Following the arrival of MSC Seaside and MSC Seaview in the Seaside class, GE Marine Solutions (GE) has again been selected by MSC Cruises and Fincantieri to provide the marine electric propulsion technology for two new Seaside EVO ships, delivering in 2021 and 2023.
Closely following its sister company Oceania Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises is transitioning from plastic bottled water to Vero's glass-bottled water, starting this spring.
Oceania Cruises aims to eliminate millions of plastic water bottles per year through a new partnership with Vero Water.
Spanning seven decks and 17.5 meters/57.4 feet, the giant LED screen on Hurtigruten's soon-to-debut Roald Amundsen will give travelers a memorable welcome when they step aboard.
Passengers can indulge in a specialty coffee blend created exclusively for Holland America Line in partnership with Beukenhorst Coffee USA. The West Palm Beach, Florida, micro-facility of the Dutch coffee house Beukenhorst Koffie worked with HAL to introduce Rotterdam 1873, a small-batch roasted coffee blend.
As the end of 2018 fast approaches Seatrade Cruise News looks back on yet another fascinating year for the global cruise industry as our network of writers followed every twist and turn.
SpecTec’s Cruise Business Unit will deliver its AMOS asset management technology across the Virgin Voyages fleet ahead of its launch in 2020 with first ship Scarlet Lady.
It's official: The contracts have been signed for the first two cruise ships to be built in China to operate for the new Chinese cruise brand CSSC Carnival Cruise Shipping Ltd. This seals agreements announced in February 2017.