Marine operations news, features and events

CLIA calls for carriage ban on non-compliant fuel after 2020 sulphur cap

CLIA calls for carriage ban on non-compliant fuel after 2020 sulphur cap
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Shipping and environmental associations want IMO regulation to be enforced consistently worldwide

How Cunard is taking cruise itinerary planning to a new level

How Cunard is taking cruise itinerary planning to a new level
By Bill Becken | Friday, January 19, 2018

Cunard Line’s Josh Liebowitz explains to Bill Becken how the company’s itinerary planning will take shape in 2018 and beyond

Josh Liebowitz explains how the cruise line will plan voyages for 2018 and beyond

How Survitec helps ship operators put safety first

How Survitec helps ship operators put safety first
By Guest | Thursday, January 18, 2018

Rob Wallace explores the benefits of working with a multi-brand service operator when it comes to keeping onboard safety equipment and lifeboats up to date and working well

A look at how a multi-brand service operator can help operators keep safety equipment working well

Cavotec connects Asia’s first e-ferry to electrical power

Cavotec connects Asia’s first e-ferry to electrical power
By Elizabeth Robinson | Monday, January 15, 2018

Vessel is powered entirely by electricity, eliminating emissions and reducing operating costs

Silversea Cruises partners with Orca conservation charity

Silversea Cruises partners with Orca conservation charity
By Elizabeth Robinson | Thursday, January 11, 2018

Guests can engage with marine life and help collect critical sightings data

How FCCA is helping the Caribbean tell its destination story

How FCCA is helping the Caribbean tell its destination story
By Rebecca Lambert | Thursday, January 4, 2018

Michele Paige explains how the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association works with its members to highlight the best of what they have to offer

Michele Paige shares how FCCA helps cruise port members highlight the best they have to offer

Fincantieri awards Scanship third clean ship system contract

Fincantieri awards Scanship third clean ship system contract
By Elizabeth Robinson | Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Silversea Cruises newbuild will receive the water purification technology in 2019 

Wireless Maritime Services on the waves of maritime communication

Wireless Maritime Services on the waves of maritime communication
By Rebecca Gibson | Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Wireless Maritime Services’ CEO Pramod Arora dispels some myths about communication services at sea

CEO Pramod Arora dispels some myths about communication services at sea 

Viewpoint: Using technology to enhance fuel efficiency at sea

Viewpoint: Using technology to enhance fuel efficiency at sea
By Elizabeth Robinson | Monday, December 18, 2017

GE’s Marine Solution’s Andy McKeran discusses environmental sustainability in the cruise industry

Treating your waste water safely and efficiently

Treating your waste water safely and efficiently
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, December 18, 2017

Scienco/FAST has developed MarineFast to help operators manage and treat wastewater produced by their passenger ships

MarineFast from Scienco/FAST will help operators treat wastewater produced by passenger ships

Survitec Group expands lifeboat services programme worldwide

Survitec Group expands lifeboat services programme worldwide
By Rebecca Gibson | Friday, December 15, 2017

Safety solutions provider now has engineers on five continents

NCL Holdings partners with Nisomar for Chile port services

NCL Holdings partners with Nisomar for Chile port services
By Elizabeth Robinson | Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Agreement covers company’s three brands across ten ports from 2017-2018 season

Why is it important to purify water on cruise ships?

Why is it important to purify water on cruise ships?
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, December 11, 2017

APATEQ has developed the MarinePaq system to enable shipowners to purify their vessels’ scrub water using ultrafiltration membranes and discharge it into the sea

APATEQ's MarinePaq system enables shipowners to discharge clean water into the sea

EPE celebrates 40th anniversary in Greece

EPE celebrates 40th anniversary in Greece
By Elizabeth Robinson | Friday, December 8, 2017

Event covered plans to make investments in the production of alternative fuels

Norwegian Cruise Line awards Scanship two-year service agreement

Norwegian Cruise Line awards Scanship two-year service agreement
By Elizabeth Robinson | Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Partnership confirms the continuation of a long-term cooperation for cleaner oceans

Marella chooses Columbia Cruise Services for technical management

Marella chooses Columbia Cruise Services for technical management
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, December 4, 2017

Firm will provide services for six Marella Cruises ships from 2019

Seatrade Cruise Global unveils 2018 programme

Seatrade Cruise Global unveils 2018 programme
By Elizabeth Robinson | Friday, December 1, 2017

Event will take place 5-8 March 2018 in Fort Lauderdale, USA

What potential do marine batteries have for passenger shipping?

What potential do marine batteries have for passenger shipping?
By Rebecca Gibson | Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Cruise and ferry operators can use energy storage systems to meet their sustainability and operational goals, says Grant Brown, vice president of marketing at PBES

PBES explores how energy storage systems can help cruise and ferry lines meet sustainability goals

AIDA Cruises reports reduction in CO2 emissions

AIDA Cruises reports reduction in CO2 emissions
By Elizabeth Robinson | Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Cruise line begins to supply ships with LNG fuel to reduce environmental impact

Major cruise lines to attend Passenger Ship Safety Miami in January 2018

Major cruise lines to attend Passenger Ship Safety Miami in January 2018
By Rebecca Gibson | Monday, November 27, 2017

Key topics will vessel and safety system design, crew training and new IMO regulations