QTerminals Targets 21,000+ TEU Boxships

Port of Hamad

QTerminals CEO speaks about braving the Gulf crisis and developing Hamad Port.

Viking Sun Named in Shanghai

Viking Cruise has officially named its fourth ocean ship, Viking Sun, in Shanghai, China.

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STX France Unveils New Sailing Ship Concept

STX France has unveiled a new sailing ship concept to reduce environmental impact and save energy.

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MV Werften Starts Construction of 1st Global Class Ship

MV Werften started building the first Global Class ship, the largest cruise ship to be built in Germany, on March 8.

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Tallink Secures LNG Supply Deal for Its Megastar Vessel

Tallink Grupp has signed a liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply deal for its Megastar vessel with Eesti Gaas.

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Norwegian Unveils Plans for New Terminal at PortMiami

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has unveiled the design of its new dedicated terminal at PortMiami.

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Vard Inks Deal for Expedition Cruise Ship Duo with Ponant

Vard has secured contracts for the design and construction of two luxury expedition cruise vessels for Ponant.

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Fincantieri to Build Six More Cruise Ships for Viking

Fincantieri and Viking Ocean Cruises entered into an agreement for the construction of six further ocean ships.

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Stricken Primula Seaways Could Be Out of Service for Weeks

The Ro-Ro ship Primula Seaways which was involved in a collision of Vlissingen could be out of service for weeks.

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Germany Gets Its First Female Cruise Ship Captain

The first female captain takes the helm of a cruise ship in Germany.

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Fincantieri to Stretch Two Ferries for Grimaldi

Fincantieri, Grimaldi Group ink deal on the lengthening and refurbishment program for two cruise ferries.

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Fjord1 Orders Seven Battery-Powered Ferries

Fjord1 has decided to expand its fleet with seven new battery-powered ferries.

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Austal to Build Trimaran Ferry for Japanese Firm

Austal has received an AUD 68 million deal to construct a trimaran ferry for Japan's JR Kyushu Jet Ferry.

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Smaller Expedition Ships Should Follow Safety Standards Too

Demand for expedition ships should not mean that shipbuilding practices for cruise vessels are compromised.

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Meyer Werft Cuts Steel for Saga Cruises' First Newbuilding

Meyer Werft held a steel cutting ceremony for Saga Cruises' first new cruise ship, Spirit of Discovery.

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Finnlines Unveils LoI for Three New Ro-Ro Ships

Finnlines has signed a letter of intent for three new 7,300 lane metre ro-ro vessels.

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Carnival Orders Third LNG-Fuelled Ship for Its AIDA Brand

Carnival Corporation has signed a shipbuilding contract with Meyer Werft for a third LNG-fuelled ship for AIDA Cruises.

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Scotland Funds Study on Wind-to-Hydrogen Ferry Service

Scotland grants funding for a feasibility study into developing a hydrogen-powered ferry service.

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Ferry Blast Injures 25 Passengers in Mexico

Twenty-five passengers sustained injuries in an explosion that ripped through a ferry on Wednesday.

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OSK-ShipTech to Design MSC’s RoPax Giants

OSK-ShipTech will provide the concept design for the four RoPax ferries ordered by MSC Group and Onorato Armatori.

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Symphony of the Seas Returns from Sea Trials

Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas has completed the first round of sea trials.

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Video: Norwegian Bliss Floated Out

The Norwegian Bliss was floated out on Saturday, February 17, from the covered building dock in Germany.

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Carnival Panorama to Homeport in Long Beach

Carnival Cruise Line's Carnival Panorama will be homeported in Long Beach from December 2019.

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Finnlines Denied Right to Appeal in Fairway Dues Dispute

Finnlines did not get the leave to appeal on the fairway dues dispute with the Finnish state.

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TUI Cruises to Order Mein Schiff 7 from Meyer Turku

TUI Cruises to order new Mein Schiff 7 from Finland's shipbuilder Meyer Turku.

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DFDS Orders Ship Pair for Baltic Ferry Routes

DFDS has ordered two combined freight and passenger vessels (RoPax) for its Baltic routes.

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MSC, Moby Ink Deal for Up to Eight LNG-Ready Ropaxes

MSC, Moby have signed a contract with CSSC on the construction of up to eight luxury Ropax ships.

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