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RMC firms up ropax order

Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) and Kvarken Link have signed a construction contract to build a new Vaasa/Umeå ferry, following a letter of intent agreed just over a week ago. The construction agreement calls for the building of a [Read more...]

January 28th, 2019|

AD Associates to lead Crystal Cruises new design

AD Associates has been appointed to lead the initial planning, feasibility studies and concept design for Crystal Cruises’, new ‘Diamond’ class ships. ‘Crystal Diamond’ represents Crystal Cruises’ first ocean-going, newbuilding since 2003 and is scheduled to join the [Read more...]

January 13th, 2019|

Oceania orders two ‘Allura’ class ships

Oceania Cruises, the upper-premium subsidiary of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings (NCLH) has ordered two new ships from Fincantieri. The contract price for each of the two vessels is around €575 mill per ship. Oceania has obtained export credit [Read more...]

January 13th, 2019|

Pampa Cruises acquires cruise ship

Argentine-based newcomer, Pampa Cruises, was believed to have chartered the 1975-built former Soviet cruise ferry ‘Gruziya’, now called ‘Salamis Filoxenia’, in place of its original target - her sistership ‘Delphin’. She will be renamed ‘Arrecife’ for the duration [Read more...]

December 17th, 2018|

Funchal sold at Auction

According to Portuguese news outlets, the 1961-built cruise ship ‘Funchal’ has been sold at an auction. She was reportedly sold at an auction recently to an undisclosed buyer, after four bids were lodged for the 524 pax vessel. [Read more...]

December 17th, 2018|

‘AIDAnova’ delivered

AIDA Cruises took deliveryof the LNG powered ‘AIDAnova’ from the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg on 12th December, 2018. The formal commissioning of this innovative prototype of a new generation of AIDA ships was attended by Michael Thamm, [Read more...]

December 17th, 2018|

TT-Line orders ropax in China

Germany-based ferry company, TT-Line has placed an order for a dual fuel LNG powered ferry at Chinese shipyard Jiangsu Jinling. The contract includes an option for another ropax and calls for the delivery of the first vessel in 2022. Following [Read more...]

December 17th, 2018|