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Analysis

  • February’s top news stories

    Ericsson and mobile service provider China Unicom are set to provide a 5G smart harbour system at the Port of Qingdao, Shandong, China, and Wärtsilä signed an agreement to provide...

  • LNG in shipping: could space tech lighten the load?

    Athens-based marine consultancy Ocean Finance is working with partners on SpaceTech4Sea, an innovative project using the aerospace industry’s light-weight LNG tank technology to make the fuel more viable for shipowners....

  • January’s top news stories

    Canaveral Port Authority awarded a $108.5m contract to Ivey’s Construction for building its new Cruise Terminal 3 project, and the majority of British ports have little or no transition plan...

  • How old is the average cruise passenger?

    The standard cruise ship stereotype conjures images of decks lined with a more elderly retired clientele, but is that really a true reflection of age demographics in cruise ship clients?

  • No kids on board: the surge of adult-only cruises

    'No kids allowed’ cruises are growing in popularity, with enquiries for ‘adult-only’ cruise holidays surging on search engines. And cruise providers, in their restless search to attract new customers, are...

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