Contents: Foreword, Richard W. Butler; Editorial: more than island tourism: branding, marketing and logistics in archipelago tourist destinations, Godfrey Baldacchino; Review essay: navigating a world of islands: a 767 island odyssey, Stephen A. Royle. Part I Mediterranean Sea: Patterns of transportation for tourists and residents in the Aegean archipelago, Greece, Sofia Karampela, Thanasis Kizos and Andreas Papatheodorou; The Malta-Gozo-Comino story: implications of a Malta-Gozo fixed link on tourism activity, Samantha Chaperon and Nadia Theuma; Tourism relationships between Sardinia and its islands: collaborative or conflicting?, Rita Cannas and Ernestina Giudici. Part II Atlantic Ocean: Contrived complementarity: transport logistics, official rhetoric and inter-island rivalry in the Azorean archipelago, Godfrey Baldacchino and Eduardo Costa Duarte Ferreira; Cape Verde 2.0: branding and tourism development across the archipelago, Pedro F. Marcelino and Luzia Oca Gonzalez; A tale of two Guernseys: tourism branding and island hopping in an archipelagic context, Henry Johnson; Remote yet close: the question of accessibility in the Faroe Islands, Rosemarie Ankre and Per-Ake Nilsson; Navigating the Caribbean archipelago: an examination of regional transportation issues, Sherma Roberts, John N. Telesford and Jennifer V. Barrow; The Bahamas: individual island branding for competitiveness in archipelago tourism, Sophia A. Rolle. Part III Pacific Ocean: Competing islands? The Mamanuca and Yasawa islands, Fiji, John Connell; Travel dynamics in the Hawaiian archipelago, USA, Luciano Minerbi. Part IV Indian Ocean: The potential of tourist zones in the Maldives: obscured behind the 'sunny side of life'?, Fathimath Amira; Travelling the Mascarenes: Creoleness in tourism policies and practices on La Reunion, Mauritius and Rodrigues, Carsten Wergin. Conclusion: archipelagic tourism: synthesis and reflections, Dimitri Ioannides and Evangelia Petridou; Index.