Read September’s Seatrade Cruise Review
We are excited to invite you to read the digital edition of the September issue of the Seatrade Cruise Review.
Industry visionaries imagine the post pandemic seascape
Surviving the pandemic shutdown is a great triumph. But many challenges remain. It will take immense effort to get back to pre-COVID, unencumbered balance sheets. The supply chain is broken [read on]
Meet Barbara Muckerman – chief commercial officer at Silversea
When Royal Caribbean Group acquired Silversea, it gained talent like Barbara Muckermann who has ‘the potential to achieve whatever she desires,’ according to evp/cfo Jason Liberty [read on]
A review of new ships
The new LNG-powered Iona, with 5,200-guest capacity, is the largest cruise ship built serve the UK market. After inaugural season of coastal cruises starting in August, P&O Cruises’ newest vessel be sailing to Spain and the Canary Islands from September 2021 [read on]
Luxury expansion: a raft of new brands and new ships are on the wayNew luxury cruise brands are emerging, along with a bevy of luxurious ships, some taking exploration to a new level [read on]
Hidden gems: Expectations of ports grow, as appetite for lesser-known destinations intensifies
Cruise lines are seeking lesser-known destinations on an unprecedented scale and urging ports off the beaten track to step forward [read on]
SURVEYSShipmanager’s Survey: confidence is building
Shipmanagers foresee a more diverse cruise market emerging in 2022 as our survey of key managers shows. Hear from Julia Siebert, COLUMBIA blue; Dietmar Wertanzl, CMI Leisure; Per Bjornsen, V. Ships Leisure; Martin Springer, BSM Cruise Services & Olaf Groeger, Columbia Cruise Services.