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Hudson River Maritime Museum offers solar boat cruises on July 4

Daily Freeman 01 Jul 2022
— The Hudson River Maritime Museum will offer one-hour cruises aboard the entirely solar-powered Solaris on July 4. The cruise travels along the ...
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Cruise Industry Faces Challenges of Sustainability and Crewing

The Maritime Executive 29 Jun 2022
“The cruise ...Going forward, I think cruising and other maritime sectors will employ a hybrid model using a combination of e-learning along with physical training centers for elements that require a presence or the interaction of teams in training,” says van Ree.
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Norwegian cruise hits iceberg near Alaska, no injuries reported

ABC7 28 Jun 2022
A Norwegian cruise ship has canceled its nine-night Alaskan trip after the ship crashed into an iceberg off of the Alaskan coast on Saturday ... "The ship was given clearance by the United States Coast Guard and other local maritime authorities to return to Seattle at reduced speed," a spokesperson for Norwegian Cruise Line said.
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Maritime Museum hosts ‘Twilight Tasting History Cruises’

Daily Freeman 27 Jun 2022
— The Hudson River Maritime Museum is hosting its “Twilight Tasting History Cruises” on Friday evenings aboard the Solaris, the museum’s solar-powered tour boat ... Each cruise focuses ...
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Swan Hellenic and Havila Make Progress Against Russian Sanctions

The Maritime Executive 27 Jun 2022
Two start-up cruise lines are reporting that they have been able to work around challenges created by the Russian sanctions ... The keel of the 370-foot cruise ship was laid down in December 2020 in Helsinki and the ship was ready for delivery when the sanctions intervened.
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Cost of SC port's scuttled cruise ship terminal plan comes ashore

The Post and Courier 27 Jun 2022
The public maritime agency said this month it had to take an $8.9 million write-off related to its decision to halt cruises that originate at its Union Pier Terminal at the end of Market Street ... The SPA decided to end its relationship with Carnival because the real estate at Union Pier has become too valuable to remain a cruise terminal.
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Wishes Do Come True: Disney Cruise Line Honors Make-A-Wish� Children as Godchildren of the Disney Wish

Victoria Advocate 24 Jun 2022
Disney Cruise Line redefines longstanding maritime tradition, continues to help grant even more life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses through newly announced initiatives ... Redefining the longstanding maritime tradition of appointing a ship "godmother," this is ...
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Crystal Cruises to Resume Operation in 2023 Under New Owners

The Maritime Executive 23 Jun 2022
Lefebvre d'Ovidio’s father a maritime lawyer, university professor, and entrepreneur had owned cargo ships and ferries in the Adriatic and in 1988 acquired a controlling interest in another pioneering cruise line, Sitmar, after the death of its founder Boris Vlasov ... Silversea Cruises had also partnered with V.Ships.
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Giant cruise ship’s maiden voyage may be to a scrapyardAn unfinished mega-liner that was to ...

Deccan Herald 21 Jun 2022
An unfinished mega-liner that was to be one of the world’s biggest cruise ships by capacity is sitting in a German shipyard, waiting to be scrapped, because bankruptcy administrators can’t find a buyer, according to cruise industry magazine An Bord ... demand for cruises ... cruise.
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NGOs and Industry Leaders Call for Minimum H2 Standard in FuelEU Regs

The Maritime Executive 20 Jun 2022
Viking Cruises, Transport & Environment, Siemens and other leading maritime businesses and NGOs have called on the EU to require a minimum share of hydrogen in the industry's fuel mix by 2030 ... FuelEU Maritime has attracted strong reactions from across the industry.
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Cruise industry reaches out to governments

Ekathimerini 16 Jun 2022
... and investments to match the industry’s commitment to accelerate the development and delivery of sustainable maritime fuels and technologies necessary to achieve net-zero carbon cruising by 2050.
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Havila Files Legal Actions to Free Cruise Ship from Russian Sanctions

The Maritime Executive 16 Jun 2022
Norway’s Havila Kystruten has begun legal actions to free its cruise ship caught under the sanctions against Russia and also protecting its interests in two additional cruise ships under construction in Norway ... The company has also filed a case in the British High Court seeking to force the change of ownership of its cruise ship.
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ACMF Board Confirms Maritime Senior Executives

The Maritime Executive 14 Jun 2022
Croston, also recent past President of the Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA), will bring years of experience in the maritime industry to a diverse board that includes academics and business executives ... The foundation also launched a unique maritime jobs platform exclusively for Caribbean nationals residing in the region.
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Cruise ship giant NCL is now offering cruises from Haifa port

The Jerusalem Post 13 Jun 2022
The international cruise ship giant NCL (Norwegian Cruise Line) is joining the competition for Israeli vacationers and will start sailing from Haifa for the first time in its history, Maariv has learned.  ... The local cruise market has been crowded and company owners are facing competitors like Mano Maritime and Royal Caribbean.

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