Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings awarded Scanship a two-year service agreement, confirming the continuation of a longtime cooperation for cleaner oceans. It has been 15 years since Scanship installed the first advanced wastewater purification systems on NCL ships.
Nov. 29 update: Silver Cloud has received a missing spare part and is currently on its way to Ushuaia where passengers are expected to embark for the next cruise on Dec. 1.
Silver Cloud is undergoing repairs in Puerto Madryn, Argentina, after a mechanical failure cut short the ship's first expedition voyage to Antarctica.
Silversea Cruises is bringing its technical department in-house, while also forming a new partnership with V.Ships Leisure.
What's touted as the Nordic region's tallest crane at 120 meters/394 feet was raised at Meyer Turku Sunday. It's also the most visible part of the shipyard's €185m in recent investments.
Design changes made as a result of working with DNV GL have resulted in projected annual fuel savings of more than 10% for Hapag-Lloyd Cruises' expedition newbuilds.
As part of Royal Caribbean's Sea Beyond technology reveal in Brooklyn this week, attendees got a look at a fuel cell of the kind ABB will be providing for a cruise ship.
Martin Landtman, SVP marine operations for Carnival Cruise Line, will retire in 2018, while Gus Antorcha, Ben Clement and Mark Jackson were promoted, and a new strategic sourcing VP is joining the team.
Carnival Cruise Line signed an agreement with Shell NA LNG to be its supplier of marine liquefied natural gas to power North America's first fully LNG-powered cruise ships.
Nov. 8 update: At this time, Norwegian Gem's Nov. 21 cruise is expected to sail as scheduled, a company spokeswoman said.
Due to a technical malfunction with the ship's Azipod propulsion system Norwegian Gem's sailing speed is restricted, impacting the current itinerary and requiring the cancellation of the Nov. 11 cruise from New York.