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  • MSC Seaside cruises into the American market

    In November 2017, MSC Seaside sailed for the first time from Fincantieri’s shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy, to Trieste. On its 22-night maiden voyage to Miami, MSC revealed more about Seaside’s...

  • February’s top news stories

    The IMO signed a new MoU with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to support the growth of sustainable shipping, and a three-company consortium secured a contract worth...

  • Is it time to talk about regulating autonomous ships?

    With technology for unmanned ships developing rapidly, regulatory authorities are playing catch-up. A major new report commissioned by the Danish Maritime Authority (DMA) unpicks the challenges posed by autonomy on...

  • Future Cruise: Issue 3

    In this issue: Carnival's LNG-powered fleet, Brisbane's mega cruise ship terminal, a look inside MSC Seaside, the challenges of sourcing food locally and ethically, and more

  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 52

    In this issue: The challenges of implementing the Ballast Water Management Convention, using satellites to monitor the oceans, the advantages of slowing down vessels, how landlocked countries have developed maritime...

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