Different strategies are detailed, from companies including MSC Cruises and Virgin Voyages to expedition and river cruise operators and private island destinations. Each has special challenges and successes.
Rudi Schreiner and Kristin Karst profiled
The issue also profiles dynamic duo Rudi Schreiner and Kristin Karst, who’ve propelled AmaWaterways into one of the leading river cruise operators using innovation and a relentless focus on personal service and maintaining consistent delivery while growing at a measured pace.
Other highlights of Seatrade Cruise Review’s September issue include in-depth reports on Germany and North Europe, the Mediterranean, Southeast Asia and North Asia, including a look at China’s shipyards.
The scrubber debate, new ships, port/destination reports
Further stories delve into the debate about scrubbers, how Carnival Corp. & plc is working to bolster environmental compliance, new ships Spirit of Discovery and Roald Amundsen, food and beverage trends and galley equipment.
Features examine new port development company Holistica and how Silversea in its 25th year is benefiting from synergies with new parent Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. The Caribbean, Gulf of Mexico, Baltic, UK and Ireland, Australasia, Canada/New England’s Cape Breton and the Indian Ocean and much more are covered in a 178-page edition.
Sample pages available to download
Seatrade Cruise Review will be in delegate packs at Seatrade Europe and is currently mailing to subscribers. Sample pages are available to download here.
Watch this space for reporting from the Seatrade Europe Cruise & River Cruise Convention, Sept. 11-13. Seatrade Cruise News is the official online publication for the event.