Cruise

  • Ships Monthly Nov 2019 out now

    Ships Monthly Nov 2019 out now

    17th October 2019

    Ships Monthly November 2019 The latest isues of the international shipping magazine has the following features: W.B. Yeats Profile – Profile of Irish Ferries’ new vessel W. B. Yeats, which has spent a first summer running from Dublin to Cherbourg…

  • Ships Monthly October 2019 issue out now

    Ships Monthly October 2019 issue out now

    19th September 2019

    The latest news and views from the shipping world can be found in the October 2019 issue of Ships Monthly. Available here: https://shop.kelsey.co.uk/subscription/SMO The main features are: AURORA – A look at the popular cruise ship Aurora, which switched from…

  • First hybrid powered ship Roald Amundsen completes Northwest Passage

    First hybrid powered ship Roald Amundsen completes Northwest Passage

    18th September 2019

    In mid-September Hurtigruten’s groundbreaking expedition cruise ship Roald Amundsen became the first battery-hybrid powered ship to ever traverse the legendary Northwest Passage. As Roald Amundsen arrived at Nome, Alaska, in the evening of 10 September, captain Kai Albrigtsen could make…

  • First X-BOW polar vessel named and delivered

    First X-BOW polar vessel named and delivered

    15th September 2019

    The first expedition cruise vessel in SunStone’s INFINITY class series was named ‘Greg Mortimer’ at the China Merchants Heavy Industry (CMHI) Haimen base on 6 September 2019. The vessels have been designed and developed by Norway-based Ulstein Design & Solutions…

  • Hamburg Cruise Days

    Hamburg Cruise Days

    4th September 2019

    Hamburg’s love for cruise-related and maritime events of all kinds will reach its peak between 13 and 15 September, when, during the 7th Hamburg Cruise Days, the city’s port will be setting the stage for the cruise industry and cruise…

  • Port of Seattle completes biggest cruise season yet

    Port of Seattle completes biggest cruise season yet

    26th August 2019

    The Port of Seattle, celebrating 20 years of serving the cruise industry, welcomes its biggest cruise season yet with an estimated 1,204,170 revenue cruise passengers this year, breaking last year’s record of 1,114,888. The results of a new economic impact…

  • Hurtigruten introduces three new hybrid powered cruise ships

    Hurtigruten introduces three new hybrid powered cruise ships

    24th August 2019

    Hurtigruten continues to move boundaries for green technology. Following makeovers, three Hurtigruten vessels will be transformed to premium, hybrid-powered expedition cruise ships. Equipped with battery packs and other green technology, the three ships will operate year-round expedition cruises along the…

  • Port of Tyne welcome Holland America cruise ship

    Port of Tyne welcome Holland America cruise ship

    12th August 2019

    Port of Tyne welcomed Holland America Line’s latest cruise ship, Nieuw Statendam, arriving off the mouth of the River Tyne at 7am this morning (Tuesday 6 August). Launched in December 2018, Nieuw Statendam is the sister ship of Koningsdam, which…

  • Ships Monthly September 2019 issue out now

    Ships Monthly September 2019 issue out now

    9th August 2019

    Ships Monthly Sept 2019 issue The latest issue of Ships Monthly is out now. Holland America – Profile of the new cruise ship Nieuw Statendam, which is maintaining Holland America’s cruising heritage, and a look back at some of the…

  • Berlin calls at Portland Port

    Berlin calls at Portland Port

    1st August 2019

    FTi Berlin made her inaugural call to Portland Port on 26 July 2019. Built in 1980 and measuring 139m by 18m, she is one of the smaller cruise ships to visit the Port. She is known as one of the…