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Lithium Werks’ Marine Technology Puts Safety First
Lithium Werks responds to news of battery fire aboard a ferry in Norway
Fuel Cells for Maritime Shipping
Freudenberg Sealing Technologies will act as a technology partner in the Pa-X-ell2 project, with the goal to develop a new generation of fuel cells for use on seagoing vessels.
Survitec inks deal for global distribution rights to pioneering evacuator system
Survitec has signed a partnership agreement with Netherlands-based manufacturer Evacuator Worldwide for the global distribution rights to the pioneering emergency descent...
Seahaven one of two Survitec products shortlisted for safety at Sea Awards
Survitec’s pioneering approach to safety within the maritime industry has been recognised by industry experts with two of its innovative products being shortlisted for the Safety at...
DNV-GL Type Approval for the Shipping Industry
Full speed ahead: the maritime classification society DNV-GL have Type Approved aentron GmbH, manufacturer of modular lithium-ion batteries for shipping, off-shore units, high speed...
Survitec managing director to hold press conference, details revealed
Baba Devani, managing director of Survitec, will with his marine division, hold a press conference on 5 June at Norhsipping 2019.
Conference topics for Seatrade Europe 2019 have been announced!
Here are the topics which will be discussed at this year's Seatrade Europe conference, taking place from 11-13 September 2019 at Hamburg Messe.
FLAGSHIPS project to deploy two hydrogen vessels
The European innovation project FLAGSHIPS has been awarded €5 million from the EU to support deploying two commercially operated zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell vessels in France...
BIO-UV Group secures Worldclass ballast water treatment order
Ultraviolet light water treatment pioneer BIO-UV Group has inked a contract to supply its BIO-SEA ballast water treatment system for installation aboard two Worldclass...
GE and Nedstack partnership sets sights on zero-emission cruise vessels
GE’s Power Conversion business and Nedstack, a leading fuel cell manufacturer, are collaborating on developing hydrogen fuel cell systems for powering zero-emission cruise vessels.
Ponant’s ambitions are grand, with the French expeditionary company expecting a fleet of 12 ships by 2021. With this rapid expansion, how will the company anticipate not only...
The devil and the deep blue sea
Cruise ships are no safe haven when it comes to sexual assault. As the prevalence of these incidents comes under fresh scrutiny in the post-#MeToo era, Abi Millar asks how cruise...
Galley of gastronomy
When it launches in 2020, Virgin Voyages’ Scarlet Lady will put paid to all the traditions associated with cruise dining. Elly Earls meets senior vice-president of hotel operations...
Artificial intelligence is becoming commonplace in many industries, and cruise operators are keen to adopt it as a means of enhancing passenger experience and streamlining...
The graveyards of giants
The average cruise ship has an estimated lifespan of 30 years. After that, many are destined for scrap yards in India or Bangladesh, while others go on to serve as museums, hotels...
Grey water poses a significant threat to vulnerable marine ecosystems, but there are no international regulations to prevent cruise ships from discharging it. Elly Earls finds out...
GTT notified by Hyundai Heavy Industries for the tank design of a new LNG Carrier for Thenamaris
GTT has received a order notification from the Korean shipyard Hyundai Heavy Industries
SunStone Ships inks deal for two more new-builds
SunStone Ships announced the signing of an agreement to build another two INFINITY Class vessels, signaling rapid adoption of the European designed, Chinese-built concept.