MSC to expand South African operations

MSC Cruises has released more details of its planned R200 mill dedicated Durban cruise terminal. The company uses Durban as a homeport each year during the winter season. Durban Cruise Terminal will replace the current N-shed passenger terminal, which the company said was outdated and [Read more...]

2019-09-13T20:47:14+00:00 September 13th, 2019|Ports|

Eden unveils new cruise jetty

Eden, New South Wales, has welcomed the opening of a new cruise jetty. The Eden breakwater wharf extension will play host to the ‘Pacific Explorer’, which is scheduled to arrive with more than 2,000 passengers on 15th September, local reports said. She will be followed [Read more...]

2019-08-18T20:48:05+00:00 August 18th, 2019|Ports|

Consortium wins Cayman Islands cruise terminal bid

Last month, the Cayman Islands tourism ministry awarded the cruise and cargo port project tender to the McAlpine-led consortium, Verdant Isle Port Partners. The island’s Premier, Alden McNee McLaughlin Jr, MBE said when making the announcement that no contracts would be signed before 1st October [Read more...]

2019-08-18T20:46:39+00:00 August 18th, 2019|Ports|

Trelleborg replaces Langkawi berth fenders

After over a decade of facilitating the berthing of visiting cruise ships, Trelleborg’s marine and infrastructure operation has replaced the existing fenders, installed in 1997, at Star Cruises Langkawi Jetty, with itsSuper Cone Fenders (SCN).   Located on the south coast of Langkawi, some 30 km [Read more...]

2019-06-30T14:54:04+00:00 June 30th, 2019|Ports|

Berenblum designs Uragashira cruise terminal

Berenblum Busch Architects (BBA) has unveiled the designs for Carnival Corp's first cruise terminal in Japan. To be located at Sasebo, Uragashira Cruise Terminal will support the Japanese government's plans to develop its ports, as well as the continually increasing number of cruise travelers in [Read more...]

2019-05-20T09:42:16+00:00 May 20th, 2019|Ports|