Published in association with Interferry, the Ferry Business section of International Cruise & Ferry Review is packed with commentary, executive interviews, insights and articles specific to the ferry industry.

Ferry Business Spring/Summer 2021

The Ferry Business section of the Spring/Summer 2021 issue of International Cruise & Ferry Review is packed with executive interviews highlighting the ferry industry.

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Features include a commentary from Interferry CEO Mike Corrigan and a roundtable where Shipshape Consulting’s Simon Johnson asks executives from Brittany Ferries, DFDS and Stena Line about their new E-Flexer ferries. Other highlights include P&O Ferries’ Peter Hebblethwaite sharing his predictions for the ferry market, Abby Penlington discussing how Discover Ferries is promoting safe ferry travel and industry expert Michael Grey highlighting how ferry operators and ports are adapting to Covid-19 and Brexit.

Ferry Business Autumn/Winter 2020

The Ferry Business section of the Autumn/Winter 2020 issue of International Cruise & Ferry Review is packed with executive interviews.

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Features include Interferry CEO Mike Corrigan on “Leading post-pandemic change”, Interferry Regulatory Affairs Director Johan Roos’ Viewpoint article on the IMO & GHG issues and a “Staying Safe” roundtable with Simon Johnson of Shipshape Consulting and a panel of industry leaders.

There are also interviews with Isle of Man Steam Packet Company’s Mark Woodward, Paul Melles of Rederi Doeksen, Amy Scarton of Washington State Ferries, Red Funnel Group CEO Fran Collins, Kathryn Scollie of Pentland Ferries, CalMac Ferries Limited’s Robbie Drummond & David Sopta of Jadrolinija and Michael Grey’s commentary.

Ferry Business Spring/Summer 2020

The Ferry Business section of the Spring/Summer 2020 issue of International Cruise & Ferry Review is packed with executive interviews.

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The Ferry Business section includes a commentary from Interferry CEO Mike Corrigan and a roundtable on new environmental technologies with perspectives from Shipshape Consulting, Brittany Ferries, FlexIT, Stena RoRo and Wärtsilä. In addition, there are interviews with P&O Ferries’ Peter Hebblethwaite, Majestic Fast Ferry’s Max Tan, Spirit of Tasmania’s Bernard Dwyer, Archipelago Philippine Ferries Corporation’s Mary Ann Pastrana and many others.

Ferry Business Autumn/Winter 2019

The Ferry Business section of the Autumn/Winter 2019 issue of International Cruise & Ferry Review is packed with executive interviews.

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Sponsored by Interferry, our Ferry Business section includes an innovation-focused roundtable with perspectives from Shipshape Consulting, BC Ferries, Baleària and Tallink. Elsewhere in this section, Interferry’s Johan Roos discusses domestic ferry safety in developing nations, Virtu Ferries’ Francis Portelli champions the value of hard work, Freda Newton highlights the benefits of Loch Ness by Jacobite, industry expert Michael Grey explores how ferry operators can achieve carbon neutrality, and more.

Ferry Business Spring/Summer 2019

The Ferry Business section of the Spring/Summer 2019 issue of International Cruise & Ferry Review is packed with executive interviews.

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Ferry Business opens with a commentary from Interferry CEO Mike Corrigan who highlights the latest activities the association has embarked on to help the global ferry sector overcome key issues. Next up is a roundtable where director of Shipshape Consulting Simon Johnson asks the leaders of BC Ferries, Brittany Ferries, Red Funnel and Stena Line about their initiatives for reducing their environmental Impact.

Elsewhere, Niels Smedegaard tells us how preparing for a no-deal Brexit will help DFDS improve passenger services, while Andrew Sheen talks about Irish Ferries’ investments in new ships and routes. Dan Bridgett explains how Dufry is helping P&O Ferries with its comprehensive customer experience improvement strategy. Plus, David Gudgel shares the secrets behind Clipper Navigation’s success since it became the first to operate a high-speed catamaran in North America 32 years ago.

Closing this edition of Ferry Business, William MacLachlan from international law firm HFW offers a legal perspective on the impact of Brexit on UK- and Ireland-based ferry operators, and industry expert Michael Grey weighs up the pros and cons of cabotage.

Ferry Business Autumn/Winter 2018

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This edition of Ferry Business includes commentary from Interferry CEO Mike Corrigan on the association’s role in shaping safety and environmental regulations, as well as discussing Interferry’s  vibrant platform for knowledge exchange.

Next, Mike Grainger of Liferaft Systems Australia and TT-Line Spirit of Tasmania discusses the future of the ferry industry. Following that, Interferry Regulatory Affairs Director Johan Roos weighs in on how the ferry industry can sustainably address climate change in a realistic timeframe.

The executive roundtable “Leading by Example” features Mark Collins of BC Ferries, Max Tan of Majestic Fast Ferries and Sean Collins of MBNA Thames Clippers discussing ways they have improved their services.

Read these articles and much more in the Autumn/Winter 2018 Ferry Business.

Ferry Business Spring/Summer 2018

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This edition of Ferry Business opens with a commentary from Interferry CEO Mike Corrigan who explains how strength from unity is key to the trade association’s mounting influence. This is followed by an executive insight article where two leading operators share their sustainability strategies.

We also hear from German Orozco from Ultramar, who explains what is needed to help cruise guests make the most of their time in Mexico. Meanwhile, Christophe Mathieu tells us how Brittany Ferries is taking a bold step towards more sustainable travel. And Janette Bell discusses how she plans to take P&O Ferries forward.

Closing Ferry Business, industry expert Michael Grey explores how ferry lines, cruise operators and ports must work together to quell public concerns about the environmental, health and tourism aspects of large vessels.

Ferry Business Autumn/Winter 2017

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Interferry CEO Mike Corrigan opens with a commentary on the association’s Stronger Together strategy, which ties into the preview of the 42nd Annual Interferry Conference in Split, Croatia. 

“The Sustainable Transport Debate” highlights the sustainable strategies of Northern Europe-based operators Stena Group, Brittany Ferries and Tallink Grupp. 

Other articles include: Captain Jamie Marshall outlines BC Ferries’ expansion plans, Rikard Ternblom explains how Fjord Line plans to remain a serious player in Scandinavia’s cruise ferry sector, Andrew Sheen tells Justin Merrigan that Irish Ferries is prepared for a post-Brexit future, and Jans Hanses describes how Viking Line is reducing its environmental impact

There’s all that, and more, in the Autumn/Winter 2017 Ferry Business.