Cruise Guide 2018: The new golden age

Just as it was in the early 20th century, cruise has once again become fashionable. Sam Ballard explains how perceptions were changed A couple of months ago, the V&A Museum in London held an exhibition…

Cruise has broken the glass ceiling

Andy Harmer, CLIA senior vice-president membership, and director CLIA UK & Ireland Cruising has broken through the glass ceiling, it’s no longer a specialist holiday, it’s moving into becoming a mainstream holiday choice. However, there…

Cruise Guide 2018: Go with the flow

River cruises are growing in popularity and shedding their sedentary image. Jane Archer profiles four waterways popular with British holidaymakers The Saône rises in France, meets the Rhône at Lyon and together they flow south,…

Cruise Guide 2018: Innovation in cruise

From go-karts to wearable gizmos, cruise is one of the most innovative travel sectors. Sam Ballard looks at some of the latest developments For an industry that is traditionally seen as catering for a much…