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Port Canaveral receives LNG bunker vessel

‘Q-LNG 4000’, a ship-to-ship articulated tug and LNG bunker barge (ATB), has arrived at Port Canaveral. The purpose-built ATB was designed, engineered, and internationally and US certificated to provide ship-to-ship transfers of LNG as a fuel, especially to cruise [Read more...]

March 12th, 2021|

Miami terminal expansion project kicks off

Carnival Cruise Line and PortMiami held a groundbreaking ceremony for Terminal F’s expansion project at the end of January. This terminal will serve as the homeport for ‘Carnival Celebration’, the company’s next Excel-class ship. Currently under construction in [Read more...]

February 12th, 2021|

Hamina joins Cruise Baltic

The Finnish port of Hamina has joined the Cruise Baltic network. Hamina brings the total number of cruise ports and destinations to 31, the highest number thus far. The port is located on the Finnish coast about 145 [Read more...]

January 26th, 2021|

Portland UK freezes fees

UK’s Portland Port has frozen its fees for this year after the country has been heavily impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Ian McQuade, Commercial General Manager at Portland Port, said “Portland Port acknowledges the significant challenges faced by [Read more...]

January 26th, 2021|

Sunderland eyeing cruise ships

The latest Cruise Britain member, the UK’s Northeast Port of Sunderland, is exploring the possibility of welcoming cruise ships. “Moving into the cruise and passenger ship market will allow the Port to fully utilise existing infrastructure, bringing ships [Read more...]

January 26th, 2021|

Southampton to build fifth cruise terminal

MSC Cruises has signed a long term commercial partnership with ABP Southampton, which includes a commitment to build a fifth passenger terminal. Southampton is Europe’s leading cruise turnaround port, and the UK’s number one departure port. The new [Read more...]

November 28th, 2020|