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Carnival Triumph to get makeover – change name

Carnival Cruise Line (CCL) is to spend nearly $200 mill on a bow-to-stern makeover on ‘Carnival Triumph’ in spring 2019. Following her refurbishment programme, she will join Carnival’s ‘Sunshine’ class and as the ‘Carnival Sunrise’. The two-month-long refurbishment [Read more...]

August 11th, 2018|

Silversea to be enhanced

As well as confirming that RCL had taken a majority stake in Silversea, both companies announced ‘Project Invictus’, a multi-year initiative to take Silversea’s ultra-luxury ships up to the next level. ‘Project Invictus’ enhancements range from product upgrades [Read more...]

August 11th, 2018|

BWS in one-stop-shop partnership

Blue Water Shipping (BWS) has signed an alliance agreement with Fowlco Marine Logistics Management in Freeport, Bahamas. BWS has arranged drydock facilities and drydock logistics for various cruise lines since 1999. With a full order book of new [Read more...]

July 14th, 2018|

Trimline takes delivery of spray booth

As part of Trimline's continuous improvement programme, the marine interior outfitter looked at manufacturing systems to give the company a broader range of capabilities. For example, Trimline has worked with spray booth & paint finishing manufacturer, Junair to [Read more...]

July 2nd, 2018|

Hurtigruten to upgrade another two ships

Hurtigruten’s ‘Richard With’ and ‘Nordlys’ are due to be upgraded by Fosen this year and next. Fosen CEO, Anders Straumsheim claimed in a statement that Fosen had won the contract in competition with foreign yards. Hurtigruten has undertaken [Read more...]

June 15th, 2018|