Shell will supply Carnival Cruise Line with liquefied natural gas (LNG) for North America’s first fully LNG-powered cruise ships.
GE’s Marine Solutions will upgrade its electronic controllers onboard P&O Cruises’ 77,499-tonne vessel Oceana.
Carnival Corporation plc is to install and certify Gas Cleaning Systems (EGCS) on 60 ships across its global fleet, meaning that it’s on course to equip more than 85 of its vessels through 2020.
Wärtsilä and Carnival Corporation are strengthening their efforts to maintain cruise ship safety and reliability with the signing of a new 12-year maintenance agreement for Carnival vessels.
MAN Diesel & Turbo has won the engine-supply contract from Fincantieri for newbuildings ordered by Costa Asia and P&O Cruises, Australia, part of the Carnival Corporation.
Meyer Werft is to build two new next-generation cruise ships for Costa Cruises, part of Carnival Corporation, which will be the world’s first to run on LNG, representing a major environmental breakthrough.
Meyer Werft and Meyer Turku are to build the first cruise ships to be powered by LNG at sea under a multi-billion euro contract with Carnival Corporation for four 180,000gt cruise ships.
Carnival Corp is to adopt Wärtsilä’s asset performance optimisiation solution across its fleet under a new partnership that will allow the power and automation company to test new technologies on the cruise conglomerate’s vessels.
Carnival Corp has split responsibility for nine next-generation ships between German shipbuilder Meyer Werft and Italian counterpart Fincanteri.
GE Power Conversion and Fincantieri have successfully delivered the ‘Costa Diadema’ cruise ship to Carnival Corporation, marking 10 years since the start of their shipbuilding relationship.
Reports in the US press suggest that cruise operator Carnival has agreed a deal with the Environmental Protection Agency and US Coast Guard that will exempt it from the 2015 ECA sulphur limits.
Cruise operator Carnival Corporation has signed an agreement with Swedish marine fuel system manufacturer Jowa Technology to install fuel switching equipment and provide training onboard Carnival's fleet.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) has ordered an Emsys advanced emissions monitoring system from WR Systems for two new vessels being built for Carnival’s AIDA cruise line.
The newest ship to be added to the Princess Cruises fleet, ‘Royal Princess’, was launched recently at Fincantieri’s Monfalcone shipyard.
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