Meyer Werft delivered the first Quantum-Ultra ship, Spectrum of the Seas, to Royal Caribbean International in Bremerhaven. This vessel is customized for the China market.
Investigators believe low engine pressure led to Viking Sky's engine failure on Saturday when the ship was in stormy weather off the coast of Norway.
The LNG-powered Costa Smeralda will eliminate most particulate matter and sulfur oxide emissions, while significantly reducing nitrogen oxides and carbon dioxide, contributing to Costa Cruises' sustainability goals, president Neil Palomba said. What's more, its sister ship will test a fuel cell, he disclosed Friday.
Finnish shipbuilder Meyer Turku Shipyard and DNV GL have signed a contract for the classification of Royal Caribbean International’s new Project Icon vessels.
MSC Cruises is the first cruise line to receive the 8 Golden Pearls notation from international classification society Bureau Veritas for sustainable and environmental stewardship and covering quality, health, safety and environmental (QHSE) management on board MSC Meraviglia.
Ponant announced an order for two additional newbuilds from Fincantieri's Vard, which will expand its fleet to 12 ships with 2,000 crew members and 460 departures by 2021.
The global deadline for implementing a structured monitoring plan for all ships to comply with emissions regulations is less than a year away, reminds Stephen Schwarz, coo and vp of ABS Nautical Systems, providers of integrated enterprise software for the marine and offshore industries.
Italian-based certification, testing, inspection and consultancy body RINA has unveiled a new corporate brand identity which it says better reflects its newfound focus on digitalisation – both in in-house processes and in external services applying the benefits of technologies such as big data and artificial intelligence.