Interviews

Collaboration is crucial for Kudos Dsign

Collaboration is crucial for Kudos Dsign
By Elly Yates-Roberts | 06 August 2020

Pia Litokorpi from Kudos Dsign outlines the process of designing Wasaline’s Aurora Botnia for Elly Yates-Roberts

Pia Litokorpi outlines the design studio’s process for designing Wasaline’s Aurora Botnia

Exciting times ahead for Liferaft Systems Australia

Exciting times ahead for Liferaft Systems Australia
By Richard Humphreys | 05 August 2020

Mollie Grainger tells Richard Humphreys about her new role as business manager for Liferaft Systems Australia and how the company plans to better serve passenger ship operators

Mollie Grainger discusses how the company plans to better serve passenger ship operators

Interior view: Wasaline’s Aurora Botnia

Interior view: Wasaline’s Aurora Botnia
By Jon Ingleton | 04 August 2020

Wasaline has set high expectations for its new ferry, billing it as the world’s most environmentally friendly vessel. Jon Ingleton asks Peter Ståhlberg for an insider’s perspective

Peter Ståhlberg discusses the ferry billed as the world’s most environmentally friendly vessel

Creating a world of underwater discovery

Creating a world of underwater discovery
By Rebecca Gibson | 30 July 2020

Ann Bada-Crema explains to Rebecca Gibson how Launch by Design Inc. helped Carnival Cruise Line to transform spaces for its youngest guests

Ann Bada-Crema explains how Launch by Design helped Carnival Cruise Line transform youth spaces

On the money for Royal Caribbean International

On the money for Royal Caribbean International
By Sam Ballard | 29 July 2020

Michael Goldner explains how he approaches the complex task of managing cruise revenues for Royal Caribbean International to Sam Ballard

Michael Goldner explains how he approaches the task of managing cruise revenues for the cruise line

Cost-effective and sustainable restoration for a sphinx

Cost-effective and sustainable restoration for a sphinx
By Richard Humphreys | 27 July 2020

Richard Waterworth talks to Richard Humphreys about Peninsula Contract Furnishings’ recent work aboard AIDAmar

Richard Waterworth discusses Peninsula Contract Furnishings’ recent work aboard AIDAmar

Developing art strategies for passenger ships

Developing art strategies for passenger ships
By Jon Ingleton | 24 July 2020

Jon Ingleton caught up with ArtLink’s Tal Danai at CSIE to learn about the two main approaches for curating artwork collections onboard passenger ships

ArtLink’s Tal Danai talks with Jon Ingleton about the two main approaches for curating artwork collections

How Celebrity Cruises is planning a revolution

How Celebrity Cruises is planning a revolution
By Alex Smith | 21 July 2020

Stephen Fryers tells Alex Smith how the Celebrity Revolution project is bringing the innovative design concepts of the Edge-class to the rest of the Celebrity Cruises fleet

Stephen Fryers discusses the innovations coming to the fleet with the Celebrity Revolution project

How commercial diving is being redefined

How commercial diving is being redefined
By Elly Yates-Roberts | 20 July 2020

Elly Yates-Roberts asks Harun Duzgoren how Subsea Global Solutions is evolving in an increasingly competitive industry and bringing added value to customers

Harun Duzgoren explains how Subsea Global Solutions is evolving in a competitive industry

Digital solutions to drive sustainable growth

Digital solutions to drive sustainable growth
By Sandra Speares | 13 July 2020

Torben Carlsen took over as chief executive of DFDS in 2019, having previously served as chief financial officer. Sandra Speares asks him about his new role and priorities

Sandra Speares asks Torben Carlsen of DFDS about the company’s priorities for the future

Cruise ship design legend: Giacomo Mortola

Cruise ship design legend: Giacomo Mortola
By Jon Ingleton | 09 July 2020

First appointed as a technical advisor for Sitmar Line in 1974, Giacomo Mortola opened GEM design studio in 1984 and has since become a cruise ship design icon. Jon Ingleton talks with him about his distinguished career

Jon Ingleton talks to GEM design studio Giacomo Mortola about his distinguished career

Making use of design psychology for ship interiors

Making use of design psychology for ship interiors
By Jacqui Griffiths | 07 July 2020

Expert interior designers tell Jacqui Griffiths how the core principles of design psychology help to influence mindset and movement onboard

Expert interior designers explain how the principles of design psychology influence mindset onboard

Modern sophistication fit for a Princess

Modern sophistication fit for a Princess
By Rebecca Gibson | 06 July 2020

Rebecca Gibson asks Studio DADO executives how they helped Princess Cruises set new design standards onboard Sky Princess, which debuted in October 2019

Studio DADO explain how they helped Princess Cruises set new standards onboard Sky Princess

How Regent Seven Seas Cruises is raising the bar

How Regent Seven Seas Cruises is raising the bar
By Allan Jordan | 03 July 2020

Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ Jason Montague talks with Allan Jordan about the efforts to elevate his line’s luxury offerings as it launches its newest ship

Jason Montague discusses the cruise line's efforts to elevate its offerings as it launches its new ship

Team building at Royal Caribbean group

Team building at Royal Caribbean group
By Jon Ingleton | 02 July 2020

Building innovative ships is a team effort. Jon Ingleton speaks with Paris Swann and Sascha Lang of the Royal Caribbean group about their collaborative approach

Paris Swann and Sascha Lang explain the cruise company’s collaborative approach to ship design

Developing the fuel for a sustainable future

Developing the fuel for a sustainable future
By Elly Yates-Roberts | 01 July 2020

Sustainability and environmentalism are changing the face of passenger shipping. Poul Woodall tells Elly-Yates-Roberts how DFDS and the wider industry are adapting

Poul Woodall of DFDS explains how passenger shipping is adapting to the shift to environmentalism

P&O Cruises Australia is designing an adventure

P&O Cruises Australia is designing an adventure
By Jon Ingleton | 29 June 2020

Jon Ingleton talked with P&O Cruises Australia’s Petra Ryberg at CSIE and found out how the company is preparing to welcome two new sister ships to its fleet

Petra Ryberg explains how the company is preparing to welcome two new sister ships

How MSC Cruises is solving the carbon conundrum

How MSC Cruises is solving the carbon conundrum
By Susan Parker | 24 June 2020

MSC Cruises is exploring a range of solutions when it comes to reducing its carbon footprint. Bud Darr tells Susan Parker about the brand’s innovative approach

Bud Darr discusses the cruise line’s approach to reducing its carbon footprint

Leading the way to a sustainable future

Leading the way to a sustainable future
By Rebecca Gibson | 19 June 2020

Rebecca Gibson asks what new goals Kitack Lim hopes to achieve during his next four years at the helm of International Maritime Organization

Kitack Lim outlines his goals for the next four years at the International Maritime Organization

How to reach 50 per cent carbon reduction by 2050

How to reach 50 per cent carbon reduction by 2050
Carnival Corporation
By Susan Parker | 10 June 2020

Finding a way towards a fully sustainable cruise industry involves exploring many different options and joining forces with others. Tom Strang shares Carnival Corporation’s plans with Susan Parker

Tom Strang shares Carnival Corporation’s plans for a more sustainable cruise industry

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