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  • June’s top news stories

    DFDS completed the purchase of 98.8% shares in UN Ro-Ro from Turkish private equity companies Actera and Esas for €950m, and Hyundai Merchant Marine selected Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering,...

  • Future Cruise: Issue 4

    In this issue: Vancouver gets ready for a cruise boom, Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas, new guidelines for man overboard systems, Disney Cruise Line’s LNG plans, and more.

  • Vancouver: a new gateway for cruises to Alaska

    Vancouver is set for a cruise boom with Cunard, Viking Ocean and Azamara planning to offer Alaskan itineraries from the bustling west coast seaport in 2019. Frances Marcellin looks at...

  • The race for faster WiFi on board cruise ships

    Top cruise liners are currently competing to offer the best high-speed internet connection to their guests who view on-board surfing a key necessity. But with connectivity at sea still patchy...

  • 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...

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