International Cruise & Ferry Review magazine was first launched in the early 1990s and since then has become a trusted and reliable source for news on the passenger shipping industry. In 2011, the title was acquired by Tudor Rose, whose investments have built on the strong foundation, transforming the brand into the definitive resource for decision makers in the cruise and ferry industries.
International Cruise Ship Industry (ICSI) is a researched and up to date industry fortnightly news service, website portal and quarterly report. With a contact list (Expressed Permission and active subsrcibers) of over 600 cruise industry specialists actively working for owners, operators, and managers in the international cruise ship market along with senior executives and business owners, we can keep you up to date with the latest new ideas and concepts, and the people involved with innovation.
JLA Media is a communications agency focused on the global maritime and offshore energy industries. Its success has been built on its long-lasting and strategic partnerships with clients. Their team offers a unique blend of global maritime experience, strategic insight and new media knowhow.
The Maritime Executive delivers insight and analysis from the best writers in the industry. Each issue contains stunning photos and in-depth features you won't find anywhere else. Regular Features Include: Executive Interview, Case Study, Global Spotlight, Executive Achievement, Washington Insider, and issue specific articles and interviews.
Passenger Ship Interior & Refurbishment Review it is a brand new supplement of Passenger Ship Technology. It examines the interiors business for both the cruise and ferry newbuild and refurbishment sectors. Editor Rebecca Moore speaks to shipyards, interior specialists, outfitters, refurbishment experts and the ship operators themselves to uncover the very latest developments and trends. Expect detail coverage on technology; energy efficiency; flooring, decking, ceilings, lighting, cabins and public areas, as well as lifts and elevators, galleys and much more.
Passenger Ship Technology it is written for the people who design, build, outfit, operate and maintain all types of passenger vessels. It provides unrivalled access to the most senior managers globally who are seeking independent and impartial comment on the challenges faced by leading passenger vessel owners and operators and the solution available to help them. Passenger Ship Technology has a strong heritage, beginning life over 17 years ago as Speed at Sea, before evolving into Ferry Technology and incorporating sister title The Cruise Ship in 2008.