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Three years on from the worldwide lockdown, the cruise sector, is continuing its recovery from the pandemic. Royal Caribbean’s new ship, the Icon of the Seas, is a physical embodiment of this bounce back – being the largest cruise ship in the world. In this issue, we profile the new vessel.
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Elsewhere in the cruise sector, we also hear from a host of industry experts as they highlight the key industry themes that will define cruising in 2023, as well as looking at how a new set of challenges – namely a cost of living crisis – is impacting the luxury cruise market.
We also take a critical look at the UK’s National Shipbuilding Strategy, launched in 2017 as an attempt to revitalise a flagging industry in Great Britain. Recent statements from UK officials have highlighted the difficulties in building up the workforce required for the strategy. We dive into the matter.
As well as all of this, we speak to I-Tech about the importance of anti-fouling solutions in the maritime sector, look at three of the best hub locations to set up a logistics business, and highlight the ten most expensive maritime construction projects to break ground over the last year.
Peter Nilson, editor
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In this issue
Cruising into a new year: predicting the top 2023 cruise trends
Frances Marcellin looks at the key themes we can expect in 2023 as the cruise sector continues its post-pandemic rebound.
Why generating workforce for the FSS programme will be challenging
Around 1,000 new workers will need to be recruited at two UK shipyards in order to fulfil the build for the Fleet Solid Support programme, a challenge according to UK officials. Richard Thomas reports.
The 10 most expensive marine construction projects in 2022
2022 saw maritime construction projects continue at a steady rate when compared to the previous year, both in quantity and investment. Peter Nilson gives a rundown of the most expensive maritime construction projects to break ground last year.
From napkin to shipyard: meet the world’s largest cruise ship Icon of the Seas
Frances Marcellin profiles the Royal Caribbean’s new ship, Icon of the Seas, the largest cruise ship in the world.
How I-Tech’s antifouling solutions could shake up the maritime sector
Jasleen Mann speaks to I-Tech’s public relations director, Catherine Austin, about the importance of marine anti-fouling coatings in the maritime sector.
Luxury cruises in a cost of living crisis: in conversation with Panache Cruises
Frances Marcellin speaks to James Cole, founder and managing director of Panache Cruises, about how recent global events are impacting luxury cruises.
Which country is best for setting up a logistics business?
When considering the best country to set up a logistics business, Bahrain, Singapore and the Netherlands all have impressive stories to tell, as Tim Thomas explains.
Next issue preview
In the June issue, we’ll be turning our focus to the latest in propulsion technologies in shipping; as well as looking into the most pressing matters when it comes to conversion and repairs.
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