Michelle Winny

Michelle Winny

Deputy Editor, Seatrade Cruise News/Seatrade Cruise Review


Michelle Winny has over a decade of experience editing B2B industrial trade publications for the electronics design engineering community.

She has extensive experience of working across both print and digital platforms, reporting on trade events, interviewing top industry professionals and being engaged as an ambassador to build brands.

Michelle is used to attending both national and international events to gain the latest industry insight and to network with clients across a broad spectrum of industrial tech sectors.

Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ eight-night German Waterways voyage on Balmoral departed Port of Tyne April 21.

Aegean Odyssey will cruise the Norwegian fjords this summer with special guest, Sir Ranulph Fiennes on board.

The number of solo travellers taking cruises, across all age groups is on the increase, found independent research conducted by UK-based online travel agency Cruise 118.

Sustainability sparked a lot of attention at Seatrade Cruise Global this year. During a dedicated session, panelists discussed the impact of growth and the need to take active responsibility for greener practices.

Aurora has returned to service following a multi-million-pound refurbishment as P&O Cruises newest adult-only ship.

The number of cruise passengers visiting Britain continued to rise for an 11th consecutive year, according to figures recently released by Cruise Britain. Over the course of this period, passenger day calls have risen by a factor of 4.5 to reach 1.642m, including an increase of 16% over 2017.

MBNA Thames Clippers unveiled London Cruise & Yacht dedicated branding following its joint venture with Port of Tilbury.

ABB won a contract to supply its power and propulsion technology for Seabourn’s two expedition cruise ship newbuilds.

An independent study report commissioned by SEA\LNG and the Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel has revealed that greenhouse gas (GHG) reductions of up to 21% are achievable now from LNG as a marine fuel, compared with current oil-based marine fuels over the entire life cycle from well to wake.

The number of ocean cruises taken by the UK/Irish market last year passed 2m for the first time, hitting a record 2,009,000 in 2018, up 2% from 2017. UK/Ireland is only the second European market to have reached over 2m cruisers and the fourth globally.

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