Smart companion

What MSC Bellissima’s new artificial intelligence companion can do for passengers

River cruise boom

We explore trending destinations and formats in the growing market for river cruises

Luxury redefined

A look inside Tillberg Design’s luxury suite for Regent’s Seven Seas Splendor

Art meets scandal

Art auctions on cruises are popular but have made headlines for all the wrong reasons

The QE2: a cruise to remember

To celebrate the 50th anniversary since the UK’s iconic Queen Elizabeth 2 first set sail, we outline the major highlights of the famous cruise liner

Viking Jupiter: out of this world

We stepped on board Viking Cruises’ latest to find out how it stacks up against other vessels in the operator’s expanding fleet

Will Virgin’s Scarlet Lady chart new territory?

Scheduled for launch in 2020, Scarlet Lady is set to break away from industry norms, says Virgin Voyages senior vice-president of hotel operations Frank Weber

Cruise survey: bringing younger generations aboard

The Future Cruise office takes to the polls to give their thoughts on how operators can boost their appeal to younger passengers

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Culinary cruising

A look behind the scenes of catering at Viking Cruises with Anthony Mauboussin

Sink or swim?

Will Titanic II ever be more than an Australian billionaire’s eccentric ambition?

Pollution on board

Another environmental report, another controversy for the cruise industry

Waste away

In better news, here are some great sustainability initiatives from cruise operators

The world’s first rollercoaster at sea

Fine dining and a swathe of entertainment options – including a rollercoaster – make Carnival’s Mardi Gras a hit.

 A new Polar sustainability strategy

Quark Expeditions aims to cut carbon emissions in the polar regions and introduce new outreach programmes in the Arctic.

Sickness at sea: responding to on-board outbreaks

Outbreaks of diseases such as norovirus can be devastating for cruise ships – how is the industry dealing with this challenge?

From cruise ship to artificial reef

Cruise liners are being sunk to form artificial reefs, prolonging their service life – but how is the process carried out?

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