OneOcean has launched the online voyage solutions designed for the shipping, cruise line and superyacht industries.
Germany-based Hapag-Lloyd Cruises has announced plans to commence sailing by the end of this month with the implementation of hygiene and preventive measures.
Netherlands’ Port of Rotterdam has announced the launch of a pilot project to handle and release containers without a PIN code.
Damen Song Cam Shipyard, along with its joint venture partner Song Cam Shipyard, held a keel-laying ceremony for the electric RSD-E Tug 2513 in Vietnam.
The British Ports Association (BPA) has welcomed the Summer Statement given by the UK Chancellor and expects more initiatives to boost the economy.
TUI Group has finalised the sale of Hapag-Lloyd Cruises to the TUI and Royal Caribbean Cruises joint venture (JV) TUI Cruises in a €1.2bn ($1.3bn) deal.
A maritime partners consortium has revealed the new concept design of an autonomous guard vessel (AGV).
The European Parliament’s Environment Committee has agreed to include the maritime sector’s CO₂ emissions in its Emissions Trading System (ETS).
Carnival Corporation subsidiary P&O Cruises has sold the Oceana cruise ship, which is one of the oldest ships in the fleet.
Carnival Cruise Line has announced that its new cruise ship Mardi Gras will begin operations in 2021 due to delay in delivery caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.