Sustainable Maritime Interiors - 2022 Report

35 Princess Cruises says that since 2006, it has “achieved and maintained certification to the ISO 14001 Environmental Management System standard. This voluntary programme defines clear environmental goals and establishes strict lines of responsibility and accountability for adhering to policies and procedures.” Seabourn states: “We manage the environmental aspects of our operations through our ISO 14001:2015-certified Environmental Management System (EMS). The EMS provides a framework for the fleet’s interactions with the environment.” Celestyal Cruises says it is certified for consistent quality in accordance with the ISO 9001 standard and also with ISO 14001. Disney Cruise Line says: “Our goal is for all facilities to participate in the Higg index or maintain a sustainable manufacturing certification by 2030.” At the individual ship level, Costa Cruises says of its vessel Costa Firenze: “The ship was constructed also with sustainability in mind: Costa Firenze’s excellent environmental performance was recognised by RINA (international certification body) through the award of Green Star 3, a voluntary notation that includes the main aspects related to the environmental impact of a ship, each of which must meet very rigorous protection and prevention requirements.” AIDA Cruises reports that AIDAnova was awarded the Blue Angel in 2019 “for its environmentally friendly ship design.” Ponant says that in 2020, 100 per cent of its fleet had “either the Cleanship or the Cleanship Super label, the highest Bureau Veritas classification.” “ Our mission is to continually improve our sustainability culture through fresh innovation, progressive education and open collaboration” Frank J. Del Rio, President and Chief Executive Officer, Oceania Cruises