Cruises to somewhere are making a long-awaited comeback in Singapore when Spectrum of the Seas begins cruising to popular destinations in Malaysia as soon as 30th June.
The first cruise vessel in over two years has departed from Sydney Harbour. P&O’s Pacific Explorer set sail from the White Bay Cruise Terminal in Balmain at 4 pm for a four-night trip to and from Brisbane.
DNV has awarded the Norwegian technology provider HAV Group ASA preliminary approval for its hydrogen-based energy system.
The Bermuda Triangle is situated in the western part of the North Atlantic Ocean. A travel agency is now inviting guests to take a trip to the region.
Viking Mars”, the newest ocean cruise ship which Fincantieri is building for the shipowner Viking, has been deliveredtoday at the shipyard in Ancona. The unit will be placed in the small cruise ship segment.
The Seychelles is an important cruise tourism destination. Screening checkpoints for passengers and their baggage are key in ensuring the safety and security of international ports.
Ambitious Norwegian cruise company Northern Xplorer (NX) aims to make a splash with sustainable cruising for thinking travellers, using eco-friendly ships powered by batteries and hydrogen fuel cells.
Sarbananda Sonowal, the country’s union minister for ports, shipping, and waterways, mentioned on Thursday that cruise traffic in India will be able to grow 10 times over the next decade.
After the cruise industry’s two-year lockdown, the first vessel has once again sailed back into Canada’s waters. Cruise vessels saw the direst outbreaks early on in the pandemic, with epic, crushing outcomes for the sector.
The maritime industry has a goal to reduce emissions, with targets of 40% by 2030 and 70% by 2050, settled by IMO. The cruise vessels need to play a role in the future greener shipping.