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Latest Cruise Industry Uodates - Week 22


Scanship wins AWP retrofit contract for cruise ship MV Corinthian
Scanship Holding ASA, through its subsidiary Scanship AS, has been awarded a retrofit contract by Grand Circle Corporation to deliver and install a Scanship AWP system on the MV Corinthian.

The cruise ship, originally built and launched in Italy 1990, is operated by Grand Circle Cruise Line. The Scanship system when installed, will purify all grey and black water according to IMO Marpol MEPC 227(64) including chapter 4.2 for special area where also nitrogen and phosphorus will be removed.

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Source: Nasdaq.com


Havana's Big Cruise Ambitions Could Be Too Much Too Fast
Since the first Miami-to-Havana cruise in decades sailed in 2016, operators have steadily waded back into the market.

Their entry has been slow by design even as demand stayed strong: Red tape, government approval, and limited physical capacity combined to keep Cuba a destination popular with cruisers but not yet overrun.

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Source: www.Skift.com

A golden age for the Med but ports need to prepare for the new generation of large ships
We are living in a golden age', remarked Airam Diaz Pastor addressing his first MedCruise General Assembly as president of the port association.

Over 140 member ports, destinations and service providers from across the Mediterranean and its adjoining seas gathered in Valletta heard Diaz Pastor list capacity growth, closer collaboration between MedCruise and the cruise lines, and with the EU, the amount of investment being spent on new port infrastructure across the Med, as positives.

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Source: www.seatrade-cruise.com
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