Navantia sees dockings increase

‘Celebrity Infinity’ has arrived at Navantia’s Cadiz shipyard to undergo an extensive drydocking. During her 16-day docking, ‘Celebrity Infinity’ will receive be fitted with new valves, undergo hull repairs, the renewal of propellers and stabilisers, and a new coating, the Crew Center has reported. According [Read more...]

2021-02-26T21:28:58+00:00 February 26th, 2021|Refurbishment|

New look for ‘Pacific Encounter’

Now sporting P&O Cruises Australia livery and funnel logo, ‘Pacific Encounter’, ex ‘Star Princess’, left a Singapore shipyard recently. Each of the P&O funnel logos is 20 m wide and 8 m high. She was also fitted-out with many of the Australian cruise line’s favourite [Read more...]

2021-02-12T19:20:21+00:00 February 12th, 2021|Refurbishment|

Forsea Ferries opts for Thordon’s bearings

Thordon Bearings is to retrofit its grease-free ThorPlas-Blue bearings to ForSea Ferries’ ‘Tycho Brahe’, during her next scheduled drydocking. This contract follows the success of the bearing installation to the bow doors of ‘Aurora’, the first of two battery-operated ferries converted by Sweden’s Oresund Drydocks [Read more...]

2020-11-14T15:07:31+00:00 November 14th, 2020|Refurbishment|

Bolidt back on track

The lifting of the US ‘No-Sail Order’ puts cruise shipbuilding back on track and activities at resin applications specialist Bolidt have quickly ramped up in response, the company revealed. In what represents a significant step forward for the cruise industry, the US Centres for Disease [Read more...]

2020-11-14T15:04:51+00:00 November 14th, 2020|Refurbishment|