Crystal Cruises luxury cruise ship, Crystal Serenity, has embarked on a 32-day journey through the Northwest Passage, the Arctic region north of Canada that was unattainable until just 100 years ago.
Foreship announced that it has started Polar Code projects with Crystal Cruises and Scenic for the construction of its luxury ships. Both ships are Polar Code vessels with PC6 ice class and will be based on Foreship project design.
Rutter Inc.has announced that Crystal Cruises has selected the sigma S6 Small Target Surveillance (STS) and Ice Navigator™ systems for the planned Arctic summer cruise in 2016 of the Crystal Serenity. This summer’s voyage will be the world’s first luxury cruise liner to sail from the Pacific to the Atlantic Ocean via the Canadian Northwest Passage.
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