Building and refurbishment news, features and events

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 

Viking takes delivery of Viking Mars from Fincantieri

Viking takes delivery of Viking Mars from Fincantieri

Viking

By Alex Smith | 13 May 2022

The new cruise ship will sail to Valletta, Malta, ahead of its christening ceremony 

Explora Journeys celebrates the keel laying of Explora II

Explora Journeys celebrates the keel laying of Explora II

Explora Journeys

By Alice Chambers | 09 May 2022

The cruise line’s second ship is scheduled to be delivered in summer 2024

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

Thinking big: outfitting the world’s largest cruise ship

Thinking big: outfitting the world’s largest cruise ship

Gensler

By Alex Smith | 05 May 2022

MJM Marine’s team worked across 19 venues and seven decks as it helped to outfit Royal Caribbean International’s new Wonder of the Seas

MJM Marine worked across 19 venues to outfit Royal Caribbean’s Wonder of the Seas

 

ABB to supply propulsion for The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection ships

ABB to supply propulsion for The Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection ships

Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection

By Alex Smith | 29 April 2022

Two Azipod units will be delivered to Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard for mega yachts

TDoS establishes Viken Group and acquires Thalia Marine

TDoS establishes Viken Group and acquires Thalia Marine

Pexels/@cottonbro

By Alice Chambers | 28 April 2022

Firms will work both independently and collaboratively on maritime projects

YSA Design uses new modelling software for cruise ship design

YSA Design uses new modelling software for cruise ship design

YSA Design

By Alex Smith | 27 April 2022

Revit data-based tools and building information modelling have been used for initial ship design

Havila Voyages takes delivery of Havila Castor

Havila Voyages takes delivery of Havila Castor

Havila Voyages

By Alex Smith | 26 April 2022

The new ship is the second to join the Norwegian cruise line’s fleet on the Bergen to Kirkenes route

Seabourn Pursuit moved to T. Mariotti shipyard for final outfitting

Seabourn Pursuit moved to T. Mariotti shipyard for final outfitting

Seabourn

By Alex Smith | 22 April 2022

The cruise line’s second expedition ship is scheduled to join the fleet in 2023

An essential partner for cruise and ferry operators

An essential partner for cruise and ferry operators
By Mark Henderson | 22 April 2022

Magicman’s repair and restoration services can help cruise and ferry operators to preserve the original designs of their interior spaces and keep their vessels in pristine condition

Magicman’s repair and restoration services can help preserve interior spaces

PT Kim Seah Shipyard Indonesia starts building Guadeloupe ferry

PT Kim Seah Shipyard Indonesia starts building Guadeloupe ferry

Incat Crowther

By Alex Smith | 14 April 2022

The shipbuilder will use Incat Crowther’s Digital Shipbuilding solution for new CTM Deher ferry

Building sustainably, one ship at a time

Building sustainably, one ship at a time
By Michele Witthaus | 13 April 2022

In this edition of the Green List, Michele Witthaus looks at how operators, naval architects, designers, shipyards and classification societies are improving the sustainability profile of contemporary passenger ships

CFR’s Green List explores how companies are improving the sustainability of new passenger vessels

Harland & Wolff to drydock for P&O Cruises and Cunard

Harland & Wolff to drydock for P&O Cruises and Cunard

Harland & Wolff

By Alice Chambers | 13 April 2022

The projects will be carried out in Belfast and demonstrate the shipyard's expertise in cruise ships

Scandlines celebrates steel-cutting ceremony at Cemre shipyard

Scandlines celebrates steel-cutting ceremony at Cemre shipyard

Scandlines

By Alice Chambers | 11 April 2022

The brand’s new zero-emission ferry will operate between Puttgard, Germany, and Rødby, Denmark

Royal Caribbean International begins construction of new vessel

Royal Caribbean International begins construction of new vessel

Bernard Bigger, Chantiers de l’Atlantique

By Alice Chambers | 11 April 2022

A steel-cutting ceremony for Utopia of the Seas took place at Chantiers de l’Atlantique on 8 April

Swan Hellenic to name third expedition ship SH Diana

Swan Hellenic to name third expedition ship SH Diana

Swan Hellenic

By Alex Smith | 08 April 2022

Construction is continuing on the new vessel at Helsinki Shipyard in Finland ahead of 2023 launch

Lindblad Expeditions to add former Crystal Esprit to fleet

Lindblad Expeditions to add former Crystal Esprit to fleet

Lindblad Expeditions

By Alice Chambers | 07 April 2022

National Geographic Islander II will depart for its inaugural voyage on 18 August 2022

Almaco outfits catering and accommodation areas for Viking Glory

Almaco outfits catering and accommodation areas for Viking Glory

Almaco Group

By Alex Smith | 06 April 2022

Work was carried out successfully despite the health and logistical challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic

Meyer Turku lays keel for Royal Caribbean’s Icon of the Seas

Meyer Turku lays keel for Royal Caribbean’s Icon of the Seas

Royal Caribbean International

By Alex Smith | 06 April 2022

A ceremony at the Finnish shipyard marked the start of the ship’s construction

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