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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 [Read more...]

June 30th, 2019|Ports|

Sirena returns from refit

Oceania Cruise has taken redeliveryof the‘Sirena’ from drydock, as part of the $100 mill brand enhancement programme. With 342 new staterooms and suites along with transformed public spaces, the ‘Sirena’ is has undergone some additional refinements, compared to [Read more...]

June 30th, 2019|Refurbishment|

Trimline attends to‘Seabourn Odyssey’

Trimline and Seabourn Cruises recently teamed up again on the ‘Seabourn Odyssey’s’ refurbishment programme.   During a 10-day drydocking in Genoa,an 180-strong Trimline team, specialists in flooring, joinery, decoration, upholstery, plumbing, tiling, electrical and fine finishing, enhanced every [Read more...]

June 28th, 2019|Refurbishment|

Carnival on sustainability

Despite agreeing a $20 mill deal with US federal prosecutors as settlement for allegedlyviolating its probation oncharges of causing pollution, Carnival Corp painted a bright picture in its ninth annual sustainability report recently published. The report details the [Read more...]

June 28th, 2019|Safety|

‘Columbus’ damaged by underwater object

On 20th June, CMV’s cruise ship ‘Columbus’ was still languishing in Damen’s Rotterdam Schiedam drydock undergoing emergency rudder repairs. She reported hitting an unidentified submerged object on 30th May while sailing from Amsterdam, bound for Norwegian Fjords. The [Read more...]

June 28th, 2019|Safety|