- eMaritime Group Busy Conducting Onboard Bridge Team ECDIS Audits
- Fate of IMO’s Ballast Water Convention to be decided at MEPC 71, says Coldharbour CEO
- Global Maritime Appoints Indonesia Country Manager
- Milestone on route to fairway adjustment
- Flags fly high as ABP’s Ports of Ipswich and Lowestoft celebrate Suffolk Day
- Reederei Hamburger Lloyd Chooses Sealink Plus VSAT for Container Ship and Bulker Fleet
- John Hadley joins the Chelsom board as Marine Director
- Corvus Energy wins top BC technology innovation award
- Caspian success sees ATR unveil new facilities and staff in Kazakhstan
- Rolls-Royce, Aviall agree contract to support AE defence engines for global fleet sustainment
Ferries and Cruises
The newest addition to London’s river bus transport network is today making its almost 200 nautical mile maiden journey to the Capital from the Isle of Wight. Joining the MBNA Thames Clippers fleet, Mercury Clipper, is the first of two new boats that will enter service in London this summer.
Rolls-Royce has received an order for four B33:45L diesel engines to power the world’s largest hybrid ferry being built for the Norwegian cruise and transport company Color Line.
Europe's first inland waterway passenger vessel with gas propulsion scheduled for service from 2019.
Lake Constance public utility and engine-maker take industry lead.
Cooperation agreement for two-year trial.
Global infrastructure services firm AECOM has been appointed to manage and supervise the site investigation works for a new cruise liner terminal for Liverpool City Council.
Finnish manufacturer of heavy duty electric drivetrains Visedo is focused on hastening the transition to hybrid and electric marine vessels, including ferries, across the Asia Pacific region with the opening of a new office in Hong Kong.
This year’s cruise shipping season opens in Kiel on April 9th with a call by “AIDAcara”. Up to the middle of October 28 different cruise ships will berth in the port a total of 142 times while up to half a million passengers are expected to go ashore or embark.