Three of Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines’ ocean ships will be undergoing a multi-million-pound refit this winter, as part of an extensive enhancement programme in preparation for the start of the 2020/21 cruise season.
Lloyd Werft Bremerhaven is expecting Phoenix Reisen’s 213mtr long Artania to arrive in its Kaiserdock II on November 17 for a stay lasting about three weeks.
China Merchants Industry Holdings is to cooperate with Daishan local government in Zhejiang province to increase investment in Zhejiang Yiu Lian Dockyards and develop it as a luxury cruise ship repair base for CMIH.
When Oasis of the Seas emerges from its $165m ‘amp up’ next month, the Royal Caribbean ship will debut a new stateroom concept, the Ultimate Panoramic Suite.
Le Ponant will undergo a major refurbishment at Genoa’s San Giorgio del Porto.
Norwegian Spirit’s upcoming $100m-plus renovation as part of The Norwegian Edge program will be the largest in Norwegian Cruise Line history.
What’s being called the most complex cruise ship lengthening ever undertaken is clipping along at Fincantieri’s Palermo yard.
Carnival Ecstasy arrived in Freeport on Monday to undergo an extensive drydock at Grand Bahama Shipyard, becoming the first cruise ship to use the facility since Hurricane Dorian.
Costa neoRiviera will undergo a makeover in Genoa and emerge as AIDAmira, destined for AIDA Cruises.
Explorer of the Seas will become Royal Caribbean’s first ‘amplified’ ship to sail from Civitavecchia (Rome) on Eastern Mediterranean cruises in 2020.