Since 2002, millions of consumers have come to depend on CruiseReport.com as a valuable and reliable resource for researching cruise vacation options. CruiseReport.com is unique in that it combines compelling editorial content and consumer cruise reviews.
CruiseReport.com offers cruise lines the opportunity to extend their reach far beyond what is possible with their own corporate website. Consumers are attracted to CruiseReport.com's extensive information for multiple cruise lines. This approach allows consumers to shop and compare cruise products across brands from within a single, user-friendly interface.
What is CruiseReport.com?
CruiseReport.com is an informational resource for consumers who either already love to cruise, or are interested in trying cruising. The goal of CruiseReport.com is to provide a trustworthy and reliable source of information that consumers can use when making their cruise purchase decisions.
What is CruiseReport.com Not?
CruiseReport.com is not a seller of travel. We are not owned by, nor have any affiliation with, any particular travel agency.
CruiseReport.com is not a cruise booking engine. We do not earn any revenue related to the sale of a cruise or any travel product. The only exception would be affiliate fees we may earn from travel-related companies such as travel insurance providers, electronics companies, etc.
Online Content Advantages Over Print Media
The greatest benefit with CruiseReport.com online content is shelf life. Our editorial content remains available to consumers for a minimum of 36 months. Compare that to a day, a week or, at most, a month with print media. Our internal measurements show that editorial content continues to receive viewership over extended periods of time.
At a minimum, we will maintain a brand presence for any product we review. Cruise lines have the option to increase their brand exposure through our Premium Supplier Program. This dynamic integration increases your brand identity on the CruiseReport.com network by providing consumers with additional in-depth information about your product.
Online articles can be much longer and more in-depth than is possible with print. We also have the ability to include color photos in the articles. A typical newspaper feature is 500-1,000 words long, with one or, at most, two photos. CruiseReport.com articles are as long as the subject requires. We also include color photos throughout the article and we offer to include a Video Review of our editorial projects. (www.YouTube.com/CruiseReport).
CruiseReport.com featured cruise reviews may also include a Cruise Blog to keep consumers up-to-date on our daily experiences firsthand.
Social Media Engagement
CruiseReport.com seeks to extend the value and exposure of its content through social media channels. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and broadcast email are all used in an effort to drive more consumer traffic to your article. Our objective is to leverage social media to increase traffic to our website content.
Our editorial philosophy has always been to provide accurate and fair coverage. Our readers have come to depend on our editorial content for thoroughness and honesty. Our objective is to accurately "tell the story" of your brand. We always provide companies with a draft of our review before we post it to our website so they can respond to any inaccuracies or omissions.
CruiseReport.com is uniquely interested in creating exciting new articles, videos, and comprehensive feature stories on:
New-build cruise ships
Exotic cruise destinations such as Africa, Japan, Arctic, Alaska, Asia, Australia/New Zealand
Small ships, river boats, sailing ships and yachts
Combination cruise/tour packages
Luxury hotels and resorts located in popular cruise embarkation/disembarkation port cities
Airline travel, especially Business-/First-/Premium Economy class products
Local attractions, tours and activities that cruise consumers can book and enjoy 'on their own'
Technologies that can make cruise travel more enjoyable
Brands that have been featured on CruiseReport.com
Abercrombie & Kent
All Discovery Cruising
Am. Queen Steamboat Co.
Azamara Club Cruises
Carnival Cruise Line
Holland America Line
Norwegian Cruise Line
Paul Gauguin Cruises
Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Royal Caribbean Intl
SeaDream Yacht Club
Tauck World Discovery
The Yachts of Seabourn
Uniworld River Cruises
Viking River Cruises
Viking Ocean Cruises
Voyages of Discovery
Air, Hotel, Resort
Air New Zealand
InterContinental Wellington, NZ
Intercontinental Times SQ
InterContinental Le Grand Paris
Banyan Tree Resorts Seychelles
Four Seasons Gresham Budapest
Four Seasons Hualalai
Luxury Collection Hotel Group
Orient Express Hotels
Palazzo Manfredi, Rome
The Ritz-Carlton Fort Lauderdale
The Ritz-Carlton Santiago, Chile
The Peninsula Hotel Hong Kong
Sangri-La Hotel Singapore
The Leading Small Hotels of the World
The Milestone, London
The Palms Hotel Miami Beach
Pestana Palace, Lisbon
Las Brisas Resort Acapulco
TRUMP International Waikiki Beach Walk Resort
The statistics below result from a survey of website visitors in 2018:
Annual income in thousands