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Increased COVID-19 on cruise ships

There has been a recent increase in the number of cruise passengers traveling around Australia testing positive of COVID-19. It is reported by Jim Walker in his Cruise Law News on 27th November that “Queen Elizabeth cruise ship is [Read more...]

November 28th, 2022|

Suicide on “Wonder of the Seas”

On November 13th a galley steward died on the Wonder of the Seas, an Oasis-class cruise ship owned and operated by Royal Caribbean International. A source said the crew member “apparently died of suicide and left a note [Read more...]

November 23rd, 2022|

Fighting vehicle fires at sea

For over six months, Finnish ferry company Wasaline has co-operated with Finnish fire safety companies, Firesea Equipment and Rescue Team Scandinavia to find new solutions to fight vehicle fires at sea. Together with other shipping companies, Wasaline has [Read more...]

October 28th, 2022|

SQLearn joins CLIA

Piraeus-based maritime training CBT provider, SQLearn has joined Cruise Line International Association (CLIA) as a Gold Executive Partner. SQLearn offers cruise ships crew STCW basic training courses, which are offered through fully interactive e-learning courses, designed and developed by the company. [Read more...]

October 13th, 2022|

Lloyd’s Register approves NAPA Stability

NAPA Stability, the Finnish software company’s new stability management software for passenger vessels, has been approved by class society Lloyd’s Register (LR). This system has now received type approval from both LR and DNV, which are the only class societies [Read more...]

October 13th, 2022|

Havila promotes new ship tunnel

Havila Kystruten has promoted the building of the Norwegian Stad ship tunnel by holding a one day conference on board the ‘Havila Castor’. Stad ship tunnel (Stad Skipstunnel) is a huge project led by the Norwegian Coastal Administration [Read more...]

September 28th, 2022|