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Expedition outlook, health safety, adapting entertainment and more

Just out, Seatrade Cruise Review's latest issue features an extensive expedition cruising outlook, health safety protocols update and how on-board entertainment is evolving in the new environment.

Available in digital and print versions, the issue also includes features on decarbonizing shipping, with assessments of various strategies.

Health safety

Peter Hult of Vikand Solutions discusses vaccination, the continued importance of testing and the company's terminal testing solution which is being readied to implement in European homeports. 

In the entertainment area, proposed approaches by experts including Susannah Daley of The PEEL Entertainment Group and Jeremy Doucette of RWS Entertainment Group include adaptating live performances through the use of technology.

Orderbook changes assessed

Niklas Carlen of Maritime Strategies International presents an expert commentary on the cruise orderbook and changes sparked by the pandemic.

In a special report, Tillberg Design chronicles the life and work of the late design legend and company founder Robert Tillberg.

Ports directory

Plus, the issue includes people news, a directory of major cruise ports with facilities and contact information across five main geographical areas and much more.

Winning photos

The expedition cover story is illustrated by the 10 finalists selected in Seatrade Cruise Virtual: Expedition Cruising's Photo Competition held in March.

To access the digital version, click here

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