Prevention and preparedness in a pandemic

Prevention and preparedness in a pandemic

MSC Cruises

By Andreas Ullrich | 20 April 2021

Bureau Veritas’ new class notations are tailored to the needs of the maritime industry as they aim to make ships safe during the Covid-19 pandemic

Bureau Veritas’ new class notations are tailored to the needs of the maritime industry

Why the ferry's industry's pandemic response fuels hopes for future

Why the ferry's industry's pandemic response fuels hopes for future

Archipelago Philippines Ferries/FastCat

By Mike Corrigan | 31 March 2021

Interferry CEO Mike Corrigan suggests that the global trade association and its members can draw some comfort from the evolving reactions to unprecedented challenges

Interferry's members can draw comfort from the evolving reactions to unprecedented challenges

Developing the new protocols for a ‘new normal’

Developing the new protocols for a ‘new normal’
By Jens Skrede | 25 January 2021

Europe’s diversity and year-round opportunities, coupled with pioneering cruise lines, could speed up the return to normality of the continent’s cruise industry

Europe’s diversity and year-round opportunities could speed up the return to normality

Putting safety first at the port of Ras al Khaimah

Putting safety first at the port of Ras al Khaimah
By Raki Phillips | 22 January 2021

Raki Phillips explains how Ras al Khaimah is preparing for the return of cruise tourism following the pandemic

Raki Phillips explains how the port is preparing for the return of cruise tourism

Taking a proactive approach to cruising

Taking a proactive approach to cruising
By Alex Smith | 21 January 2021

Josep Maria Cruset explains how the Port of Tarragona is still looking to the future while adapting to the new challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic

Josep Maria Cruset explains how the Port of Tarragona is still looking to the future

Building a proud legacy of saving lives at sea

Building a proud legacy of saving lives at sea

Survitec

By Izzy George | 15 January 2021

Izzy George explains how Survitec's life rafts have helped to revolutionise safety at sea over the past century

Izzy George explains how Survitec has revolutionised safety at sea over the past century

Rebuilding passenger confidence after Covid-19

Rebuilding passenger confidence after Covid-19
By Gina Amies | 13 January 2021

Beadlight’s LED lighting and air cleaning units will help to prepare their ships for guests returning after the Covid-19 pandemic

Beadlight’s LED lighting and air cleaning units will help to prepare their ships for guests’ return

Preparing Australia for a stronger cruising future

Preparing Australia for a stronger cruising future
By Jill Abel | 07 January 2021

The Australian Cruise Association has been collaborating with its members and other partners to improve Australia’s port infrastructure and develop plans for safely resuming cruising

The Australian Cruise Association and its members have worked to improve port infrastructure

Preparing for a successful new year of cruising

Preparing for a successful new year of cruising
By Claus Bødker | 05 January 2021

Cruise Baltic’s 30 ports and destination members are developing new protocols to ensure they can safely welcome cruise ships and their guests in March next year

Cruise Baltic’s members are developing protocols to ensure they can safely welcome cruise ships

Is the UK's proposed Irish Sea bridge a bridge too far?

Is the UK's proposed Irish Sea bridge a bridge too far?

Google Maps

By Michael Grey | 23 December 2020

Michael Grey outlines why ferry services offer a more flexible and cost-effective option for transporting people between Northern Ireland and Scotland than UK Government’s proposed bridge across the Irish Sea

Why ferry services offer a better option for travel between Northern Ireland and Scotland

Turning to remote prefabrication for superstructures

Turning to remote prefabrication for superstructures

Almaco

By Jussi Laimi | 18 December 2020

Jussi Laimi of Almaco discusses the advantages of the new model for shipbuilders

Smart thinking for sustainable cruise ship design

Smart thinking for sustainable cruise ship design
By Per Eriksson | 10 December 2020

Partnering with design companies can help cruise operators to ensure their ships are designed in a socially, environmentally and economically sustainable way

Partnering with design companies can help operators ensure their ships are designed sustainably

The commercial threat lurking below the waterline

The commercial threat lurking below the waterline
By Markus Hoffman | 09 December 2020

Biofouling accumulation could have a devastating impact on fuel consumption when sailing resumes

Time for the ferry industry to build on good intentions

Time for the ferry industry to build on good intentions
By Johan Roos | 07 December 2020

With fast-approaching International Maritime Organization deadlines on greenhouse gas reductions, the ferry industry needs to act now

Operators needs to act now to meet fast-approaching International Maritime Organization deadlines

Sustainability and hygiene drive materials demand

Sustainability and hygiene drive materials demand

YSA Design

By Fabiana Dornelas | 07 December 2020

YSA Design’s Fabiana Dornelas discusses the latest material trends in cruising

YSA Design’s Fabiana Dornelas discusses the latest material trends in cruising

Balancing exceptional design against safe function

Balancing exceptional design against safe function
By Zach Norris | 03 December 2020

Cruise industry members face the challenge of keeping passengers and crew safe while delivering ships with stylish interiors and uninterrupted experiences

The cruise industry faces the challenge of keeping passengers safe while delivering stylish interiors

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