In November 2017, MSC Seaside sailed for the first time from Fincantieri’s shipyard...
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 unique design, the tech and how it fits into the company’s vision for expansion.
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Despite a growing body of evidence proving the relationship between improved safety performance and positive financial results, many ship-owners continue to embrace old ways of thinking about safety and risk management.
Mein Schiff 5 is a wellbeing cruise liner built by Meyer Turku Shipyard (formerly STX Finland Terku) in Finland for TUI Cruises, a joint-venture between TUI and Royal Caribbean Cruises.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is proposing to conditionally approve a series of agreements that have been signed between the Port of Brisbane and Carnival Cruise Line, which relate to the development of a new A$158m ($100m) cruise terminal in Brisbane.
Recent years have seen a surge in consumer awareness of where and how food is sourced. This trend has also impacted the cruise industry, with more and more operators making efforts to source food locally and responsibly. But what challenges does local and ethical food sourcing present for the cruise sector?
Carnival has signed a shipbuilding contract with Germany's Meyer Werft for a third next-generation, liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuelled ship, which will be operated under the cruise operator's AIDA Cruises portfolio.
Carnival Corporation is preparing to launch the first cruise ship completely powered by liquefied natural gas, known as the world's cleanest burning fossil fuel, with nearly zero emissions. Eva Grey investigates how the AIDAnova will set the tone for an entire fleet of seven vessels to set sail under the “green cruising” concept over the next five years.
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