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Cruise International switches to digital

In response to the continuing crisis caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, Cruise International will temporarily pivot to a digital first product.

Cruise International switches to digital
Liz Jarvis: “We have every confidence that the cruise industry will be able to come through this difficult period.”

The magazine will do this using its website www.cruise-international.com and social media channels, says The Chelsea Magazine Company.

The April/May issue is available to purchase at newsstands and download and will remain on sale for the next two months. The April/May issue will be the last print edition for the time being, while the publisher focuses its energies on its digital and social media platforms.

Liz Jarvis, Editor of Cruise International said: “In the current climate, when so many passengers, cruise lines, travel agents and port workers are facing daily challenges and uncertainty it is right that we suspend the print publication of Cruise International while continuing to support travellers and the industry via our website.

“We have every confidence that the cruise industry will be able to come through this difficult period, and we will be right behind it every step of the way.

“Cruise International will continue to offer access to our incredible digital content via our website and we hope to be back in print as soon as sailings start again.”

At the same time, The Chelsea Magazine Company announced that the same digital pivot strategy will apply for Wedding Ideas magazine. The Spring issue will be the last print edition for the time being.