Cruise Ship Repairs Start at Harland & Wolff; Yard Eyes New builds

Two massive cranes at the Harland and Wolff dockyard. Harland & Wolff is surging back onto the cruise ship repair scene as the ship repair facility is hosting a trio of Viking ships, the Sky, Sun and Sea, in Belfast Since acquiring Harland and Wolff in December 2019, the new Harland & Wolff team hasContinue reading “Cruise Ship Repairs Start at Harland & Wolff; Yard Eyes New builds”

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Carnival Corp ‘still excited’ about Iona despite launch delay

Carnival Corporation is “still excited” about new P&O Cruises ship Iona, despite its launch being delayed by the coronavirus crisis. The cruise giant also confirmed it was engaged in conversations with shipyards about potential delays and cancellations. Chief executive Arnold Donald said: “This virus has been devastating for the travel and tourism industry. Most ofContinue reading “Carnival Corp ‘still excited’ about Iona despite launch delay”

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SunStone’s Ocean Victory Launched in China

SunStone Ships has launched its second Infinity-class newbuild as the Ocean Victory was introduced at the Haimen Shipyard in China earlier this week. The vessel is set to be delivered in later this year on a split charter deal that will see Albatros operate the vessel in Antarctica and Victory Cruise Lines operate the ship inContinue reading “SunStone’s Ocean Victory Launched in China”

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