An iconic day for the cruise industry’s next iconic ship took place on Monday, June 14 when Royal Caribbean International marked the start of construction on its first Icon Class ship.
The first steel of “Explora I”, the first of four new-concept luxury cruise ships that Fincantieri is building for Explora Journeys, the new luxury brand of the cruises division of MSC Group, was cut yesterday.
The Mein Schiff 1 cruise ship has kicked off the cruise season at Ports of Stockholm. Despite the pandemic, Stockholm is still a top choice destination as cruise organisers slowly.
After a tumultuous year, the cruise industry has started showing some signs of getting back to business and an Italian cruise line has set the course for it.
Bureau Veritas is working with Carnival’s cruise brands, helping get ships back into operation, verifying safety and hygiene standards and measures onboard the global fleet.
In a historic move, Venice has banned all large cruises from sailing past its historic centre. This comes at a time when the cruise industry is already reeling under the pandemic effect.
A small ship for Japan – a big signal for shipbuilding in Papenburg! The major Japanese group NYK and MEYER WERFT have signed a contract for the construction of a new cruise ship.
Total and MSC Cruises officialised a supply agreement for approximately 45,000 tons per year of LNG to MSC Cruises’ upcoming LNG-powered cruise ships to make calls in the port of Marseille (France).
The tourism and shipping industry of Lakshadweep is up for a major change as the union territory has launched a cruise ship tourism venture