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Today Grand Princess began the most significant ship transformation in Princess Cruises’ history, and viewers can follow along with a daily video journal chronicling the 24-day drydock.

Four Solstice & two ‘Solsticized’ ships for 2012/13 Caribbean

Celebrity Cruises’ four newest ships and two ‘Solsticized’ vessels will operate Caribbean programs from November 2012 through April 2013.

Paul Gauguin to cruise from Brisbane after drydock

The Tahiti-based 332-passenger Paul Gauguin will be at the Forgacs drydock in Brisbane from January 15 until January 25 next year for a water treatment upgrade to meet environmental requirements.

Freedom of the Seas docking installs Oasis-class details

Freedom of the Seas returns to service at Port Canaveral this week after completing a week-long drydock at Grand Bahama Shipyard that added new dining concepts, entertainment options, children's programming and technological upgrades inspired by Royal Caribbean International's Oasis-class ships.

Brintons secures another contract from Royal Caribbean

Brintons, supplier of custom woven, IMO-approved Axminster carpet for the marine industry, is shortly commencing work on the refit of Royal Caribbean International's Radiance of the Seas.

Ahead of Mein Schiff 2's naming ceremony in Hamburg on May 14, TUI Cruises revealed the onboard highlights of its latest ship which embarks on May 15 for a 9-day maiden voyage, visiting France, Britain, Sweden and Norway.

Silver Shadow (pictured in Sydney) has a fresh look following a major two-week renovation at Sembawang in Singapore. As with the refurbishment of sister Silver Whisper last year, the enhancements included the more contemporary design themes and warm color palette of Silversea Cruises’ newest ship, Silver Spirit.

 

AIDAcara is undergoing a refurbishment at Hamburg’s Blohm+Voss that includes the modernization of the spa and a completely renovated sauna.

With the number of newbuilds down and age of fleets up, the revitalization market is increasingly important to yards and operators.

Rina study sees need for a large, new Genoa dock

The port of Genoa needs a new dry dock if it is to take advantage of rising demand for ship inspection, maintenance and repair, an authoritative new study has found.

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