferry Review out now!

The Autumn/Winter 2022 issue of Cruise & Ferry Review is out now and available to view and download free of charge in digital format.

This issue opens with our first-ever keynote interview with Pierfrancesco Vago, executive chairman of MSC Group’s cruise division. He explains how the company’s family values and innovative approach are helping it to create revolutionary ships and lead the cruise industry towards a zero-carbon future. Meanwhile, our cover story features our first interview with Royal Caribbean Group’s new president and CEO Jason Liberty who tells us how he is leading the company to a bright and sustainable future.

Our Cruise Business section includes a roundtable on luxury cruising featuring insights from Resorts World Cruises’ Michael Goh, Seabourn’s Josh Leibowitz, Silversea Cruises’ Roberto Martinoli, Swan Hellenic’s Andrea Zito, The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection’s Douglas Prothero and Windstar Cruises’ Christopher Prelog. We also have interviews with Carnival Cruise Line’s Christine Duffy, Virgin Voyages’ Tom McAlpin, Azamara’s Patrice Willoughby, Cruise Lines Industry Association’s Kelly Craighead and multiple other executives.

Published in association with Interferry, the Ferry Business section features commentaries from both the trade association’s CEO Mike Corrigan and regulatory affairs director Johan Roos who outline how they are helping the global ferry industry to overcome key challenges. In addition, Washington State Ferries’ Patty Rubstello discusses hybrid-electric propulsion, Carsten Nørland talks about Scandlines’ environmental performance, and Peter Hebblethwaite addresses the recent controversy surrounding P&O Ferries. There are also several other executive interviews and a commentary about the value of efficient ferry links from industry expert Michael Grey.

Elsewhere, MSC Cruises’ Linden Coppell advocates for a shipbuilding framework and certification process for the cruise industry and Royal Caribbean International’s Tor Svensen shares how Royal Caribbean Group is reducing the carbon footprint associated with building ships.

Other highlights include features and reports on environmental performance, newbuild orders, refit projects, safety at sea, how to create high-quality dining experiences, impressive cruise terminals, and much more. Plus, we outline some of the latest updates from organisations across the passenger shipping industry in our Marketwatch section.

There’s plenty more too – we hope you enjoy the read!

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Rebecca Gibson
By Rebecca Gibson
23 August 2022

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