A Spanish sojourn in the historic city of A Coruña

A Spanish sojourn in the historic city of A Coruña
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, May 22, 2019

The port is sowing the seeds for further success after tripling cruise passenger numbers over the past decade

Port is sowing the seeds for further success after tripling passenger numbers over the past decade

Ropes Courses Incorporated: entertainment from ship to shore

Ropes Courses Incorporated: entertainment from ship to shore
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Firm’s Sky Trail attractions provide cruise operators and ports with a unique way to entertain guests, says Jon Weston, vice president of Sales and Marketing

Jon Weston says the Sky Trail attractions give cruise operators and ports a unique way to entertain guests

Port NOLA is riding the wave of success

Port NOLA is riding the wave of success
By Rebecca Gibson | Friday, May 17, 2019

Cruise passenger numbers are continuing to rise as Port of New Orleans strengthens its position as a unique US homeport and destination city

Cruise numbers are rising as US port strengthens its position as a homeport and destination city

Xaler Systems: a flexible partner for refurbishments

Xaler Systems: a flexible partner for refurbishments
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Xaler Systems’ mobile workshop makes it an ideal reupholstery and interior design partner for cruise operators across the world

Firm's mobile workshop means it can work on projects around the world

The secret to managing biofouling on ships

The secret to managing biofouling on ships
By Elly Yates-Roberts | Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Subsea Global Solutions’ environmentally friendly hull cleaning solutions help vessel operators to reduce fuel consumption, costs and emissions, while complying with new port regulations

Subsea Global Solutions’ green hull cleaning solutions reduce fuel consumption and emissions

How Getslash is enabling unique guest experiences

How Getslash is enabling unique guest experiences
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Getslash’s customisable technologies allow cruise lines to personalise the onboard experience for every passenger

Firm's customisable technologies allow cruise lines to personalise the onboard experience

The technology behind extraordinary itineraries

The technology behind extraordinary itineraries
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, May 13, 2019

FarSounder’s Forward Looking Sonar identifies obstructions in the water up to 1,000 metres ahead, helping operators to keep ships, guests and crew safe

FarSounder’s Forward Looking Sonar identifies obstructions in the water up to 1,000 metres ahead 

What are the benefits of restoring ship interiors?

What are the benefits of restoring ship interiors?
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, May 13, 2019

Magicman’s teams can quickly repair and rejuvenate damaged items on cruise ships, ensuring they remain attractive to passengers all year round

Magicman’s team can help operators ensure interiors remain attractive to all year round

Port Everglades is embracing the wild side

Port Everglades is embracing the wild side
By Rebecca Gibson | Thursday, May 9, 2019

Inspired by Florida’s natural beauty, the port has commissioned various artists to improve wayfinding and create an inviting atmosphere for visiting cruise guests

Florida port has commissioned artists to create an inviting atmosphere for cruise guests

Keeping the industry free from corrosion for 25 years

Keeping the industry free from corrosion for 25 years
By Lindsay James | Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Huge savings can be made on managing corrosion thanks to zinc thermal spray and paint duplex systems, according to International Zinc Association

We explore how zinc thermal spray and paint duplex systems can generate huge savings

Schaller Automation is optimising engine safety

Schaller Automation is optimising engine safety
By Elly Yates-Roberts | Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Firm is improving the operation of its customers’ engines with its new oil mist detection system

Firm is improving the operation of its customers’ engines with its new oil mist detection system

Why 2019 will be a turning point for Haifa Port

Why 2019 will be a turning point for Haifa Port
By Lindsay James | Monday, May 6, 2019

The port, known as the Israeli cruise gateway, is forecasting a record year, with over 240,000 international and Israeli passengers expected to pass through the terminal. Zohar Rom tells us more

Zohar Rom tells us more about the Israeli cruise gateway’s forecasted record year

How to successfully navigate a changing market

How to successfully navigate a changing market
By Rebecca Gibson | Friday, May 3, 2019

A skilled team and well-equipped facilities are making it easy for Blohm+Voss to deliver the new types of refits that operators want to carry out on their cruise ships

A skilled team and well-equipped facilities make it easy for Blohm+Voss to deliver cruise ship refits

Expanding maritime safety with new solutions

Expanding maritime safety with new solutions
By Elly Yates-Roberts | Friday, May 3, 2019

Viking Life-Saving Equipment can now offer new products with a greater global presence and enhanced expertise

Viking Life-Saving Equipment has expanded its global presence and enhanced its expertise

Why Adonis Rotation Module is ideal for crew planning

Why Adonis Rotation Module is ideal for crew planning
By Elly Yates-Roberts | Wednesday, May 1, 2019

The Adonis Rotation Module is providing passenger ship operators with a new and improved way to plan and oversee crew operations

The tool gives passenger ship operators with a new way to manage crew operations

Jotun partners with operators to keep fleets ship-shape

Jotun partners with operators to keep fleets ship-shape
By Richard Humphreys | Monday, April 29, 2019

Coating specialist Jotun Group has developed its SeaStock Management Solution to help ship operators achieve transparent, predictable and efficient onboard maintenance and logistics related to seastock deliveries

Coating specialist Jotun Group shares how its solution improves onboard maintenance