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Commission Requests Nine Member States to Comply with ...

  The European Commission has requested Belgium, Estonia, France, Hungary, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Finland ...

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Germany: Blohm & Voss Shipyard Finishes Renovation ...

  Hapag-Lloyd Cruises is visually unifying the appearance of its fleet. After a 13-day-ship yard stay at Blohm ...

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USA: Radiance of the Seas Sets Sail After Extensive ...

  After a 21-day dry-dock, Royal Caribbean International’s Radiance of the Seas reemerged from one of the most ...

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UK: Hamworthy Provides Membrane BioReactor for New ...

  Two vessels to be built by Fincantieri for Princess Cruises will become the latest luxury cruise ships to ...

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India: Minister G K Vasan Launches Thoothukudi – ...

  Shipping Minister G K Vasan today, on June 13th, launched the much-awaited Thoothukudi – Colombo ...

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Germany: Official Inauguration Ceremony for Hamburg’s ...

  Hamburg. After almost 3 years of preparatory planning and active construction Hamburg’s First Mayor, Olaf ...

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Croatia: Brodosplit Moves Newbuilding 468 Project to Dry Dock

  Ro-Pax is a sophisticated and technically challenging to build and that vessel is a novelty for Brodosplit. ...

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USA: Carnival Corporation Orders New Cruise Ship from ...

  Carnival Corporation & plc yesterday announced that it has contracted with Italian shipbuilder ...

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Australia: BMT WBM Group to Undertake Cairns Cruise ...

  A British global maritime research firm has been chosen to undertake the $350,000 Cairns cruise shipping ...

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Australia: MV Iron Monarch Returns in Port Kembla

  One of the oldest faces in Port Kembla steamed into harbour this morning, fresh from a two-month spruce-up ...

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Indonesia: Cruise Industry Potential Still Has Problems

  Indonesia has not tapped the large potential of the cruise ship industry despite its vast maritime resources ...

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Germany: Blohm Voss Shipyard Finishes Redesign Works on ...

  One Hamburg shipyard, two weeks, several talented designers, 500+ international staffers, 606 crew, and $25 ...

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USA: Wireless Maritime Services Announces New Contracts ...

Wireless Maritime Services (WMS), the world leader in cellular service to the cruise line and ferry industry, ...

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Italy: Cruise Ship Costa Favolosa Successfully Complets ...

Costa Favolosa, the new flagship of Costa Cruises has successfully completed her official sea trials. The ship, the ...

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UK: Dame Shirley Bassey Christens P&O’s Newest ...

Dame Shirley Bassey became the “godmother” of a cruise ship, on May 21, as she officially named the liner in a ...

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UK: Stena Line Orders Passenger Gangway and Mooring ...

Leading international ferry operator Stena Line UK, has placed an order with TTS Port Equipment AB for the ...

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Canada: Cruise Terminal Nanaimo Accepts First Cruise Ship

One of the most innovative and modern cruise ship terminal facilities on the west coast of North America opened in ...

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Austal Delivers 113 Metre Catamaran to Danish Owners

Austal’s largest catamaran built to date, the 113 metre “Leonora Christina”, was recently handed over to her ...

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USA: New Golden Gate Ferry Launches from Larkspur

  Golden Gate ferry passengers rode a new ferry Monday that actually is more than 10 years old… By Mark ...

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Highly customised LIMITED EDITIONS AMELS 180

International superyacht brokers OCEAN Independence and Dutch superyacht builder AMELS are delighted to announce ...

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