The Cruise Industry News Quarterly Magazine Winter 2022-2023 edition has been released.
The 128-page edition covers a wide range of timely industry topics on a global basis.
A major theme of the issue is on drydockings and refurbishment work, and executives at leading cruise brands and shipyards involved provide insight into current and planned projects, including Royal Caribbean Group, MSC Cruises, Carnival Cruise Line, TUI Cruises, Azamara, Hurtigruten and Ponant.
Business models and return-to-profitability strategies are explored in exclusive coverage of Carnival Cruise Line, MSC Cruises, Norwegian Cruise Line and Virgin Voyages.
New ship features include the Carnival Celebration, MSC Seascape and Norwegian Prima, as well as Royal Caribbean’s Icon and Swan Hellenic’s Vega.
For food and beverage, Cruise Industry News has gone behind the scenes with Royal Caribbean, Carnival and Norwegian.
Destination coverage in the winter issue is concentrated around the growth stories of Baltimore, Port Everglades, Galveston, Miami, New York, Seattle and Vancouver in addition to the Great Lakes.
A presentation of the cruise fleet’s “green” ships is based on the current or planned use of LNG, fuel cells, batteries, hydrogen or methanol.
In ship operations, Cruise Industry News has talked to senior officers aboard the Allure of the Seas, Norwegian Prima and Carnival Celebration.