Cruise – Page 2

  • Port of Valletta in Malta
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    Shore power to cut emissions

    2021-03-24T12:31:00Z

    Cruise ships will be able to cut emissions at a new shore power facility in Europe.

  • 'Q-LNG 4000'
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    Port Canaveral offers cruise LNG bunkering

    2021-03-08T15:01:00Z

    Port Canaveral will become the USA''s first LNG cruise port to offer ship to ship LNG bunkering using a new articulated tug and bunker barge.

  • HAROPA Le Havre aims to become a 'positive-energy' port by 2040 Photo: HAROPA Le Havre
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    Le Havre sets out its green agenda

    2021-02-09T12:41:00Z

    In this article, Susan Parker talks to HAROPA Le Havre (HLH) on how the port is fulfilling ESPO''s November 2020 environmental report.

  • Construction work and cruise vessels Photo: Port of Tallinn
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    Port of Tallinn’s sustainable cruise model

    2021-02-08T12:40:00Z

    The Port of Tallinn, which handles an average of 10 million passengers yearly, is focusing on sustainability at its two cruise harbours, writes Michele Witthaus

  • shore power
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    Culling cruise emissions with shore power

    2020-12-09T19:18:00Z

    Cruise ships will be able to cut their emissions at a Swedish port following new government and EU funding for shore power infrastructure.

  • A sneak peek inside Southampton’s fifth cruise terminal Photo: ABP
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    Green cruise terminal for the UK

    2020-11-24T11:51:00Z

    A UK port operator is getting ready is to open a new next-generation-ready cruise terminal for the 2021 season which will showcase green technology.

  • passenger terminal
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    Sustainable Valencia terminal given go-ahead

    2020-11-17T16:01:00Z

    A sustainability-focused proposal has won the construction and management tender for the new passenger terminal in the Port of Valencia.

  • LNG bunkering
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    First LNG bunkering operation in Italy

    2020-10-27T12:42:00Z

    Italy’s first LNG bunkering operation has been completed by Italian cruise line Costa Cruises using its first LNG-powered ship.

  • ECOsubsea ROV
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    Eco hull cleaning for cruise ships

    2020-09-23T18:38:00Z

    A UK port has launched a new partnership with Norwegian cleantech company ECOsubsea to roll out a sustainable and environmentally friendly cleaning programme for cruise ship hulls.

  • NABU has warned that the cruise industry is far from meeting the requirements of the Paris climate goals Photo: NABU/ Peter Seyfferth
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    Vision for emission-free cruise shipping

    2020-09-14T14:41:00Z

    A German environmental association has set out its vision for emission-free cruise shipping including a timetable to meet the requirements of climate protection.

  • The new terminal is in line with the PAV's sustainability targets Photo: PAV
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    A sustainable commitment to cruise

    2020-09-14T14:14:00Z

    A new cruise passenger terminal in Spain will centre around sustainability, accessibility and digitalisation.

  • Cruise operations at the Port of Southampton
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    Funding for green cruise terminal

    2020-08-14T12:27:00Z

    Major investment has been confirmed for a new cruise terminal at a UK port that will incorporate solar power and shore power.

  • Grand Harbour
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    EU funding for clean air project

    2020-08-03T21:52:00Z

    The EU will provide €21.9m funding for a project which aims to cut over 90% of the air pollution that cruise liners and ro-ro ships produce at a European port.

  • An aerial view of the Port of Marseille Fos Photo: Port of Marseille Fos
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    Marseille Fos doubles down on LNG for cruise vessels

    2020-07-14T10:00:00Z

    In a cruise industry first for France, a debut ship-to-ship LNG bunkering operation has set the scene for the new generation of cruise vessels to refuel at Marseille Fos, writes Michele Witthaus

  • Bergen is launching its EPI in the international market Photo: Port of Bergen
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    Norway rolls out green port tool company

    2020-06-30T00:03:00Z

    A Norwegian port has created a new company to roll-out its tool which measures the environmental impact of cruise ships.

  • A cruise ship departs CMP’s facilities in Copenhagen
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    Cruise services for Copenhagen and beyond

    2020-05-04T12:26:00Z

    With an average of 300-400 cruise ships calling per season across several terminals, Copenhagen Malmö Port sees plenty of traffic, says Michele Witthaus

  • MS Fridtjof Nansen at the Port of Cardiff Photo: ABP
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    ABP welcomes green-powered cruise vessel

    2020-03-17T12:59:00Z

    A Welsh port has welcomed Hurtigruten’s green technology cruise ship MS Fridtjof Nansen, the latest to call in an increasing number of environmentally-friendly vessels.

  • Port of Valencia
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    Shore power mandatory for terminal

    2020-03-06T11:58:00Z

    A planned cruise and ferry terminal at a Spanish port must allow docked ships to connect to shoreside power, have photovoltaic solar panels on all roofs and decks and operate using measures to cut emissions and use sustainable energy.

  • America Cruise Terminal
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    First paper-free cruise network established

    2020-02-13T14:30:00Z

    A European cruise network says it has become the first cruise network in the world to become completely paperless in line with its sustainability goals.

  • Shore power system
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    Germany’s largest shore power system ordered

    2020-02-12T12:44:00Z

    Siemens has been commissioned to build a shore power system at a port in Germany that is able to supply electricity to two ships simultaneously and potentially reduce annual CO2 emissions by more than 8,000t.