Scanship won contracts from Fincantieri to supply total clean ship systems for Norwegian Cruise Line's four newbuilds.

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.

Giowine—'The Italian Link to the Americas'—is targeting the cruise industry with its selection of fine Italian wines, featuring just one top producer from each region.

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.

Windstar Cruises’ Wind Surf, one of the largest motor sail yachts in the world at 14,745gt, recently received nearly half a football field's worth of new sails.

Maritime e-procurement platform ShipServ created executive management roles to drive growth, including the development and delivery of a range of new products and features in 2018.

Scanship entered into a contract with STX France to deliver its environmental technology to another world's largest cruise ship, Royal Caribbean International's fifth Oasis-class vessel.

The prospect of Chinese yards building numbers of cruise ships underpins the unprecedented level of support being given to the development of cruising by the government.

Evac, provider of integrated waste, wastewater, and water management systems for the marine, offshore, and building industries, is to be acquired by private equity group Bridgepoint.

Seatrade Europe, the leading trade event for the European cruise and river cruise industry, registered a 15% increase in attendance to more than 5,000, reflecting the growth of the European cruise market. The show closed Friday in Hamburg.

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