Although the primary goal of Mariner is help generate buzz for Holland America Line cruises, the magazine also aims to provide material on par with other consumer travel publications.
“Mariner engages Holland America Line’s premium and returning passengers with a mix of cruise line service information, alongside literate travel narrative, world-class photography and high-level design and production,” said editor-in-chief Chuck Thompson.
And, lucky for you, the magazine is open to pitches from any publicist involved with tourist hot spots, as well as those with celebrity clients that have a strong connection to certain locales. For the whole story, including editors’ contact info, read How To Pitch: Mariner.
– Nicholas Braun
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