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Fincantieri Lays Keel for Sixth Viking Ship

Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri has held a keel laying ceremony today in Ancona for the sixth of eight ocean cruise ...

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Royal Caribbean Inks Financing Deals for Icon Ships

Miami-based cruise company Royal Caribbean International has entered into credit agreements for the financing of ...

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Sulfur Emissions Cap Troubles Mediterranean Ferry Operators

Mediterranean ferry operators voiced their concerns on meeting the 0.5% sulfur emissions cap due in 2020 ...

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Port of Broome Receives Funds for Channel Works

The Port of Broome in Western Australia has received funds for channel and turning basin works that will help the ...

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Royal Caribbean Returning to St. Thomas

Cruise company Royal Caribbean International revealed plans to make a comeback to St. Thomas after the Caribbean ...

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Girl Dies after Falling aboard Carnival Glory

An 8-year-old girl died following a fall while on board a Carnival Cruise Line’s ship, Carnival Glory, while ...

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P&O Ferries' Larne-Cairnryan Q3 Volumes Highest since 2011

UK-based ferry operator P&O Ferries saw the strongest freight numbers between Larne and Cairnryan in the third ...

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Hapag-Lloyd Cruises Cuts Steel for 2nd Expedition Ship

German cruise company Hapag-Lloyd Cruises launched the construction of its second expedition ship HANSEATIC ...

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Construction Starts on New West Port in Kalundborg

The construction of the New West Port in Kalundborg in Denmark has officially begun with the ceremonial throwing of ...

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Spotted: Cruise Ship Duo Checks In at DP World Limassol

As the autumn cruise season already kicked off at the DP World Limassol, two cruise ships called at the terminal on ...

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Brødrene Aa Wins Order for Catamaran Trio

Norwegian ferry builder Brødrene Aa, Hyen, has received an order for three high-speed carbon fiber catamaran ...

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Tsuneishi Eyes Construction of Cruise Ships by 2020

Tsuneishi Shipbuilding is said to be planning to venture into the construction of cruise ships at its Chinese yard ...

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Fred Olsen Orders Trimaran Ferry Duo from Austal

Spanish shipping firm Fred Olsen has placed an order for two vehicle passenger trimaran ferries at Australian-based ...

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Storm Xavier Wreaks Havoc at Ports in North Germany

The passing of deadly storm Xavier in northern Germany on October 5 disrupted operations and caused damages to ...

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Shell to Fuel SIEM's LNG-Powered Car Carriers

Shell NA LNG and Shell Western LNG have signed a long-term agreement with SIEM Car Carriers for the supply of ...

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RMS St Helena Withdrawing from Service

St Helena Line is planning to withdraw the passenger cargo Royal Mail Ship St Helena from service in February 2018. ...

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Copenhagen to Open New Cruise Terminal in 2020

The Board of Copenhagen Malmö Port (CMP) has given the go-ahead to the port to build a new cruise terminal in ...

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Meyer Turku Lays Keel for New Mein Schiff 2

Finnish shipbuilder Meyer Turku laid the keel of New Mein Schiff 2, the sixth next-generation cruise ship being ...

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Majority of Caribbean Islands Unaffected by Hurricanes

Cruise liner company Carnival Corporation is encouraging passengers to book a cruise to the Caribbean Islands. ...

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Royal Caribbean Targeted by Class Action Lawsuit

A class action lawsuit has been filed against Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd on behalf of passengers who booked a ...

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Norwegian Breakaway Moves from Big Apple to Big Easy

After returning from its summer 2018 season in the Baltic, Norwegian Breakaway will reposition from the Big Apple ...

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Fincantieri Set to Build Cruise Ship Blocks in Australia

Italian ship builder and ship designer Fincantieri, together with its selected subcontractor, will construct cruise ...

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CentrePort Wellington Ready for Another Bumper Cruise Season

New Zealand’s CentrePort Wellington has welcomed the first ship of the 2017/18 cruise season, Radiance of the ...

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Viking to Build World's 1st Hydrogen-Powered Cruise Ship?

Cruise ship owner Viking Cruises unveiled plans for a liquid hydrogen-fuelled cruise ship in an effort to ...

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Finnlines to Gain from Port of Naantali's Berth Extension

Shipping operator of RoRo and passenger services Finnlines expects to benefit from the Port of Naantali’s ...

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Video: New Mein Schiff 1 Floated Out at Meyer Turku

New Mein Schiff 1, a next-generation cruise ship built for German cruise line TUI Cruises, was floated out from ...

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Panama Canal Gears Up for 2017-2018 Cruise Season

The Panama Canal expects to receive approximately 235 cruise ships through the Panamax and Neopanamax Locks during ...

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