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The July 2021 cover of Cruise Adviser, featuring the city lights of Singapore – a key destination on a number of epic cruises

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Find out what's in the latest issue of Cruise Adviser

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Cover

The July 2021 cover of Cruise Adviser, featuring the city lights of Singapore – a key destination on a number of epic cruises

Cover

The July 2021 cover of Cruise Adviser, featuring the city lights of Singapore – a key destination on a number of epic cruises

In this issue

Find out what's in the latest issue of Cruise Adviser

In this issue

Find out what's in the latest issue of Cruise Adviser

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Editor’s letter

Plus, how to get in touch with the team

Seven European cruises to look forward to in 2022

Paid partnership: It may sound like a cliche, but Riviera Travel really does have a cruise for everyone.

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Editor’s letter

There’s never been a better time to think about luxury

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The British cruise line introduces new flagship, Bolette, and sister ship, Borealis to its ranks ready for a summer of staycations

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From private sundecks and freshly-prepared sushi to astrological cocktails and an acre of lawn at sea, a cruise is the best way to holiday in the UK

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Editor’s letter

Green list provokes more questions than answers

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A new era of boutique cruising begins this summer

Editor’s letter

And just like that, cruises are finally coming back

Editor’s letter

Back to the source as river cruise gets ready to return

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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

Design: The Studio
Sub-editing: Nathaniel Cramp

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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Editor’s letter

Sailing back to normality

Hello and welcome to the latest issue of Cruise Adviser. It’s been another important month on the road back to some sort of normality.

The Department for Transport has confirmed that it will allow cruise lines operating coastal cruises to operate at 50 per cent capacity – regardless of the total number of guests – upping it from a maximum of 1,000. The condition is that all guests must be double-vaccinated, prompting MSC Cruises to change its vaccination policy.

The Mediterranean line was the first to return, just as it was in 2020. It has since been joined by Viking and, more recently, P&O, Celebrity, Fred Olsen and Royal Caribbean. We continue to bring you all the latest news to help you keep track of this quickly changing landscape.

Our job isn’t just to provide news, but also to inspire you – and by extension your customers by reminding them what an incredible holiday cruise is. This month, we take a look at epic cruises – those from 20 to 100-plus nights – that take in destinations such as Singapore, French Polynesia and Australia.

Elsewhere, Jane Archer joins the newly refitted Celebrity Silhouette on a UK sailing, plus she also examines the best wellness options at sea in her How to Sell column – plus there’s plenty more. We hope you enjoy reading.

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

Design: The Studio
Sub-editing: Nathaniel Cramp

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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Seven European cruises to look forward to in 2022

From the shores of the British Isles to the Croatian coast, Morocco and more – Riviera Travel will take you there


It may sound like a cliché, but Riviera Travel really does have a cruise for everyone. Outstanding hand-crafted itineraries, authentic experiences with knowledgeable local experts and honest pricing have kept passengers coming back for 37 years. With a focus on quality not quantity, and with all cruises outside the UK including flights or Eurostar and transfers, every detail is thoughtfully planned so guests can relax and explore at their own pace.

Cruise the Danube and stay on in Prague
Gliding along the serene river Danube, this 11-day holiday includes seven nights onboard and three nights exploring Prague, the ‘city of a hundred spires’, staying in a centrally-located hotel. Includes 10 visits and guided tours in Vienna, Salzburg or Linz, Dürnstein, Budapest and Bratislava, plus Esztergom Basilica and Melk Abbey. See more here.

Live the high life on a yacht cruise
Does your idea of holiday heaven start with a coffee and croissant on a pristine sun deck, followed by a dip in crystal-clear water and a visit to a local market? Then a Croatian yacht cruise should be on your list. With just 40 guests and a four guest to one crew ratio, you’ll stop off at historic cities and stunning islands while taking in the captivating coastline. See more here.

Set sail on a classic tall ship
Looking for a traditional sailing experience? Tall ship cruises on the 222-passenger Royal Clipper combine maritime traditions of the past with contemporary creature comforts. Being at sea on a tall ship is the ultimate romantic experience, with billowing sails whisking you to your destination. This authentic voyage will bring you closer to the ocean, while exploring some of the most beautiful ports along the Mediterranean coastline. See more here.

Discover the best of the British Isles – new for 2022
Boasting a stunning itinerary, this cruise includes 10 nights on the 190-passenger World Voyager. Sailing from Portsmouth to Scottish and Irish cities, you’ll tour ancient castles and striking coastline – you’ll also visit charming port towns and hear tales of years gone by. The cruise concludes with a stop in the Scilly Isles, where your guide will take you on a fascinating walk. See more here.

Experience north Europe’s historic waterways
Like the sound of medieval towns, striking architecture and diverse culture? Then you’ll love this eight-day cruise from Amsterdam to vibrant Cologne. Your five-star ship with its homely accommodation will transport you to Rotterdam and Kinderdijk, Bruges and Ghent, Antwerp and Arnhem. You’ll also enjoy eight visits and tours, including a trip to Floriade Expo, Europe’s only recurring horticultural expo, which only takes place every 10 years. See more here.

Cruising Atlantic Europe – new for 2022
Sailing from British soil, this 11-day cruise on the intimate World Voyager takes in Guernsey’s golden coast, the verdant winelands of Bordeaux, Spain’s Basque Country and the vibrant Portuguese cities of Porto and Lisbon. With daily visits and tours, you’ll travel deeper in these destinations, exploring manor houses and gardens and visiting medieval palaces – there’s also optional wine and port tastings in Bordeaux and Porto. See more here.

Uncover the gems of Morocco, Madeira and the Canaries – new for 2022
Want to discover superb architecture, remote mountain villages and other-worldly landscapes? This sun-soaked 10-night World Voyager cruise features guided sightseeing tours of Casablanca, Funchal, the south of Gran Canaria and La Gomera. Accompanied by expert tour guides, you’ll enjoy the Madeiran culture and sample its local wine and explore the volcanic terrain of La Gomera. This voyage really is one not to miss. See more here.

 

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Editor’s letter

Welcome to the Cruise Adviser luxury special

What is luxury? According to Amanda Norey, head of marketing and distribution at Tradewind Voyages, it is “exceptional service and dining, elegant cabins with sea views plus every element of your voyage taken care of by a well-trained and welcoming crew”. If all these elements come together, she argues, all the customer needs to do is enjoy.

We asked a number of high-end cruise lines what they consider luxury to be. Each came back with a different answer, but the same signifiers featured across the board. There are many different elements, but we believe that the four pillars of the luxury experience are: elegant interiors, exclusive experiences, exceptional service and an abundance of space.

The Scandi modernism of Viking may be totally different to the grandeur of Regent, but the results are the same: guests enjoy their surroundings, feel relaxed and taken care of. In the age of Covid-19, that’s more important than ever. Truly, what is more luxurious than the ability to unwind fully?

Data released by cruise.co.uk found that demand for extended sailings had increased by 10 per cent this year compared to 2019. It revealed that clients are bookings voyages of three weeks and over to destinations across the world, often with hotel stays and tours either side of the sailing, allowing guests to make the most of their time away. We’re seeing this trend across travel – after a year or two without, customers are planning a special, all-out holiday next year or in 2023, often taking the whole family with them.

It means there’s never been a better time to think about luxury – which is why we’ve produced this special issue. In it, we round up the most exciting new ships, best luxurious experiences and fanciest suites  – plus, Jane Archer shares her walk-through guide. We hope you enjoy reading, and good luck selling.

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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

Design: The Studio
Sub-editing: Nathaniel Cramp

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 like you’ve never seen it before

 

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines introduces new flagship, Bolette, and sister ship, Borealis to its ranks ready for summer of immersive staycations


Setting sail again after the longest pause in the history of the cruise industry is reason enough to get excited, but to resume with not just one, but two new ships among the fleet makes for an even bigger milestone. And that’s exactly the case for Fred Olsen Cruise Lines, which introduces new flagship, Bolette, and sister ship, Borealis to its ranks this July.

Welcome Back

The new ships will offer a number of sailings as part of Fred Olsen’s Welcome Back programme this summer, designed to celebrate the very best of the British Isles and its spectacular scenery.

Borealis will be the first to set sail, with a three-night ‘no port’ Maiden Voyage departing Liverpool on July 5, followed by Bolette’s three-night Maiden Voyage from Dover on August 16.

Both ships will sail around the British Isles with no stops, taking in the stunning scenery of the Scilly Isles, the Scottish coast and landmarks such as Fingal’s Cave and Duart Castle. Then, later into July and August, itineraries will begin offering ports of call, to destinations such as Kirkwall and Lerwick.

Supporting marine conservation

Guests on board all ‘no port’ scenic sailings will also be joined by experts from marine wildlife charity ORCA. The charity’s team of Cruise Conservationists will spend their days out on deck, helping guests to spot, identify and record data about the marine wildlife they see, as well as holding lectures and Q&A sessions on board.

During the summer months, British waters bring opportunities to spot common Risso’s, and bottlenose dolphins, as well as harbour porpoises and minke whales, with rarer visitors including the humpback whale.

Adding those Fred Olsen touches

Bolette and Borealis bring a number of new facilities to the fleet, including grand, two-tiered restaurants and theatres, large spas, all-weather pools with retractable roofs and presentation theatres perfect for culinary demonstrations.

“We chose these ships because we knew they would fit seamlessly into the Fred Olsen fleet,” said head of sales, Geoff Ridgeon. “Each carrying less than 1,400 guests, they allow us to continue to offer the small ship experience for which we are renowned, while also allowing us to offer something new.

“Of course, we wanted to put our own stamp on them both, and the team on board have been working exceptionally hard on our refit programme since they joined the rest of the fleet in Rosyth last summer. New carpets have been laid, bathrooms have been replaced and wallpaper has been hung. We have even had part of the ship dedicated to upholstering and soft furnishings.

“We really can’t wait to welcome our guests on board so they can explore for themselves – new ships, new venues, new designs, but the same Fred Olsen experience that our guests know and love. And of course, they wouldn’t be Fred Olsen ships without our famous doodle carpets!”

Win a case of wine

Fred Olsen Cruise Lines is offering agents the chance to earn a free case of wine from Virgin Wines. To qualify, all agents need to do is make three bookings by June 30 for any 2021 departures, and register the bookings via the line’s online Travel Agent Centre.

“We know how challenging it has been for agents through the pandemic,” said Geoff Ridgeon. “This is our way of saying a little thank you for recommending Fred Olsen, and for all their support over the past 15 months and beyond.”

For more details on Fred Olsen Cruise Lines, the new ships or the incentive with Virgin Wines, visit fredolsencruises.com/agent

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A unique and luxurious twist on the staycation

From private sundecks and freshly-prepared sushi to astrological cocktails and an acre of lawn at sea, a Celebrity Cruises staycation sailing is the way to holiday in the UK post lockdown


A luxury cruise around Britain’s stunning coastline on Celebrity Silhouette is the perfect way for your guests to leave all of the troubles of the last year behind, sipping a G&T while looking out to sea.

With some staycation firms reporting up to 92 per cent of available dates already booked up for the summer months, a coastal cruise offers the perfect home-away-from home escape.

One of the great benefits of a holiday with Celebrity Cruises is that everything gets taken care of: beautiful accommodation, gourmet food, West End-style entertainment, speedy wi-fi and tips are all included in the price. It means your guests don’t have to worry about a thing – no hastily booked restaurants or nabbing the last car parking spot at the beach.

Guests will have the chance to explore the Jurassic Coastline from Portland, uncover the rich history of Belfast, plus immerse themselves in the creative and cultural hub of Liverpool – essentially multiple staycations in one luxury six-to-eight night trip.

What to expect on board

Onboard the ship itself, guests can indulge in some fantastic experiences such as the exclusive open-air hideaway, The Retreat. Available to suite guests only, this luxurious space features a private sundeck and lounge designed by award-winning British designer Kelly Hoppen CBE. In The Retreat, every tiny detail is taken care of – whether that’s being handed a fresh towel en route to the pool or a glass of perfectly chilled wine being brought to the table.

The Lawn Club  – a half-acre lawn of real grass at sea – is the first of its kind and designed exclusively with relaxation and enjoyment in mind. On a sunny day, it’s perfect for taking a picnic and wiling away the afternoon at sea. If guests are feeling competitive, they might opt for a game of boules or croquet, before kicking back with some live musical entertainment just as night falls.

Augmented reality luxury restaurant, Le Petit Chef  – where augmented reality meets luxury cuisine – is a feast for the senses. An animated 3D character appears right on your guest’s plate and prepares each course for a truly interactive, artistic evening.

Guests will find locally sourced and authentically prepared sushi in Sushi on Five – with a menu crafted by expert restaurateur and sushi chef, Yoshikazu “Yoshi” Okada, featuring the complex flavours of handmade sushi rolls and nigiri featuring tuna albacore, shrimp, eel and other fresh selections; and the simplicity of yellowtail, salmon and octopus sashimi.

There are unforgettable wellness experiences in The Persian Garden spa and fitness centre, where guests can indulge in some much deserved ‘me time’ with rejuvenating treatments and restorative massages. A peaceful oasis featuring a range of refreshing aquatic experiences, from billows of aromatic steam to tropical showers and heated loungers, guests will find pure-form yoga, guided meditation and innovative breathing classes are also onboard to help melt away the stress of the last year.

After a year without the joy and spectacle of live performance, guests can finally enjoy West End-style shows, musical masterpieces and dramatic delights that shock, inspire and enchant guests in the onboard theatre, while Zodiac cocktails based on your astrological sign in Sky Observation Lounge will make it a truly special night out.

Celebrity Silhouette will set sail from Southampton on Saturday, July 3, and embark on a series of six to eight-night itineraries around Britain’s coastline. Prices start from £999pp, based on two people sharing a Balcony stateroom, with drinks, wi-fi, tips and car parking in Southampton included for bookings made before June 30.

The health and safety of guests, crew and the places that Celebrity Silhouette will visit remains the first priority for Celebrity Cruises and only residents of England, Scotland, Wales, the Channel Islands and Northern Ireland are permitted to sail at this time. Guests aged 18 years and older must be fully vaccinated with all Covid-19 vaccine doses administered at least 14 days prior to sailing. All crew members onboard will be vaccinated. Vaccinated guests will also require proof of a negative PCR test taken 72 to 24 hours before the time of sailing. Guests under 18 years of age will need to take an antigen test, at the terminal prior to embarkation. The PCR and antigen tests required will be at the expense of Celebrity Cruises.

To learn more about Celebrity Cruises’ luxury summer staycation cruises, access further information on health and safety protocols or find out the latest Celebrity Rewards opportunities for Celebrity Silhouette bookings, please visit Celebrity’s dedicated trade partner platform, CelebrityCentral.co.uk

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Editor’s letter

Green shoots of recovery

The government has finally revealed its initial green list allowing the, albeit limited, resumption of international travel.

Outside the tourist hotspots of Iceland, Israel and Portugal, the list has provoked more questions than answers (although the answer to most is, ‘no, you can’t actually go there’). But it’s a start – even if the absence of regional or island-specific destinations suggests that the government hasn’t been listening to the travel industry over the past year. In fact, the irksome comments by Grant Shapps regarding travel agents being a thing of the past suggest the transport secretary doesn’t understand the travel industry full stop.

Still, any developments that allow travel to begin again are welcome. It’s hard to believe that, before the month is out, both international holidays and domestic cruises will have resumed. Among all the frustration, that alone is enough to make us smile.

In this issue, you will find all the latest news, incentives, new hires, plus our new directory of cruise line restarts, along with each line’s current regulations regarding vaccination, Covid-19 testing and the wearing of face masks.

We hope you enjoy reading – and good luck selling.

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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

Design: The Studio
Sub-editing: Nathaniel Cramp

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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Editor’s letter

Just like starting over

And just like that, cruises are finally coming back.

Cruise was the first industry to be impacted by the coronavirus pandemic back in February 2020 as the Diamond Princess was quarantined off the port of Yokohama – and it seemed like it would be the last sector of the travel industry to return. With the Foreign Office having taken the unusual step of advising against an entire holiday type (cruise, aside from river cruises) last summer, and the Global Travel Taskforce having only mentioned cruise briefly in its deliberations until now, it became more and more difficult to imagine Brits getting on board any time soon, even as Europeans briefly took to the waters.

But the success of the vaccination process led to the early announcement by Saga to make vaccinations a compulsory condition for guests sailing – and suddenly the idea of domestic cruises became a possibility. It’s now a reality. A raft of cruise lines – from Disney to Virgin – have announced plans to sail from the UK this summer, with the earliest beginning in May. And it’s not just the UK, with some Greece sailings also on the horizon.

For the first time in a long time we have some actual upcoming itineraries to tell you about. As our table of restart dates, our feature on UK coastal cruises and our news section demonstrates, it’s almost high time to return to the high seas. We hope you enjoy reading.

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

Design: The Studio
Sub-editing: Nathaniel Cramp

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

Back to the source

In summer last year, as the overwhelming majority of cruise ships sat offshore, empty of guests, river lines on the continent quietly began operating again. In July, amid increasing confusion created by changing advice from the Foreign Office, it was established that British holidaymakers could, in theory, take a river cruise – although few actually did.

As inland cruises were given the green light by French and German governments, various cruises lines – AmaWaterways, CroisiEurope and Nicko Cruises among them – welcomed guests back on board. At the time, Clia UK & Ireland director Andy Harmer spoke of a “gradual, phased-in approach to resumption of cruise operations across Europe, initially domestic and regional”.

Although, with the vaccine rollout, the landscape has changed – and British Isles cruises may now become the dominant form of cruise this summer – last year’s short river season has put the sector in good stead for a quick return. In this issue, we celebrate this relaxing but nevertheless exciting holiday choice, with expert tips from Jane Archer and Light Blue Travel MD Rupert Thomson and an interview with Paul Melinis of APT.

As ever, we have all the latest cruise news, incentives and offers, plus our comprehensive directory listings and our cancellations document – keeping you up to date with all the latest changes.

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 fifth issue on a new interactive platform which allows 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

Design: The Studio
Sub-editing: Nathaniel Cramp

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