The USCG Cruise Ship National Center of Expertise has issued a newsletter to provide latest updates of the cruise industry and to inform about the upcoming regulatory enforcement for 2016.
CLIA released the 2016 State of the Cruise Industry Outlook, revealing global cruise travel is continuing to grow and evolve at a record pace.
Carnival Corporation reports fuel efficiency and lower carbon emissions
The first of four MSC Cruises ships was physically extended by 24 metres under the watchful gaze of international journalists
Liquiline and Fjord Line have entered into a contract on design, construct and commission an LNG ship bunkering terminal for Fjord Line
European bank approves loan for LNG investment
The 9th GreenPort Congress will therefore focus on improving the relationship between the ports, its users, customers and stakeholders, who will all be involved in the programme.
Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ modern new-build has become the first cruise ship in the world to be awarded independent EEDI certification by Germanischer Lloyd as part of an official handover.
Carnival invests $180 million on exhaust scrubbers to reduce cruise ship fuel exhaust
The cruise industry has a vested interest in protecting our oceans around the world. Members of the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) are dedicated to enhancing their environmental programs and practices to help conserve our global waters.
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