Cruise & Ferry Itinerary Planning

THE ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO CRUISE ROUTES

2023

Itinerary Planning 2020

Executive Editor: Jon Ingleton
Editor: Alex Smith

The 2023 issue of Cruise and Ferry Itinerary Planning opens with a keynote interview with Christine Duffy, president of Carnival Cruise Line, who discusses the highlights of the company’s 50 years at sea and the destinations on its horizon. Meanwhile, our cover story sees us explore the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System to discover why this welcoming region is attracting the attention of the cruise world.

Cruise ports and destinations share their latest initiatives for more sustainable operations in our ‘Sailing towards greener horizons’ feature, and we ask Silversea Cruises, Ponant, and ports and destinations how they’ve rebounded from a challenging few years to welcome guests back with more compelling itineraries than ever before in our ‘Good times ahead’ feature. Also, executives from some of the largest cruise lines discuss the magic of the Caribbean, giving their insights on why the region continues to lead the way as the most popular cruise destination.

Elsewhere, our series of Maiden Season articles previews the itineraries for of some of the most anticipated new cruise ships for Carnival Cruise Line, MSC Cruises, Seabourn, and Viking. Cruise executives reveal the reasons behind their decisions when designing itineraries in our Planner Perspectives, while cruise associations share their priorities and the latest updates from their members in the Association Highlights section. Other highlights include reports and viewpoints from ports and destinations across the world, a Regional Spotlight that focuses on the appeal of cruise destinations in Northern Europe, and the latest news and developments in our Marketwatch section.

 

 

Magazine highlights

Five Great Lakes, one grand adventure

CFIP reports on the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System,which offers pristine natural beauty, exciting entertainment options and a Midwestern charm

Creating a sense of exclusivity

The boutique size of Scenic Group’s ocean ships enables it to deliver itineraries with unique destinations and authentic and luxurious onshore experiences, says Claudius Docekal

Caribbean magic

Executives from Norwegian Cruise Line,Royal Caribbean International and Carnival Cruise Line discuss why the Caribbean continues to lead the way as the world’s most popular cruise destination

Striving for a stronger future

Cruise lines and ports discuss how they have overcome Covid-19 challenges to create more compelling itineraries than ever before

Redefining expedition travel

Equipped with submersibles, sea kayaks and Zodiacs, Seabourn Pursuit will allow passengers the chance to explore remote locations and diverse wildlife

Market Watch

A collection of news from cruise lines, ports and destinations worldwide, as well as an update from Norwegian Cruise Line’s Gary Anslow on Norwegian Prima’s maiden season

Sailing towards greener horizons

Ports and destinations from around the world share their latest initiatives to deliver more sustainable operations

Taking the scenic route

Representatives from destinations and cruise lines offering itineraries in Northern Europe highlight the region’s charm and reveal how a shift to slow tourism is boosting its popularity

Digital Archive

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    2019

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    2018

  • International Cruise and Ferry Review - Spring 2017

    2017

  • International Cruise and Ferry Review - Autumn 2016

    2016

  • International Cruise and Ferry Review - Spring 2016

    2015