Take a closer look at cruise with Cruise Adviser’s in-depth features. Here, you will find reviews of itineraries and ships, investigations into industry trends and advice on how to sell cruises.


Cruise Adviser covers the entire cruise industry, from the smallest ships to the largest, expedition vessels to ultra-luxury yachts. It is published 10 times a year — monthly, with double issues in January and July. 


Uniquely aimed at front-line travel agents, two thirds of readers say the magazine has helped them make a sale. Click here to read the magazine or email info@cruise-adviser.com to request a print copy. Its sister magazine, Solus, is published twice a year.


Ports of call: Greece

From the crumbling Acropolis of Athens to the blue-tipped villas of Santorini
and the unspoiled beaches of Rhodes, Greece is a destination of enduring appeal. With 6,000 islands in total,…

In Focus: MSC Cruises

Sam Ballard profiles the company as it prepares to take a bigger slice of the UK cruise market with new ships, new staff and a new, more anglicised outlook…


Ports of call: Antarctica

Antarctica is the adventurer’s choice for adventure. The pristine wilderness of the White Continent, the planet’s coldest, driest and windiest region, makes it one of the most beguiling but…

P&O Britannia

InFocus: P&O Cruises

Jeannine Williamson profiles the line as it celebrates its 180th anniversary, making it the world’s oldest cruise company in operation and the UK’s biggest Its roots go back to…


In focus: Crystal

CEO Edie Rodriguez’s speech at the Clia River Convention made some waves, but there’s no denying that Crystal’s luxury innovations are leading the way When Edie Rodriguez speaks people…


Ports of Call: Italy

The first in our monthly destination-focused feature, Ports of Call is Italy. From exquisite cuisine to ancient history – not to mention many miles of coast –the country has style…


Stay in your comfort zone

Sam Ballard on how you can be adventurous without roughing it. As a travel agent curious about selling adventure cruises, have you ever attempted to pitch an expedition voyage…