New Report Forecasts Safe, Sustainable Cruising in 2021

by mmckeon
    Lindblad's National Geographic Venture expedition cruises

    Despite a challenging year for the cruise industry in 2020, new research from Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) reveals resiliency and optimism on the horizon. The 2021 State of the Cruise Industry Outlook report highlights the extraordinary steps the industry took to develop and implement enhanced public health protocols while continuing to focus on sustainability, […]

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    Journey to Sustainability: An Interview with Joyce Landry

    by mmckeon

      During the early months of the pandemic shutdown and “no sail” orders, Landry & Kling saw an opportunity to become a catalyst for positive change. We wanted to address another pressing issue – the cruise industry’s growing role in protecting our oceans, preserving our environment, and promoting sustainable practices both onboard and ashore. In May […]

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      The Landry & Kling Team is Giving Back

      by Joyce Landry

        As we move forward through the pandemic and into the “new normal” this holiday season, many of us feel inspired to support our communities and help those in need. Giving back has always been a fundamental component of Landry & Kling’s company’s culture. We believe that in order to change the world, you must lead […]

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        Spotlight on Cruise Sustainability, Post-Covid

        by Joyce Landry
          sustainable cruising protecting the oceans

          The cruise industry is committed to reducing its carbon footprint through innovative green initiatives and state-of-the-art technology. But while sustainable cruising has been in the spotlight for several years, attention has now shifted to advanced health protocols as ships prepare to set sail safely in a post-Covid world. How can we ensure that their hard […]

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          Cruising to the Forefront of Sustainability

          by Joyce Landry

            Due to the pandemic, the world that we once knew has made a 180-degree shift and many are suffering. But here at Landry & Kling Global Cruise Services, we choose not to dwell on the negative but focus on finding opportunities in our industry for positive change.  Early on, as cruise lines began to comply […]

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            Hurricane Disaster Relief Ships Can Help!

            by Joyce Landry
              Floatel used for workforce housing

              Hurricane Disaster Relief Ships Provide Safe, Secure Housing The official hurricane season for the Atlantic Basin (the Atlantic Ocean, the Caribbean Sea, and the Gulf of Mexico) is from June 1st to November 30th, peaking from late August through September. However, deadly hurricanes can occur anytime during hurricane season. Post-hurricane, cruise ships and other marine […]

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              Small Ships & River Vessel Charters: Easing Back to Cruising

              by Joyce Landry

                The world has changed due to the pandemic and most of our travel plans have been put on hold. But if you’re still dreaming of exploring beautiful destinations (and seriously, who isn’t?), it’s time to begin planning your healthy travel on a reimagined cruise. Beautiful small ships are ready to sail the world’s oceans and […]

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                Landry & King facilitating cruise ship charters for coronavirus relief

                by Joyce Landry

                  During the coronavirus pandemic, Landry & Kling Global Cruise Events is joining forces with cruise line partners to deliver ships as floating medical centers to increase land-based hospital bed capacity. Ships around the world can provide more hospital beds Our company is currently working with several nations outside the USA that are at capacity with […]

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