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  1. MSC plans ultra-luxury brand as it vies for super rich

    MSC Cruises, the global cruise line operator, has announced plans to launch a dedicated brand to attract wealthy clientele onboard…
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    6 Mar
  2. P&O day-into-night visits target experiential travellers

    P&O Cruises is promising holidaymakers a new experience onboard its newest ship Iona in 2020, demonstrating how cruise companies are…
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    14 Feb
  3. Ballast must now be comprehensively planned and embraced

    With discussions at the IMO’s Marine Environmental Protection Committee’s 72nd session (MEPC 72) last month solidifying the regulatory extensions of…
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    23 May
  4. Rough waters ahead when it comes to cyber risks

    In 2017, awareness of cyber incidents in the shipping and maritime industry became a mainstream, and no longer a minority,…
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    17 May
  5. Australia fights to boost domestic shipping

    On 8 September, two Australian unions launched a campaign to ‘Save Australian Shipping’. This high-profile campaign, which has gained support…
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    12 Dec
  6. Will augmented reality transform shipping?

    While virtual reality completely immerses people in a computer-generated world, augmented reality (AR) overlays computer-generated images on the real world….
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    6 Dec
  7. Redefining piracy: the risk of poor IT security in shipping

    The maritime industry currently plays a part in almost 90% of world trade. Furthermore, the global cruise industry alone generated…
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    30 Nov
  8. Polluted cruises: how bad is air quality on ships?

    In June, Channel 4’s Dispatches team uncovered damning information about the air quality on cruise ships. Their undercover investigation, broadcast…
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    29 Nov
  9. The tides of change: why the marine engineering sector must adapt

    Where would we be without ships? For millennia, ships have been a cornerstone of human civilisation. Whether hunting for new…
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    22 Nov

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