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Elliot Gardner

Elliot is a features writer covering food, drink and packaging. You can reach him at elliot.gardner@globaldata.com.

All articles by Elliot Gardner

  1. Life at sea: the longest cruise journeys in the world

    The popularity of the ‘grand expedition’ genre of cruise is growing, and with the total number of passengers carried by…
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    13 Dec
  2. Shipbreaking Platform: fighting to stop boats being broken up on beaches

    Most ships have a lifespan of around 25 to 30 years, after which the vessel becomes difficult to run without…
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    5 Dec
  3. The fight for Doraleh: the legal battle over Djibouti’s port

    When the Government of Djibouti signed a 30-year concessions agreement with Dubai-based global port operator DP World back in 1999,…
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    15 Nov
  4. Lithium-ion batteries: a new safety issue for ships?

    There has been a rise in recent years in the number of hybrid and full-electric vessels in the maritime industry….
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    30 May
  5. Setting international standards for man overboard systems

    Since 2000, there have been 309 incidents of passengers or crew going overboard on cruise ships, with an average of…
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    29 May
  6. Market fresh: the challenge of local and responsibly sourcing on-board cruise ships

    Nowadays, people want to know where their food is coming from. Retailers and restauranteurs that go the extra mile are…
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    1 Mar
  7. Ocean Cay: the world’s biggest private cruise resort emerges

    Many of the world’s most popular cruise lines offer passengers exclusive access to their own branded private islands. The Bahamas…
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    21 May

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