F. Ball and Co. Ltd offers specialist levelling compounds

F. Ball and Co. Ltd offers specialist levelling compounds
By Alex Smith | 20 January 2021

Stopgap 700 Superflex and Stopgap 1200 Pro help maintain the aesthetic appearance of the floor

Stopgap 700 Superflex and Stopgap 1200 Pro help maintain the integrity and appearance of the floor

How the Port of Galveston is weathering the storm

How the Port of Galveston is weathering the storm
By Elly Yates-Roberts | 12 January 2021

The Port of Galveston is improving its transport and mobility services in preparation for when sailing resumes and to continue its economic contributions to the region

The port is improving its transport and mobility services in preparation for when sailing resumes

Building for the future at the Port of Tarragona

Building for the future at the Port of Tarragona
By Alex Smith | 06 January 2021

Work is progressing fast at the Port of Tarragona’s new Balears Wharf, which is expected to be operational by spring 2021

Work is progressing fast on the Balears Wharf, which is expected to be operational by spring 2021

Why Cork is an essential port of call for cruise ships

Why Cork is an essential port of call for cruise ships
By Alex Smith | 22 December 2020

Home to Ireland’s only dedicated cruise berth, Cork Harbour offers a wealth of activities for cruise passengers

The city is Ireland’s only dedicated cruise berth and offers various activities for cruise passengers

Laying the groundwork for improved hygiene

Laying the groundwork for improved hygiene
By Jon Ingleton | 16 December 2020

Vessel hygiene is under the microscope like never before and Bolidt has a flooring solution to limit the spread of bacteria and support the industry’s imminent revival

As vessel hygiene comes under scrutiny, Bolidt’s flooring solution can help limit the spread of bacteria

Building luxurious river cruise vessels for the future

Building luxurious river cruise vessels for the future
By Elly Yates-Roberts | 08 December 2020

Den Breejen Shipyard is looking ahead by appointing a new board member and taking a creative approach to adapt ships to handle social distancing measures

Den Breejen Shipyard is looking ahead by taking a creative approach to adapting ships

A perfect partner for building polar ships

A perfect partner for building polar ships
By Rebecca Gibson | 30 November 2020

Croatia’s Brodosplit shipyard is securing a growing number of orders for luxury expedition cruise vessels

Croatia’s Brodosplit shipyard is securing a growing number of orders for expedition cruise vessels

Taking a step towards zero emissions in Copenhagen

Taking a step towards zero emissions in Copenhagen
By Rebecca Gibson | 17 November 2020

Damen Shipyards Group helps Movia and Arriva Denmark to achieve a more sustainable public ferry service in Copenhagen by delivering five battery-powered vessels

 Damen Shipyards Group has helped to achieve a more sustainable public ferry service

Reducing fire risks with reliable protection

Reducing fire risks with reliable protection
By Rebecca Gibson | 06 November 2020

CBG Systems’ new RAC Plus lightweight fire insulation panels transform how ferry operators keep their guests and crew safe at sea while reducing operational costs

CBG Systems’ RAC Plus lightweight fire insulation panels are helping to safeguard passengers

Building for the future at the Port of Tarragona

Building for the future at the Port of Tarragona

Port of Tarragona

By Alex Smith | 03 November 2020

Work is progressing fast at the Port of Tarragona’s new Balears Wharf, which is expected to be operational by spring 2021

Work is progressing fast at the new Balears Wharf, which is set to open in spring 2021

How Ultramar found itself in the right place, at the right time

How Ultramar found itself in the right place, at the right time
By Alex Smith | 13 October 2020

A chance encounter led to the UK’s Wight Shipyard Co securing a historic ferry order from Mexican operator Ultramar, starting what is set to be a prosperous long-term partnership

A chance encounter led to the Wight Shipyard Co securing an order from Mexican operator Ultramar

Making new orders in challenging times

Making new orders in challenging times
By Justin Merrigan | 06 October 2020

Shipyards continue with construction projects and ferry operators place new orders despite the Covid-19 pandemic. Justin Merrigan reports

Justin Merrigan reports on the recent orders and construction projects for ferry operators

How lighting technology can enhance guest cabins

How lighting technology can enhance guest cabins
By Alex Smith | 05 October 2020

Light has a significant impact on guests’ well-being, according to lighting manufacturer L&S Italia

Light has a significant impact on guests’ well-being, according to lighting manufacturer L&S Italia

The secret weapon lying beneath flooring on passenger ships

The secret weapon lying beneath flooring on passenger ships
By Rebecca Gibson | 21 September 2020

F. Ball’s subfloor preparation products and adhesives play an essential role in keeping carpets and flooring onboard cruise ships in excellent condition

F. Ball’s subfloor preparation products and adhesives keep carpets and floors in excellent condition

Stronger together: Estonian Marine Initiative

Stronger together: Estonian Marine Initiative
By Alex Smith | 23 July 2020

Estonian Marine Initiative brings together eight companies who provide all the services passenger ship operators need to design, outfit and refurbish their vessels to the highest standard

The initiative is bringing together eight companies from across Estonia’s supply chain

Interior view: National Geographic Endurance

Interior view: National Geographic Endurance
By Jon Ingleton | 16 July 2020

Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic are partners in exploration, conservation and education. Jon Ingleton talks with Nikolaos Doulis about the latest addition to their fleet

Nikolaos Doulis discusses the latest addition to Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic’s fleet

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