Cruise Technology: How It Could Look After COVID-19

Cruise Technology: How It Could Look After COVID-19

Speculations on the Future of Cruise Health and Safety As cruise lines prepare to reopen, we are starting to see some emerging technology trends that are being considered to reduce the risk of exposure to pathogens and reestablish guest and crew confidence in...
Software Design Methodology in Cruise

Software Design Methodology in Cruise

Designing and building anything that requires more than one person can be a challenge. The work becomes even more difficult once you add in real-world constraints, such as budgets, timelines, and ROI targets. The only way to responsibly build anything of consequence...
What Oscar Wilde can Teach You About Cruise Technology

What Oscar Wilde can Teach You About Cruise Technology

The first vessel built exclusively for luxury cruising launched in 1900. Oscar Wilde, the Irish poet and playwright, died that same year. So what could this sardonic 19th century writer have possibly noted during his lifetime that’s relevant to cruising and 21st...
The Future of Cruise Brands

The Future of Cruise Brands

Cruise passengers have a strong sense of brand loyalty. The variety and offerings of different cruise lines is diverse, and when guests find a brand they identify with, they will often stick with it. Most cruise lines offer loyalty programs, but these usually fall...
Progressive Web Apps for Cruise Lines (Part 1 of 2)

Progressive Web Apps for Cruise Lines (Part 1 of 2)

There is an ever-growing excitement building around progressive web applications (or PWAs) in almost every industry. In the first part of this article,  I’m going to give you a rough overview of what PWAs are, and what some of their pros and cons are. In the...