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Editor’s letter

Navigating the route to recovery

Hello and welcome to the latest issue of Cruise Adviser. As is traditional for our January edition, we’ve asked leading figures in the cruise industry – including Tony Roberts at Princess Cruises and Lynn Narraway at Seabourn – to share their predictions for the future of the sector in our Where Next for Cruise? series.

Looking into the future is a more difficult task than ever before – you won’t be surprised to learn that last year’s predictions ended up being, er, a little wide of the mark. That said, for the first time since the virus truly took hold, the route to recovery is visible – we still have to navigate it, and choppy waters lie ahead, but there are many reasons to be optimistic, despite the current situation.

As well as comment pieces, we have Jane Archer’s How to Sell, this month focusing on selling during Wave, plus we’ve got all the latest news, incentives and offers. We’d love to hear your thoughts on the new edition and what you’d like to see more of, so please do email info@cruise-adviser.com. We hope you enjoy reading – and good luck selling.

Why we’ve gone digital

Over the summer of 2020, during lockdown, we dropped our print edition – and we’ve now made that move permanent. This is the third issue on a new interactive platform which will allow us to incorporate video, audio and animations into the design, creating a unique proposition. 

We believe that now is the right time to move away from print – with a fast-changing news cycle, the industry’s push towards more sustainable practices, the rise of remote working and busier-than-ever work schedules, a proper, thought-out digital magazine is the only sensible way to go. You can read more about our thinking here

Cruise Adviser exists to make your job easier, help you better understand cruises and, ultimately, sell more of them. Our reader surveys over the summer have helped us understand the challenges you face and the questions your customers are asking. This issue, and the ones that follow, will help you navigate these stormy waters – explaining the latest Foreign Office and travel corridor advice, safety protocols, testing breakthroughs, as well as covering the latest news, from ship launches to fam trips and incentives; features about the best new itineraries; comment; interviews; and analysis.

About

Get in touch

Cruise Adviser is the leading cruise publication for the travel trade. The award-winning magazine contains insightful comment, features, news and advice for those looking to sell cruise holidays. Uniquely aimed at frontline travel agents, two thirds of readers say the magazine has helped them make a sale.

Cruise Adviser is published monthly, and is out on the second Wednesday of the month

To view our 2021 media kit and forward features list, please click hereCruise Adviser is created by Waterfront Publishing. See waterfront-publishing.com for more details.


Contacts

Editorial
Anthony Pearce, director
anthony@waterfront-publishing.com

Advertising and partnerships
Sam Ballard, director
sam@waterfront-publishing.com

Bryan Johnson, senior sales manger
bryan@waterfront-publishing.com
020 3865 9338
07532 709 734

Cruise Adviser
Hop Exchange,
Southwark Street,
London,  SE1 1TY

020 3865 9360
info@cruise-adviser.com

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When you think of sailing the paradise waters of the Caribbean or the azure seas of the Mediterranean, what springs to mind? Beautiful food, great company and the chance to wander around the charming streets of a Greek village – or grab a beer at a beach bar in some far-flung corner of the West Indies? Few cruise lines can compete with Windstar when it comes to avoiding the crowds in these cruise hotspots. The company operates six small ships that exemplify a relaxed, personal service – that call at ports too small for bigger ships. Whether that’s on board the company’s 342-guest flagship, Wind Surf, the world’s largest sailing ship; or the 312-guest Star Legend, a ship that was built for ultra-luxury clients and is currently undergoing a massive renovation as part of the $250 million Star Plus programme.

While all of Windstar’s ships have their own characters, they all share one common theme: they are small ships operating in a market where vessels are only getting bigger. The diminutive proportions mean that Windstar can carry its guests to the remote destinations that won’t accept bigger vessels. Destinations such as Tahiti, where in 2022 Star Breeze will call at Mo’orea, Raiatea and Tahaa – beautiful French Polynesian islands that lie dotted across the Pacific Ocean. Guests will learn about local cultures, eat incredible seafood and use the ship’s water sports platform to swim, kayak or even water ski.

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In the Mediterranean – a region full of famous destinations – Windstar manages to marry the major hubs, like Barcelona and Athens (perfect for connectivity out of the UK) with less visited towns like Messina, Argostoli and Delphi – and a cruise down the narrow Corinth Canal. An example of the intimate shore excursions offered include a trip to the Robola Winery in Kefalonia where you can sample the local drop and visit Kourkoumelata, a village that was destroyed by an earthquake in 1953 and then rebuilt by a wealthy local – entirely in neo-classical style.

To attain perfection is a never ending task but Windstar has made massive investments in its fleet with the Star Plus initiative. The company will spend $250 million on three of its ships – Star Breeze, Star Legend and Star Pride – to offer more comfort in-suite and more delight on deck. This is no normal renovation – it involves ships being cut in half and extended, upgrading engines to make them more environmentally-friendly and adding new dining venues that suit their salubrious surroundings. The Star Plus programme is one of the most complex ship projects ever undertaken – and will be completed in summer 2021.

There is no doubt that 2020 has been one of the most challenging years our industry has ever faced. However, as we look to the future, it’s important to remember that we will sail again. And, if your clients want to experience small ship sailing, in a luxurious but informal setting, then there are few companies more equipped to host them than Windstar.

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About

Cruise Adviser magazine

Cruise Adviser is the leading cruise publication for the travel trade. Uniquely aimed at front-line travel agents, two thirds of readers say the magazine has helped them make a sale.

The multi-award-winning magazine covers the entire cruise industry, from the smallest ships to the largest, expedition vessels to ultra-luxury yachts, in an unbiased and informative way. Each issue contains all the latest cruise news, including ship launches, fam trips, incentives and new hires, with features written by the best travel writers in the country. Designed in a clean, elegant style, and packed with intelligent, thought-provoking journalism, Cruise Adviser is a trade publication with the ethos of a consumer magazine. Cruise Adviser covers cruise lines that it deems relevant and newsworthy, regardless of whether or not they advertise. It is the only trade magazine to include a comprehensive and free directory section.

In November 2020, Cruise Adviser will relaunch in a new interactive, digital-only format. You can see a prototype of the new-look magazine here and read more about our reasons for going digital only here.

Cruise Adviser is published 12 times a year on the second Wednesday of the month.

The Cruise Digest

The Cruise Digest, Cruise Adviser’s weekly newsletter that surveys the state-of-play in the cruise industry, is out each Wednesday. If you have not signed up to the receive Cruise Adviser and The Cruise Digest, please do so here.

Video

Cruise Adviser recently launched two video series: ship tours produced in association with bloggers Ben & David and Cruise Adviser Conversations, which features interviews with leading industry people. The new format of Cruise Adviser will allow for more video content, both in editorial and promotions.

The Cruise 20 awards

In 2019, Cruise Adviser launched The Cruise 20 awards, in which readers are asked to vote for their favourite cruise lines in 20 categories, from best pizza to best agent awards. The categories are:

Best overall (Ocean)
Best overall (River)
Best kids’ club
Best spa
Best fast-food restaurant
Best steak
Best pizza
Best for vegetarians and vegans
Best wine list
Best ex-UK specialist
Best expedition line
Most environmentally friendly
Best UK-based ship
Best interior design
Best water park
Best on-ship gadget
Best crew
Best agent awards programme
Best for family
Best celebrity tie-in

The next Cruise 20 award winners will be revealed in August 2021.

Events

In 2019, Cruise Adviser ran a series of events themed around different areas of the industry, including luxury and adventure cruise, as well as its Christmas Bash. Events planned for 2020 were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, but there are plans to host virtual and in-person events in 2021.


Recognition for Cruise Adviser

Trade Feature of the Year – Travel Media Awards 2017, 2018, 2019 (winner); Trade Feature of the Year — Clia Media Awards 2017 (winner); Trade Feature of the Year — Travel Media Awards 2017 (winner); Trade Publication of the Year — Travel Media Awards 2017, 2018, 2019 (nominated); Trade Feature Writer of the Year — Travel Media Awards 2019 (nominated) (Sam Ballard); Trade Feature Writer of the Year — Travel Media Awards 2017 (nominated) (Anthony Pearce).

Contact

Cruise Adviser is created by Waterfront Publishing. See waterfront-publishing.com for more details.


Contacts

Advertising and partnerships

Sam Ballard, director
sam@waterfront-publishing.com

Bryan Johnson, senior sales manger
bryan@waterfront-publishing.com
020 3865 9338
07532 709 734

Editorial
Anthony Pearce, director
anthony@waterfront-publishing.com

Cruise Adviser
Hop Exchange,
Southwark Street,
London,  SE1 1TY

020 3865 9360
info@cruise-adviser.com

Editor’s letter

Cruising into a digital future

Over the summer, during lockdown, we dropped our print edition – and we’ve now made that move permanent. This, the November issue of Cruise Adviser – which is also our 50th edition – is the first on a new interactive platform which will allow us to incorporate video, audio and animations into the design, creating a unique proposition. 

As we wrote last time, we published the first print edition of Cruise Adviser in December 2014, in what feels like a lifetime ago. Anyone who has listened to us waffle on about the merits of perfect binding and offset paper will know that print is a big part of who we are – so we’ve not taken this decision lightly. But now is the right time – with a fast-changing news cycle, the industry’s push towards more sustainable practices, the rise of remote working and busier-than-ever work schedules, a proper, thought-out digital magazine is the only sensible way to go. You can read more about our thinking here

Cruise Adviser exists to make your job easier, help you better understand cruises and, ultimately, sell more of them. Our reader surveys over the summer have helped us understand the challenges you face and the questions your customers are asking. This issue, and the ones that follow, will help you navigate these stormy waters – explaining the latest Foreign Office and travel corridor advice, safety protocols, testing breakthroughs, as well as covering the latest news, from ship launches to fam trips and incentives; features about the best new itineraries; comment; interviews; and analysis.

Although we are living through tough times – exacerbated by the new lockdown – there are reasons to be optimistic. With a new framework and commitment to testing, and the first ships – both big and small on ocean, and river – sailing again, we’re finally beginning to see what the future of cruise actually looks like. It will be a long, long time before things are back to ‘normal’, but we need to remain hopeful.

We’d love to hear your thoughts on the new edition and what more you’d like to see, so please do email info@cruise-adviser.com. We hope you enjoy reading – and good luck selling.

About

Get in touch

Cruise Adviser is the leading cruise publication for the travel trade. The award-winning magazine contains insightful comment, features, news and advice for those looking to sell cruise holidays. Uniquely aimed at front-line travel agents, two thirds of readers say the magazine has helped them make a sale.

Cruise Adviser is published monthly, and is out on the second Wednesday of the month

To view our 2021 media kit and forward features list, please click hereCruise Adviser is created by Waterfront Publishing. See waterfront-publishing.com for more details.


Contacts

Editorial
Anthony Pearce, director
anthony@waterfront-publishing.com

Advertising and partnerships
Sam Ballard, director
sam@waterfront-publishing.com

Bryan Johnson, senior sales manger
bryan@waterfront-publishing.com
020 3865 9338
07532 709 734

Cruise Adviser
Hop Exchange,
Southwark Street,
London,  SE1 1TY

020 3865 9360
info@cruise-adviser.com

Editor’s letter

Reasons to be cheerful

Hello and welcome to the latest issue of Cruise Adviser. The year, mercifully, is drawing to a close and the hope that the New Year carries is just around the corner. The chance to start anew is a promise that January always brings, but that clean break is needed more than ever before. All being well, the New Year will bring about the return to something like normal life with the substantial roll-out of a vaccine, the phasing out of lockdowns, pent-up demand delivering a strength-giving peaks and, in spring, the resumption of cruise.

It’s often difficult to be optimistic. Every time there is good news, bad news seems to follow. We often seem to be standing still or, worse, going backwards. But now we have a vaccine that is a reality rather than a pipe dream; Saga becoming the first cruise line to be awarded with a health accreditation by Lloyd’s Register for Covid-19 health assurance; and the government’s (admittedly vague) plan to consider cruise’s resumption.

You’ll find all this and more in our news section, alongside some great features, including an interview with Celebrity Cruises on their move to an all-inclusive product and a chat with the Port of Seattle about the future of cruise in the US. This issue also is an ex-UK special, with Fred Olsen providing comment on the future of the sector; Jane Archer’s How to Sell focusing on the best 2021 cruises; and Anthony Pearce on why it’s such a good holiday choice.

We’d love to hear your thoughts on the new edition and what more you’d like to see, so please do email info@cruise-adviser.com. We hope you enjoy reading – and good luck selling.

Why we’ve gone digital

Over the summer, during lockdown, we dropped our print edition – and we’ve now made that move permanent. This is the second issue on a new interactive platform which will allow us to incorporate video, audio and animations into the design, creating a unique proposition. 

We believe that now is the right time to move away from print – with a fast-changing news cycle, the industry’s push towards more sustainable practices, the rise of remote working and busier-than-ever work schedules, a proper, thought-out digital magazine is the only sensible way to go. You can read more about our thinking here

Cruise Adviser exists to make your job easier, help you better understand cruises and, ultimately, sell more of them. Our reader surveys over the summer have helped us understand the challenges you face and the questions your customers are asking. This issue, and the ones that follow, will help you navigate these stormy waters – explaining the latest Foreign Office and travel corridor advice, safety protocols, testing breakthroughs, as well as covering the latest news, from ship launches to fam trips and incentives; features about the best new itineraries; comment; interviews; and analysis.

About

Get in touch

Cruise Adviser is the leading cruise publication for the travel trade. The award-winning magazine contains insightful comment, features, news and advice for those looking to sell cruise holidays. Uniquely aimed at front-line travel agents, two thirds of readers say the magazine has helped them make a sale.

Cruise Adviser is published monthly, and is out on the second Wednesday of the month

To view our 2021 media kit and forward features list, please click hereCruise Adviser is created by Waterfront Publishing. See waterfront-publishing.com for more details.


Contacts

Editorial
Anthony Pearce, director
anthony@waterfront-publishing.com

Advertising and partnerships
Sam Ballard, director
sam@waterfront-publishing.com

Bryan Johnson, senior sales manger
bryan@waterfront-publishing.com
020 3865 9338
07532 709 734

Cruise Adviser
Hop Exchange,
Southwark Street,
London,  SE1 1TY

020 3865 9360
info@cruise-adviser.com

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The British Isles is full of destinations that conjure up images of a storied maritime history, pretty seaside towns and close-knit communities. Throw in exceptional wildlife – and the odd eerie evacuated island – and you can see why tours here are so popular. There is no better way to do it than by sea.

Poseidon Expeditions offers an incredible 13-day Legendary History and Wild Nature cruise on board the intimate Sea Spirit that visits the highlights of Ireland as well as all four countries of the United Kingdom in one voyage. The ship has room for just 114 guests, who are looked after by 72 crew and 14 expedition team members, a ratio which rivals the most luxurious ships.

Sea Spirit is nimble enough to reach the castles, abbeys and villages that are scattered along the coastlines of the United Kingdom and Ireland, but, while the ship is small, it still packs a punch. There is a gym, library, lounge, outdoor bistro and main restaurant.

Sea Spirit has an open bridge policy for guests who want to know more about that side of the operation. For the British Isles sailing – which is part of the ship’s annual relocation from Antarctica up to the Arctic – Sea Spirit leaves Plymouth on May 10 arriving at its destination on May 22, 2021 (or from May 8 to May 20, 2022 from Portsmouth to Edinburgh).

Here are some of the highlights of what to expect on the trip:

Exotic gardens
In the subtropical Scilly Isles, just off the Cornish coast, guests will visit the magnificent Tresco Abbey Garden, with its collection of more than 20,000 exotic plants. The garden is also home to the Valhalla Museum, with its collection of figureheads salvaged from nearby shipwrecks.

Enchanting birdlife
The must-see birding destinations of Saltee, Rathlin and Staffa islands, the Isle of Mull and Fair Isle are a hopeful addition to the itinerary (weather permitting). One of the most special places is the famed Bass Rock – an uninhabited island in the outer part of the Firth of Forth in the east of Scotland. This bastion of volcanic rock, also known as “the Bass”, plays host to over 150,000 northern gannets in the breeding season, making it the world’s largest colony of these magnificent birds. The voyage is perfectly timed to coincide with this amazing spectacle, as well as the breeding and migration season for over 100 other bird species. While in the Outer Hebrides the ship will also visit St Kilda – a remote island that was inhabited for thousands of years by hardy islanders. That was until after World War One when the realities of the modern world – and a dwindling population – began to close in. The last inhabitants asked to be evacuated from the island and it has been uninhabited ever since.

Mountain magic
Sea Spirit calls at Llandudno in North Wales, allowing guests to witness one of the country’s most dramatic landscapes – the mountains of Snowdonia. The call includes a visit to Betws-y-Coed in the Conwy valley, perfect for walking past waterfalls and woodlands in one of the most verdant corners of the British Isles. Giant steps The Giant’s Causeway in County Antrim is one of the world’s natural wonders, made up of 40,000 hexagonal basalt columns of different heights that gradually descend into the sea like a staircase. According to Gaelic legend, it is the remains of a causeway to Scotland built by the Irish giant Ffion mac Cumhaill after he was challenged to a fight by his Scottish counterpart Benandonner.

Curious caves
During the visit to the Inner Hebrides the ship will call at the uninhabited island of Staffa (weather permitting), allowing guests to explore Fingal’s Cave. Here, the sea and basalt columns work together to create an eerie melody, which was the inspiration for Felix Mendelssohn’s Hebrides Overture. Guests will also get to explore the neighbouring island of Iona, where the ancient Iona Abbey was founded in 563AD, making it one of the oldest Christian religious centres in western Europe.

Ancient wonders
In Orkney, guests will be able to visit the Neolithic village of Skara Brae – the best preserved ancient settlement in western Europe, dating from 3180BC and forming part of the Heart of Neolithic Orkney Unesco World Heritage Site. There are so many incredible sights around the British Isles that it would be impossible to see them all in one trip – a cruise is the only way you can come even close. The rate includes all scheduled landings and excursions, so guests can relax and allow an expedition team of ornithologists, naturalists and regional experts – led by historian and award-winning author Dr Huw Lewis-Jones – to show them the wonders of the British Isles.

For further information, please email sales@poseidonexpeditions.com, call on 020 3808 7787, or check out poseidonexpeditions.com

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The new super yacht Emerald Azzurra, the first ocean-going vessel from Emerald Cruises, has floated out at the Halong Shipbuilding Company in Vietnam.

It will set sail on January 28, 2022 on the eight-day Best of the Red Sea itinerary. The cruise starts from £3,625 per person for an oceanview stateroom.

Glen Moroney, founder and chairman of The Scenic Group, said: “We are incredibly excited to see Emerald Azzurra successfully enter the water as the next stage of her build, the completion of the interior, commences. Once again Emerald Cruises is looking to the future and building a game-changing vessel at a time when small-ship experiences are gaining in popularity. We can’t wait for past river cruise guests and new customers alike to join us on board our very own ocean-going yacht in 2022.”

Schedule

Cruise Adviser is now published 12 times a year on the second Wednesday of the month. In 2021, Cruise Adviser will publish several themed issues, each containing features concerned with a particular sector of the cruise industry, alongside all our regular news, comment and analysis from the month.

2021 schedule
January 13 (Wave special)
February 10
March 10 (River special)
April 14
May 12 (Family special)
June 9 (Luxury special)
July 14
August 11 (Cruise 20 Awards)
September 8 (Caribbean special)
October 13 (Adventure special)
November 10
December 8

Content

As well as long-form features, each Cruise Adviser contains a series of regular features. These are:

News
The latest ship launches, fam trips, new hires, incentives and industry news

Suspensions list
While the coronavirus pandemic continues, we’ll publish and update our comprehensive list of suspension dates and cancellation policies

Comment
Expert opinion from cruise lines, travel agents, operators and associations

Interviews
Questions put to the cruise lines, associations and operators

Video
The latest in the Cruise Adviser Conversation series; ship tours produced in association with bloggers Ben & David; plus, any other videos from the world of cruise that catch our eye

How to Sell
Cruise expert Jane Archer’s selling tips, each month providing nine example cruises from different areas of the industry

Directory
Our comprehensive directory of cruise line trade support, updated each month

Statistics

Cruise Adviser’s distribution has been built over seven years, through individual sign-ups and partnerships with traditional high street agents, such as Tui, Hays Travel, Barrhead and Trailfinders; consortia such as Advantage and Midlands Co-operative; and homeworkers such as GoCruise, Cruise118 and cruise.co.uk. It is aimed at front-line travel agents – those selling the cruises.

Cruise-adviser.com, on which Cruise Adviser magazine is hosed, is visited by an average of 18,000 unique users a month. It ranks highly on Google News and, through a partnership with Widgety, appears on the intranets of every major travel agency group. Links to the magazines appear on the Clia website.

Cruise Adviser is also distributed to a database of 3,400 UK travel agents, as is the weekly Cruise Digest newsletter. Branch email addresses are usually opened by several members of staff, giving a far higher readership.


“It’s up to date with the latest news — that’s why we always read it. Then we pass news on to our clients. It’s a great tool.”

— Steve Brooks, Glenfield Travel

Profile

I think it is excellent — a great read for anyone in the cruise industry. I share the magazines with new members of staff as I feel it lets them understand and appreciate how varied cruise is.”

– Linda Cunningham, Scotland’s Cruise Centre



64% of readers say Cruise Adviser has helped them make a sale
90% of readers sell a cruise in an average month

The top 500

Cruise Adviser surveyed the top 500 of its most engaged readers. These readers are those who have most frequently communicated with the Cruise Adviser team, entered competitions and attended Cruise Adviser events.

The survey found that:
83 per cent of readers regularly complete training modules
69 per cent regularly attend industry events
86 per cent of readers are members of cruise line reward clubs – 61 per cent are members of three or more
93 per cent have sold a cruise in the last month – and 27 per cent have sold more than 11 cruises in that time
In an average month, 62 per cent sell a luxury cruise
57 per cent sell an ex-UK cruise
43 per cent sell a river cruise
29 per cent sell a family cruise
10 per cent sell an expedition cruise
14 per cent sell cruise on a small ship

Combined, these readers have sold cruises on 42 different cruise lines

Gold Club

In 2021, Cruise Adviser will launch its first members’ club – the Cruise Adviser Gold Club. Cruise Adviser Gold Members will form part of an elite group of agents who are experts in cruise.

The top four per cent of our most engaged readers, these agents will have access to exclusive Cruise Adviser events and prizes – and will also help shape the editorial direction of the magazine.

Members will sell, on average, more than 10 cruises a month, regularly complete training modules, attend industry get-togethers and fam trips, and be part of several cruise line reward schemes.

As Cruise Adviser Gold Members, these agents will experience the following benefits:

1. Entry into prize draws for vouchers and cash prizes
2. Guaranteed fam trip places on one of three possible trips each year
3. Invites to twice-a-year Cruise Adviser supper clubs
4. Invites to all Cruise Adviser events
5. Cruise Adviser Gold Member badge for use in email signatures and other marketing

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You can win one of 10 £50 Amazon vouchers with the Port of Seattle and Visit Seattle. Simply watch the full training video and answer the questions on the next page to win.

Terms and Conditions
Ten x £50 Amazon vouchers to be won (one per winner)
All correct entries will be entered into a prize draw to decide the ten winners
No correspondence will be entered into
Prizes are not exchangeable or refundable and there is no cash alternative
Email address will be required as the Amazon voucher will be email to each winner
The judges’ decision is final. You must be a travel agent to enter
Prize winners will be informed of their win by 31 January 2021.

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