Scanship entered into a contract with a European shipyard to supply its new waste-to-energy carbon capture technology for two mega-sized cruise ships.

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.

Some of cruising’s top women leaders will take center stage during the keynote session of Seatrade Cruise Global the morning of April 9.

The UK government’s Marine Management Organisation (MMO) has ordered a fresh round of public consultation over how Liverpool plans to build its proposed new cruise terminal.

Crystal Cruises' new partnership with ORCA, a leading conservation organization dedicated to the protection of cetaceans (whales, dolphins, porpoises), will place wildlife experts on board.

After the most extensive upgrade in Hurtigruten’s 125-year history, Finnmarken will reemerge as a premium expedition cruise ship.

ASENAV shipyard in Valdivia, Chile, on Thursday launched Magellan Explorer, a 100-passenger expedition cruise ship for Antarctica21.

Over the weekend the world’s first hybrid-powered cruise ship, Hurtigruten's Roald Amundsen, completed its first sea trials in the fjords along the western coast of Norway.

In recent weeks cruise line planners have been finding whales in the mail. Mamie Allright, a plushy, arrived accompanied by a cartoon that conveys a serious but encouraging message.

Capt. Minas Myrtidis joined MSC Cruise Management as VP environmental operations & compliance.

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