Author: Jon Ingleton

Jon Ingleton is the executive editor of Cruise & Ferry Review, Cruise & Ferry Interiors, Cruise & Ferry Itinerary Planning and the other publications and electronic media within Tudor Rose’s Cruise & Ferry portfolio. Jon led the launch of the magazine in 1991 and became executive editor for a second time when Tudor Rose acquired the title in 2011.

An expert of interior outfitting for passenger shipping

An expert of interior outfitting for passenger shipping
RNDV Spectrum
By Jon Ingleton | 28 October 2020

Elžbieta Bortkevič of RNDV Spectrum discusses the services and knowledge the company provides

Fighting for the welfare of global seafarers

Fighting for the welfare of global seafarers
By Jon Ingleton | 22 October 2020

Jon Ingleton talks to Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry, president of the World Maritime University, the IMO’s apex institution for maritime and ocean education

Jon Ingleton talks to Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry, president of the World Maritime University

Creating evolutionary designs for luxury river vacations

Creating evolutionary designs for luxury river vacations
AmaWaterways
By Jon Ingleton | 21 October 2020

AmaWaterways is a globally admired luxury hospitality brand with an award-winning fleet of innovative river cruise ships. Jon Ingleton asks naval architect Lauren West about the newest additions

Jon Ingleton asks naval architect Lauren West about the newest additions to AmaWaterways’ fleet

A look at Rederij Doeksen's new sisters for the Wadden Sea

A look at Rederij Doeksen's new sisters for the Wadden Sea
By Jon Ingleton | 12 October 2020

The Nertherlands-based operator welcomed a new LNG catamaran in July. Jon Ingleton asks managing director Paul Melles about the latest asset

Jon Ingleton asks Paul Melles about the company’s new LNG catamaran

Sustained focus on domestic ferry safety

Sustained focus on domestic ferry safety
By Jon Ingleton | 07 October 2020

Tackling domestic ferry safety remains a top priority. Jon Ingleton talks with Heike Deggim, director of the maritime safety division at International Maritime Organization

Heike Deggim explains how the IMO is tackling domestic ferry safety

Interior View: Viking Line’s Viking Glory

Interior View: Viking Line’s Viking Glory
By Jon Ingleton | 02 October 2020

Jon Ingleton asks Michaela Lindström how Viking Line’s newest cruise ferry will provide passengers with a greener and more comfortable view of the world

 Michaela Lindström explains how Viking Line’s cruise ferry will provide a greener view of the world

Interior view: Dream Cruises’ Global Dream

Interior view: Dream Cruises’ Global Dream
By Jon Ingleton | 07 September 2020

Peter Foster, senior vice president of hotel operations and newbuild hotel design at Genting Cruise Lines, tells Jon Ingleton why Dream Cruises’ newest ship will wow guests

Peter Foster of Genting Cruise Lines tells Jon Ingleton why Dream Cruises’ newest ship will wow guests

Creating health and well-being through design

Creating health and well-being through design
By Jon Ingleton | 26 August 2020

Vacations inherently enhance health and well-being, but what role does interior design play in enriching the physical and emotional welfare of guests onboard cruise ships? Jon Ingleton asks executives from IFI

Titi Ogufere of IFI explains how interiors can become immersive sensory experiences

Designing authentic expedition adventures

Designing authentic expedition adventures
By Jon Ingleton | 17 August 2020

Our naturally adventurous spirit has propelled expedition cruising into the mainstream, but what constitutes a true expedition cruise ship? Jon Ingleton asks SunStone Ships’ Niels-Erik Lund

Jon Ingleton asks SunStone Ships’ Niels-Erik Lund what constitutes a true expedition cruise ship

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

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

Interior view: National Geographic Endurance

Interior view: National Geographic Endurance
By Jon Ingleton | 16 July 2020

Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic are partners in exploration, conservation and education. Jon Ingleton talks with Nikolaos Doulis about the latest addition to their fleet

Nikolaos Doulis discusses the latest addition to Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic’s fleet

The seven crucial elements of interior design

The seven crucial elements of interior design
By Jon Ingleton | 14 July 2020

Jon Ingleton asks experts to share their insights into the building blocks of design

Jon Ingleton asks experts to share their insights into the building blocks of design

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

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

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

Creating magical moments on the North Sea

Creating magical moments on the North Sea
By Jon Ingleton | 02 June 2020

North Sea ferry travel is changing and soon the journey will be more remarkable than the destination. Jon Ingleton had lunch with P&O Ferries’ Peter Hebblethwaite to find out how

P&O Ferries’ Peter Hebblethwaite explains to Jon Ingleton how North Sea ferry travel is changing

Interior furnishings: highlights for 2020

Interior furnishings: highlights for 2020
By Jon Ingleton | 15 April 2020

Jon Ingleton looks at some of the latest collections that will impress guests sailing on passenger ships

Jon Ingleton looks at some of the latest collections that will impress guests sailing on passenger ships

Designing cruise ship interiors the DADO way

Designing cruise ship interiors the DADO way
By Jon Ingleton | 13 April 2020

Within just three years, Studio DADO has become a leading force in cruise ship interior design. Jon Ingleton caught up with founding partner Greg Walton at CSIE to ask him about key aspects of the company’s success

Greg Walton explains the key aspects behind Studio DADO's success over the past three years

Creative design for comfortable compact living

Creative design for comfortable compact living
By Jon Ingleton | 06 April 2020

During a conversation at CSIE, YSA Design’s Derek Barkas explained to Jon Ingleton how and why crew quarters on passenger ships are evolving

Derek Barkas explains to Jon Ingleton how and why crew quarters on passenger ships are evolving

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