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Ships Monthly June issue out now

SHIPS MONTHLY June 2024

The June 2024 issue of Ships Monthly is out now, and is packed with all the usual news and outstanding articles and features.

NEWS

Waterfront – Bunkering vessel Green Zeebrugge on tour, Arklow’s latest cargo shop hits the water in the Netherlands, and can the world’s first nuclear merchant ship, NS Savannah, be saved?

Ferry – Isle of Man fast craft Manannan makes Mersey history, delay with repairs to Caledonian Isles, Stena Line looks to expand operations, and berthing trials to Channel Islands for Brittany and DFDS.

Cruise – Massive order for eight new ships for NCL, new lease of life for Ocean Atlantic, and expansion for Windstar Cruises.

Cruise Extra – Profile of the new Cunard cruise ship Queen Anne, which made her debut in Southampton in late April.

Naval – Ukrainian’s warships come to the UK, European navies investigate issues with systems, and France’s nuclear-powered submarines.

Cargo – Stena Bulk sells LNG fleet, positive results for WindWings technology, and MSC continues its boxboat-buying spree.

WORLD WAR II FOCUS

D-Day – A look back to the Allied invasion of Normandy, the largest seaborne invasion in history, with a full description of the turning point of the war.

USS Hornet – The career of the aircraft carrier USS Hornet, which played a pivotal role in the Battle of Midway.

HMS Starwort – The Flower class corvettes which performed valiant service in World War II, and the career of one of them.

FEATURES

Crystal Serenity – Fresh from a $150 million revitalisation, Crystal’s flagship Crystal Serenity recently docked at Miami to commence a series of cruises to the Caribbean.

Maritime Mosaic – The ferries of Polish Baltic Shipping Company, operating under the name Polferries, on routes across the Baltic Sea between Poland and Scandinavia.

Cal Mac classics –The careers of Caledonian MacBrayne’s ferries Suilven and Pioneer, stalwarts which entered service half a century ago.

Blue Funnel in disguise – Some of the Ocean Group’s ships which were transferred between the Blue Funnel Line and Elder Dempster Line fleets.

Modern cargo ships – Part 2 of the survey of modern cargo ships, with an overview of the latest developments and technological advances in bulk carriers, heavylifters and tankers.

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