In the next issue of Future Cruise, we take a look at CocoCay - Royal Caribbean’s private island retreat in the Bahamas - which offers travellers everything from serene sandy beaches to a record-breaking water park.
After a Church of Scientology-owned cruise vessel was plagued by a measles outbreak in May, we ask whether cruise operators are prepared to combat disease on their vessels. We also examine the rise of third-party booking sites in cruise, and ask operator Quark Expeditions about their new Polar Promise sustainability initiative.
Finally, we find out more about the first on-board rollercoaster ever seen on a cruise ship, and conduct a poll of our office to find out what the younger generations want to see happen in the cruise industry before they set sail.
EDITOR Joe Baker
COMMISSIONING EDITOR Daniel Garrun
WRITERS Ross Davies, Elliot Gardner, Chris Lo, Frances Marcellin
MAGAZINE DESIGNER Paulius Zutautas
GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Anett Arc, Kate Cuntapay, Sara Basto, Marzia Del Gaone, Ashley Mcpherson, Tyrrell Lowe, Noemi Balint
LEAD DESIGNER John Hammond
PUBLISHER Susanne Hauner
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