Navantia Shiprepairs: a refit specialist

Navantia Shiprepairs: a refit specialist
By Rebecca Gibson | Thursday, February 14, 2019

More cruise lines are refurbishing older vessels, and many are turning to the Spain-based shipyard for its expertise and convenient location

More cruise lines are refurbishing older vessels, and as such are turning to the Spain-based shipyard for its expertise

PortMiami: bigger and better than ever

PortMiami: bigger and better than ever
By Lindsay James | Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Not one to rest on its laurels, the port has a number of exciting plans in the pipeline for the years ahead, ensuring it retains its position as the cruise capital of the world

The port has many exciting plans to secure its position as the cruise capital of the world

Heineken Global Duty Free is expanding its portfolio

Heineken Global Duty Free is expanding its portfolio
By Rebecca Gibson | Thursday, February 7, 2019

The company’s new beers and countertop draught system are transforming the dining experience on cruise ships

The company’s new beers and draught system are transforming the dining experience on cruise ships

Port St. Maarten: gateway to a unique destination

Port St. Maarten: gateway to a unique destination
By Jacqui Griffiths | Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Caribbean port continues full speed ahead to cater to the needs of the cruise industry

Caribbean port continues full speed ahead to cater to the needs of the cruise industry 

First-class refits with Damen Shiprepair Brest

First-class refits with Damen Shiprepair Brest
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Its successful refurbishment of Norwegian Breakaway shows why its skilled team, well-equipped facilities and convenient location make it an ideal partner for ship renovations

The yard's refurbishment of Norwegian Breakaway shows why it makes an ideal ship renovator

Meeting the maritime industry’s safety needs

Meeting the maritime industry’s safety needs
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, February 4, 2019

With more than 20 years’ experience, AMI Marine has evolved to meet the industry’s developing safety requirements

AMI Marine is able to help operators meet evolving requirements and regulations

MJM Group’s refurbishments are breaking new ground

MJM Group’s refurbishments are breaking new ground
By Lindsay James | Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Since setting tongues wagging following the refit of Azamara Club Cruises’ Azamara Pursuit, the company is now firmly on the map for future global projects

Following the refit of Azamara Club Cruises’ Azamara Pursuit, the firm is now on the map for future projects

Fighting fires at sea with Ansul’s safety equipment

Fighting fires at sea with Ansul’s safety equipment
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, January 28, 2019

The automatic R-102 Restaurant Fire Suppression System is a key component of any galley area onboard cruise ships and ferries

The technology is a key component in the galleys of cruise ships and ferries

Haifa Port is paving the way for Israel’s bright future

Haifa Port is paving the way for Israel’s bright future
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, January 28, 2019

After a few troubled years, the country’s cruise industry and that of the East Mediterranean is beginning to look prosperous again

After a few troubled years, the country’s cruise industry is beginning to look prosperous again

Taking entertainment to the skies with new aerial attraction

Taking entertainment to the skies with new aerial attraction
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Ropes Courses, Inc is to help Carnival Cruise Line transform the cruise guest experience on Carnival Sunrise with its Sky Trail in 2019

Ropes Courses is to help Carnival Cruise Line transform the guest experience on Carnival Sunrise

A golden age for cruising in the Mediterranean and Black Sea

A golden age for cruising in the Mediterranean and Black Sea
By Jon Ingleton | Monday, January 21, 2019

Predictions suggest ports in these areas will soon bounce back. Jon Ingleton reports on the topics discussed at the 2018 MedCruise General Assembly

Jon Ingleton reports on the topics discussed at the 2018 MedCruise General Assembly

Norwegian highlights and the country’s booming cruise business

Norwegian highlights and the country’s booming cruise business
By Jon Ingleton | Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Norway’s ports headed to London in 2018 to meet with cruise line executives. Jon Ingleton joined them to hear how the cruise product is evolving

John Ingleton hears from Norway’s ports and how the cruise product is evolving

A popular design partner: Spear Green Design

A popular design partner: Spear Green Design
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, January 16, 2019

The marine interior design firm has created high quality interiors for several vessels recently, cementing its reputation in the ferry industry

The marine interior design firm is creating high quality interiors, cementing its reputation in the ferry industry

Bordeaux offers cruise guests a compelling holiday combination

Bordeaux offers cruise guests a compelling holiday combination
By Jacqui Griffiths | Monday, January 14, 2019

The world’s wine capital is attracting a growing number of maritime and river cruises

The world’s wine capital is attracting a growing number of maritime and river cruises

Grand Bahama Shipyard has grand plans for the future

Grand Bahama Shipyard has grand plans for the future
By Jacqui Griffiths | Thursday, January 10, 2019

Grand Bahama Shipyard, a world leader in ship repair, is ensuring growth by expanding into larger and more complex projects

Ship repair company is ensuring growth by expanding into larger and more complex projects

The major growth of tourism in Cork

The major growth of tourism in Cork
By Lindsay James | Thursday, January 10, 2019

The Port of Cork is well poised for growth after a very exciting 2018 in terms of cruise ships and passengers. The confirmed bookings for 2019 mean that the year to come will be even better

Port of Cork is poised for growth after a successful 2018 and more bookings for 2019