International Cruise & Ferry Review
THE GLOBAL GUIDE TO PASSENGER SHIPPING
The Spring/Summer 2019 issue of International Cruise & Ferry Review opens with an exclusive keynote with Carnival Corporation’s president and CEO Arnold Donald, who outlines how the company's nine cruise brands are creating moments of magic for guests. Meanwhile in our cover story, William Tatham discusses why the Port Authority of Jamaica is looking beyond the waterfront to delight future generations of cruise guests.
Our Cruise Business section starts with a ‘Beyond the Boardroom’ roundtable featuring executives from AmaWaterways, Celebrity Cruises and Tauck. Carnival Australia's Jan Swartz, CLIA UK & Ireland's Andy Harmer, Dream Cruises' Thatcher Brown, Holland America Group's Stein Kruse, TUI Cruises' Wybcke Meier are just a few of the cruise executives profiled in this issue.
Sponsored by Interferry, our Ferry Business section profiles executives such as Interferry’s Mike Corrigan, Clipper Navigation’s David Gudgel, Irish Ferries’ Andres Sheen and DFDS’s Niels Smedegaard. There’s also a sustainability-focused roundtable with perspectives from Shipshape Consulting, BC Ferries, Brittany Ferries, Red Funnel and Stena Line. Plus, a legal perspective on the impact of Brexit from HFW’s William MacLachlan and thought leadership on cabotage from industry expert Michael Grey.
Elsewhere in the magazine, we outline some of the latest updates from across the passenger shipping industry in our Marketwatch section, highlight new environmentally friendly technologies in our regular Green List, and provide updates on some of the biggest newbuild orders in our cruise and ferry order books.
Other features and reports explore everything from maritime communications, to port updates, creating the perfect dining experience , the latest products that are transforming interiors at sea , and how cruise lines, ports and destinations are working together to create unforgettable cruise itineraries.