Marine operations news, features and events

Carnival Cruise Line trials new Covid-rule solution for embarkment process

Carnival Cruise Line trials new Covid-rule solution for embarkment process

Carnival Cruise Line 

By Alice Chambers | 24 January 2022

VeriFly will be used by guests boarding Mardi Gras from Port Canaveral on 29 January 2022

Feature: Protecting passengers and crew at sea

Feature: Protecting passengers and crew at sea

iStock

By Rebecca Gibson | 20 January 2022

Rebecca Gibson explores some of the major health and safety challenges facing the passenger shipping industry, as well as some of the products and services that are helping operators to protect their ships, passengers and crew

CFR shares products and services that are helping operators to overcome health and safety challenges

Shipping security: how Speedcast combats cyberattacks

Shipping security: how Speedcast combats cyberattacks
By Elly Yates-Roberts | 17 January 2022

Santiago Jaramillo of Speedcast tells Elly Yates-Roberts how cybercrime can affect cruise and ferry operators, and how Speedcast is there to help 

Santiago Jaramillo explains how cybercrime can affect cruise and ferry operators

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 

Titan LNG secures tender to supply LNG for Corsica Linea in Marseille

Titan LNG secures tender to supply LNG for Corsica Linea in Marseille

Corsica Linea

By Alice Chambers | 14 January 2022

The fuel will be supplied to Corsica’s new ro-pax ferry, which begins sea trials in May 2022

Ensuring passenger safety in the United Arab Emirates

Ensuring passenger safety in the United Arab Emirates
By Rebecca Gibson | 13 January 2022

AD Ports Group has implemented multiple measures to safeguard the health of cruise tourists visiting Abu Dhabi

AD Ports Group has implemented measures to protect the health of cruise tourists visiting Abu Dhabi

Why the human element is still essential when managing cruise ships

Why the human element is still essential when managing cruise ships
By Elly Yates-Roberts | 12 January 2022

Dickson Chin from Wallem Ship Agency explains the value of ship agents and how their role may change in the future

Dickson Chin from Wallem Ship Agency explains the value and role of ship agents

Twice the fun in Jamaica with more immersive experiences

Twice the fun in Jamaica with more immersive experiences
By Michele Witthaus | 10 January 2022

Although Jamaica has five highly diverse cruise ports, cruise lines have traditionally only visited one per itinerary. William Tatham tells Michele Witthaus how that’s set to change as several cruise lines plan double calls

William Tatham explains how cruise lines can make double calls at five Jamaican cruise ports

PSW to provide shore power system for cruise ships in Haugesund

PSW to provide shore power system for cruise ships in Haugesund

Karmsund Hanv

By Alice Chambers | 07 January 2022

The new high-voltage power system will be delivered to the Norwegian port by the end of 2022

Engineering for a sustainable future with selective catalytic reactors

Engineering for a sustainable future with selective catalytic reactors
By Alex Smith | 23 December 2021

A comprehensive engineering project led by TecnoVeritas has ensured that Mystic Cruises’ Vasco de Gama could continue to meet emissions standards for years to come

TecnoVeritas has ensured that Mystic Cruises’ vessel meets emissions standards

Fuelling the future of the cruise industry with sustainable choices

Fuelling the future of the cruise industry with sustainable choices
By Andreas Ullrich | 21 December 2021

Bureau Veritas is leading efforts to develop rules for fuels that help to reduce the environmental impact of passenger shipping

Bureau Veritas is helping to reduce the environmental impact of shipping with new fuel rules

Tersan Shipyard launches Havila Polaris and Havila Pollux

Tersan Shipyard launches Havila Polaris and Havila Pollux

Tersan Shipyard

By Alice Chambers | 20 December 2021

The passenger vessels will be used for Havila Voyages’ Norwegian coastal routes

LNG bunkering possible at Hong Kong’s Kai Tak Cruise Terminal

LNG bunkering possible at Hong Kong’s Kai Tak Cruise Terminal

Worldwide Cruise Terminals

By Alice Chambers | 17 December 2021

Worldwide Cruise Terminals received results of preliminary study by BV Solutions

MJM Marine partners with Ilimex to introduce air sterilisers

MJM Marine partners with Ilimex to introduce air sterilisers

MJM Marine

By Alex Smith | 10 December 2021

The two companies have collaborated to adapt the units for the marine industry

Incat Crowther designs electric hybrid ferry for Fullers360

Incat Crowther designs electric hybrid ferry for Fullers360

Incat Crowther

By Alice Chambers | 09 December 2021

The vessel’s system will consist of four electric motors capable of reaching speeds of 28 knots

Use of onshore power systems increases in Baltic Sea

Use of onshore power systems increases in Baltic Sea

Rostock Port/nordlich

By Alice Chambers | 08 December 2021

Cruise Baltic study looks at the uptake of the technology by ports and global cruise lines

Heineken partners with cruise companies for sustainability initiative

Heineken partners with cruise companies for sustainability initiative

Heineken

By Alex Smith | 22 November 2021

The ‘2030 Brew a Better World’ programme will include waste reduction and non-alcoholic options

iconsys launches new ship-to-shore power solution for passenger ferries

iconsys launches new ship-to-shore power solution for passenger ferries

iconsys

By Rebecca Gibson | 16 November 2021

Technology will cut emissions in ports, helping to support the decarbonisation of the marine sector

Supporting the cruise industry’s transition to decarbonisation

Supporting the cruise industry’s transition to decarbonisation
By Rebecca Gibson | 12 November 2021

TotalEnergies has chartered a fleet of bunker vessels and provides a range of lubricant solutions and services to help the cruise industry move to LNG-powered ships

TotalEnergies provides bunker vessels and lubricant solutions to help the move to LNG-powered ships

Foreship provides infographic guide to Carbon Intensity Indicator

Foreship provides infographic guide to Carbon Intensity Indicator

Foreship

By Alex Smith | 11 November 2021

The rating scheme is a part of the International Maritime Organization’s new regulatory framework

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