Anne Kalosh

Anne Kalosh

US editor of Seatrade Cruise Review and Seatrade Cruise News


Anne Kalosh is the US editor of Seatrade Cruise Review and Seatrade Cruise News. She covers global stories, reporting both breaking and in-depth news on cruising's significant people, places, ships and trends. A sought-after expert on cruising, she has moderated conferences around the world, including the high-profile State of the Industry panel at Seatrade Cruise Global. She created and led the acclaimed itinerary-planning case study for Seatrade's cruise master classes held at Cambridge and Oxford universities. She is the cruise columnist for AFAR.com, and her freelance stories have appeared in a wide range of publications, from The New York Times to The Miami Herald.

There's much more than meets the eye at Seabourn Encore's new alternative dining venue Sushi. Designed and decorated by Adam D. Tihany, the airy, intimate room located off the Atrium on Deck 8 provides a change of pace for lunch or dinner.

Princess Cruises plans its longest Japan season in 2018, with voyages from Yokohama (Tokyo) and Kobe that circumnavigate the country and calls at an array of new ports.

Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises and Azamara Club Cruises are changing the way they tally travel agent group sales to award tour conductor credits.

When the 1,041-foot Celebrity Equinox arrives in New Orleans for the finale of Mardi Gras, it will become the longest cruise ship to visit the port.

Arnold Donald, president and ceo of Carnival Corp. & plc, received compensation valued at nearly $9.9m in 2016, up from $9.4m the year before.

With the touch of a button, Hurtigruten ceo Daniel Skjeldam officially started the construction of Roald Amundsen, which the company touts as 'the greenest cruise ship the world has ever seen.'

While environmental matters will be part of numerous sessions, including the State of the Global Cruise Industry panel, two Seatrade Cruise Global panels focus in depth on this key subject.

A Guy's Burger Joint and a nautical-themed children's play area were among the additions to Carnival Sensation during its just-completed two-week drydock at Grand Bahama Shipyard.

Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises settled all claims related to alleged violations of the Alaska Marine Visible Emissions Standards that occurred over an earlier five-year period on certain ships.

Nearly 200 guests, including travel agents, got a taste of Martinique at the impressive French Embassy. Wearing feathered Carnival masks and straw hats, they sipped rum and Champagne cocktails and savored dishes prepared by two Martiniquais chefs, one known as 'Chef Hot Pants.'

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