The top brass at Carnival Corp. — President and CEO Arnold Donald and Chairman Micky Arison — are going to attend the company's June 3 court date in Miami.

Carnival Corp. reached a deal with US federal prosecutors that allows the cruise giant to avoid the revocation of its probation stemming from a 2016 criminal pollution case.

Hurtigruten signed a multi-year deal with Norway-based Biokraft, which will supply climate-neutral liquified biogas (LBG) to power ships with fuel made from dead fish and other organic waste.

The International Association of Antarctica Tour Operators is redeveloping its ship scheduling process as part of a commitment to ‘leave only footprints’ by the effective self-management of visitor activities.

Cold ironing is expected to become significantly more attractive in German ports after the federal government this week agreed to cut the EEG charge for electricity supplied to ships by 80%.

The Port of Kiel welcomed the maiden call of AIDA Cruises' AIDAprima at the Ostseekai Cruise Terminal on Friday and confirmed AIDA Cruises will be the first line to use shore power there starting in 2020.

Newbuild SeaDream Innovation will be equipped with a large battery pack of approximately 4 MWh, enabling silent, emissions-free sailing for up to three hours, with no disturbance to wildlife.

As the International Maritime Organization’s Marine Environment Protection Committee meets this week in London, 10 NGOs have written to IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim to call for an immediate moratorium on the shipping industry's use of exhaust gas cleaning systems (EGCS), or scrubbers.

The 38,531gt AIDAcara represents the first full cruise ship application for Nippon Paint Marine's Aquaterras, a biocide-free, self-polishing copolymer (SPC) antifoulant.

Hurtigruten plans to introduce a silent, electric-powered and emission-free catamaran for excursions in Svalbard, starting in spring 2020.

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