Sunday 11 May 2008

Cruise Passenger Magazine Launches the Definitive Adventure Guide

Cruise Passenger Magazine Launches the Definitive Adventure Guide

Adventure and expedition cruising is the fastest growing area of the already burgeoning cruise market.

Australia's foremost cruising magazine, Cruise Passenger has recognised that this very special form of experiential travel now requires its own magazine – a specialist publication devoted to the unique needs of the ship and tour operators that clearly sets it apart from traditional large ship product.

Free with the Autumn issue of Cruise Passenger, on sale now, and also through D’Albora Marinas and Paddy Pallin outlets, the magazine was produced by the regular Cruise Passenger team headed by Edge Custom Media’s Deborah Dickson-Smith and Kayte Nunn, with the addition of Roderick Eime as guest editor.

A regular contributor to Cruise Passenger, Rod is a confirmed adventure cruiser, having travelled to the Antarctic and Arctic, Galapagos, Amazon, Melanesia, New Zealand and more – on board everything from motorised dugouts to icebreakers.

”True travellers are discovering adventure cruising in droves, making it one of the fastest growing sectors in the travel business," says Rod, "and it's about time adventure cruisers had their own magazine."

Readers will expand their horizons with new destinations and itineraries as well as investigate the new ships that will take them there.

From the frozen reaches of the North Pole to the furthest Antarctic extremes and everything in between, the Cruise Passenger Adventure Guide is the definitive reference for the new wave of modern seaborne adventurers.

Editorial highlights the exciting new destinations only adventure cruising can deliver plus explains for the first-time traveller what to expect, how to pack and why adventure cruising will introduce them to a whole new world of life-enriching experiences.

For further information and interview opportunities, please contact:

Kayte Nunn, Editor. (02) 8962 2624, email

Roderick Eime, Contributing Editor. 0418.214.028, email Roderick Eime

For promotional opportunities please contacts:

Deborah Dickson-Smith, Publisher. (02) 8962 2683, email

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