Reframing the idea of kitchen waste onboard ferries

Reframing the idea of kitchen waste onboard ferries
By Maximilian Lichtenberg | 19 May 2022

Meiko’s waste management and dishwashing solutions ensure operational efficiency and pleasant passenger experiences onboard Color Line’s hybrid ferry

Meiko’s waste management and dishwashing solutions ensure efficiency and sustainability

How Danish Decoration is helping clients to achieve sustainability goals

How Danish Decoration is helping clients to achieve sustainability goals
By Tina Kjeldegaard | 18 May 2022

More passenger shipping operators are wanting to go green than ever before 

Taking back the sea for immersive adventures

Taking back the sea for immersive adventures
By Trond Sigurdsen | 17 May 2022

Cruise ship operators should seek inspiration from superyacht designers to create onboard spaces that will engender a connection between their guests and the sea

Cruise ship operators should seek inspiration from superyacht designers, says Trond Sigurdsen

Answering the cruise operators' call for sustainability

Answering the cruise operators' call for sustainability
By Lars Nupnau | 16 May 2022

Water treatment specialist RWO shares how technologies and regulations are helping cruise lines meet demand for green travel

Water treatment specialist RWO shares how technologies are enabling green travel

Funding influx for ferry projects in the USA

Funding influx for ferry projects in the USA

City of Berkeley

By Mary Scott Nabers | 13 May 2022

Strategic Partnerships’ Mary Scott Nabers outlines how cities, public transportation agencies and other organisations are improving ferry services across the USA with the help of federal funding

Mary Scott Nabers outlines how ferry services are being improved with federal funding

What’s new in the world of cruise ship interiors for 2022?

What’s new in the world of cruise ship interiors for 2022?
By Abigail McMahon | 11 May 2022

Elite Exhibitions identifies the biggest trends for cruise ship interiors this year and shares what to look out for at Cruise Ship Interiors Expo America in June

Elite Exhibitions identifies the biggest trends for cruise ship interiors this year

Getting back to normal in the UK cruise market

Getting back to normal in the UK cruise market
By Kate O'Hara | 11 May 2022

British ports are confident of a return to a more normal season in 2022, says Kate O'Hara

Offering a helping hand for shipbuilding

Offering a helping hand for shipbuilding

Incat Crowther

By Simon Johnson | 06 May 2022

Design house Incat Crowther shares how it can help operators to design new vessels, while shipbuilder Incat Tasmania outlines its vision for fast ferry fleets of the future

Incat Crowther and Incat Tasmania share how they can help design and build ships of the future

Meeting increased bandwidth demands at sea

Meeting increased bandwidth demands at sea
By Simon Maher | 03 May 2022

As the amount of data consumed onboard cruise ships increases dramatically, cruise lines require a connectivity solution that can continue to meet growing demand

Cruise lines require a connectivity solution that can continue to meet growing demand

A clean, green and convenient way to travel

A clean, green and convenient way to travel

Tallink Grupp

By Michael Grey | 08 April 2022

Michael Grey highlights why ferries are fast becoming a popular form of transport for people who are looking to travel in the wake of the pandemic

Michael Grey highlights why ferries are becoming a popular form of transport after the pandemic

Driving power grid growth and passenger upturn

Driving power grid growth and passenger upturn
By Mike Corrigan | 06 April 2022

Mike Corrigan, CEO of global trade association Interferry, calls for investment in shoreside electricity supply and explains the potential for the ferry industry to lead post-pandemic recovery

Mike Corrigan of Interferry calls for greater investment in shoreside electricity supply

How the Mediterranean is staying stronger together

How the Mediterranean is staying stronger together
By Figen Ayan | 29 March 2022

MedCruise will focus on sustainability and strengthening connectivity and collaboration between its port and associate members in 2022

MedCruise will focus on sustainability and collaboration between its members in 2022 

Leading the way in cruise collaboration and sustainability

Leading the way in cruise collaboration and sustainability

Port of Seattle

By Stephanie Jones Stebbins | 16 March 2022

The Port of Seattle has been central to resuming cruise operations across North America while also providing support for other ports and accelerating the industry’s focus on sustainability

The Port of Seattle has been central to resuming cruise operations across North America

De-risking decarbonisation is at the top of Wärtsilä’s agenda

De-risking decarbonisation is at the top of Wärtsilä’s agenda

Wärtsilä

By Maikel Arts | 08 February 2022

Reducing emissions in line with upcoming regulations and passenger expectations will not be an easy task for the cruise and ferry industry, but it’s one we can start making progress in today if we make de-risking decarbonisation a strategic priority

Maikel Arts explains how risk can be reduced in the process of lowering emissions

Making the move towards motorisation

Making the move towards motorisation
By Paul Pringle | 26 January 2022

Solarglide’s full turnkey service makes it easy for shipowners to capitalise on the multiple benefits of installing motorised blinds and curtains onboard their vessels

Paul Pringle of Solarglide explains the benefits of installing motorised blinds and curtains

Adapting to improve reservation and property management systems

Adapting to improve reservation and property management systems
By Sonja Berrang | 14 January 2022

Rescompany provides a one-stop-shop that caters for shipowners’ onshore and onboard operations

Rescompany provides a one-stop-shop that caters for shipowners’ onshore and onboard operations 

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