BC Shipping News – Volume 8, Issue 3
Focus on Cruise
Industry Insight: Energizing the industry…Mary-Ann Isinger, President, Cruise Industry Association of B.C…As Manager, Port Operations, Holland America Group, Isinger is well-suited to reinvigorate support for suppliers to B.C.’s cruise industry.
B.C. Cruise Update: Excitement builds for the 2018 season…With 2018 set to be a record year for B.C.’s West Coast cruise season, the buzz of anticipation is already underway.
2018 Cruise Schedule: Arrival and departure times for cruise ships visiting Nanaimo, Prince Rupert, Vancouver, Victoria and Seattle.
U.S. Cruise: U.S. Pacific Coast cruise outlook…by Darryl Anderson, Wave Point Consulting…Big ships, small vessels and port developments driving growth in the U.S. West Coast cruise sector.
International Cruise: On the leading edge of everything…by Captain Stephen Brown, West Pacific Marine…With cruise lines competing head to head for every guest and every dollar, the levels of design, innovation, hospitality and marketing are leaving most industries trailing in their wake.
Technology: Alfa Laval — the separation experts…BC Shipping News talks with Richard Thomas and Derek Gluschenko about the company that started with one single technology — the centrifugal separator — and turned it into one of the most recognized brands in the marine industry.
- History Lesson: In lieu of Lea Edgar’s regular column, BC Shipping News is proud to profile new Executive Director Dr. Joost Schokkenbroek and his plans for the Vancouver Maritime Museum.
- Legal Affairs: Farley Mowat’s story…by Glen Krueger, Bernard LLP