Cruise & Ferry Review - Spring/Summer 2023

How will travel change in 2023? Book cruises to destinations that have recently reopened to international travel such as Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Taipei, Taiwan; Singapore; Hong Kong; Bankok, Thailand; and Tokyo, Japan Work remotely while cruising, which means they will require ship operators to offer reliable and fast internet connectivity Choose fully immersive itineraries, especially ones that focus on local culinary traditions in destinations that ships visit The Port of A Coruña in Spain received a total of 222,723 passengers in 2022, breaking its previous record of 184,069 in 2017. The port hosted 136 calls last year, including inaugural visits from Disney Cruise Line’s Disney Magic, Virgin Voyages’ Valiant Lady and P&O Cruises’ Iona. Carnival Cruise Line’s new Carnival Celebration also called at the port on its maiden voyage. The port is on track to break these records again in 2023 with 140 calls already scheduled. Port of A Coruña broke cruise traffic record in 2022 Silversea Cruises predicts that travellers will: