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Cruise & Ferry Magazine Spring-Summer 2013 Back Issue

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International Cruise and Ferry Review's March 2013 edition includes a keynote interview with Carnival Cruise Line's Gerry Cahill, while RCCL’s Brian Rice discusses the challenges and rewards of overseeing the company’s expanding business and HAL’s Stein Kruse talks about where the company is on its 140-year anniversary and what the next couple of years has in store.

Articles focusing on the ferry industry, feature operators outlining priorities for safeguarding their passengers and craft in the midst of intensifying regulatory pressures and new Hurtigruten director Daniel Skjeldam on future plans for the line.

In the cruise section, global suppliers share their thoughts on the issues surrounding ballast water management legislation, while on other topics we ask if technical advances in navigation have developed beyond the need for officers and how ports prioritise their resources to win and retain cruise visitors.
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Spring-Summer 2013 International Cruise and Ferry Review's March 2013 edition includes a keynote interview with Carnival Cruise Line's Gerry Cahill, while RCCL’s Brian Rice discusses the challenges and rewards of overseeing the company’s expanding business and HAL’s Stein Kruse talks about where the company is on its 140-year anniversary and what the next couple of years has in store. Articles focusing on the ferry industry, feature operators outlining priorities for safeguarding their passengers and craft in the midst of intensifying regulatory pressures and new Hurtigruten director Daniel Skjeldam on future plans for the line. In the cruise section, global suppliers share their thoughts on the issues surrounding ballast water management legislation, while on other topics we ask if technical advances in navigation have developed beyond the need for officers and how ports prioritise their resources to win and retain cruise visitors.


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International Cruise and Ferry Review's March 2013 edition includes a keynote interview with Carnival Cruise Line's Gerry Cahill, while RCCL’s Brian Rice discusses the challenges and rewards of overseeing the company’s expanding business and HAL’s Stein Kruse talks about where the company is on its 140-year anniversary and what the next couple of years has in store.

Articles focusing on the ferry industry, feature operators outlining priorities for safeguarding their passengers and craft in the midst of intensifying regulatory pressures and new Hurtigruten director Daniel Skjeldam on future plans for the line.

In the cruise section, global suppliers share their thoughts on the issues surrounding ballast water management legislation, while on other topics we ask if technical advances in navigation have developed beyond the need for officers and how ports prioritise their resources to win and retain cruise visitors.
read more read less
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