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Norwegian Cruise Line provides first look at new Project Leonardo-Class ships

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Norwegian Cruise Line showed first images of its new Project Leonardo-Class ships at Seatrade Cruise Global in Miami yesterday. Four firmly ordered ships will be delivered by Fincantieri S.p.A. as of 2022. In addition, the cruise line holds the option of two further ships to be delivered in 2026 and 2027.

“We are looking forward to this exciting new generation of ships. The new, breathtaking design will offer our guests a flexible on-board experience with an incredible array of offerings and further integrates inside and outside spaces, so they feel more connected with the sea”, says Christian Böll, Managing Director Europe, Middle East and Africa Norwegian Cruise Line.

The four 140,000 gross ton ships will each accommodate approximately 3,300 guests. The new class of ships will build upon the highly successful offering of freedom and flexibility found on the brand’s most recent Breakaway-Plus Class ships and feature a host of innovative designs that will further elevate its already award-winning guest experience. A priority of the prototype design is energy efficiency, with the aim of optimising fuel consumption and reducing the impact on the environment. Details on the ships’ many innovative guest facing and first at sea features will be announced at a later date.

NYK Cruises Announces WORLD CRUISE 2018 Schedule -A Blissful Voyage of Over 100 Days on Asuka II-

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NYK Cruises Co. Ltd. (head office: Yokohama; president: Hiroshi Hattori) has announced the schedule for the WORLD CRUISE 2018 aboard Asuka II. This will be the 22nd world cruise* to have been offered by Asuka II or its predecessor Asuka since 1996.
The 2018 voyage will be a 102-day cruise departing from Yokohama, Japan, on March 25, 2018, crossing the northern hemisphere, and making stops in or sailing through Asia, the Suez Canal, the Mediterranean, Europe, the Atlantic, North America, the Panama Canal, and the Pacific. The cruise will include a private tour of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and guests will also have the option of a private tour of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City. In Lisbon, Portugal, a tour option will include a private dinner at the Hieronymites Monastery. **
Eight ports will be first-time stops for Asuka II: Civitavecchia, Italy; Valencia, Spain; Gibraltar, British Overseas Territory; Bilbao, Spain; Hamburg, Germany; Halifax, Canada; Saint John, Canada; and Baltimore, U.S.
Last year, NYK marked the 25th year of service by the Asuka cruise brand. The NYK Group will continue its efforts to provide high quality cruise products that meet the passions of its customers.
* The 22 world cruises include two cruises to South America and the Antarctic.
** The cruise fare does not include the shore excursions to the Sistine Chapel and Hieronymites Monastery. The number of guests for those events will be limited.
Asuka II
Gross Tonnage: 50,142 GT
Sea speed: 21 KT
Passengers: 872
Crew: 470
Cabins: 436 (All oceanview cabins)
NYK Cruises Co. Ltd. website: http://www.asukacruise.co.jp/english/

Stena Impeccable delivered to Stena Bulk

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The Stena Impeccable , the tenth of 13 IMOIIMAX tankers ordered from the Chinese shipyard in Guangzhou, China, has been delivered to Stena Bulk. The chemical and product tanker Stena Impeccable has a length of 183 metres, a beam of 32 metres and a deadweight of 50,000 tons. The tanker, which is wholly owned by Stena Bulk, will be operated by Stena Weco and will sail in the company’s logistics system, which currently employs more than 60 vessels.

IMOIIMAX is a further development of an already well-established concept. The innovative technical design was developed by Stena Teknik together with the shipyard Guangzhou Shipbuilding International (GSI). This MR tanker is characterised by extra large cargo flexibility, a high level of safety and low fuel consumption, i.e. 10-20% lower than that of equivalent vessels when sailing at service speed.

With offices in six countries, Stena Bulk is one of the world’s leading tanker shipping companies. The company controls a combined fleet of around 100 vessels. Stena Bulk is part of the Stena Sphere, which has more than 20,000 employees and sales of SEK 60 billion. www.stenabulk.com

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Some of the technical solutions that will result in more efficient energy consumption and greater logistic flexibility:  

  • Main engine auto-tuning
    With an auto-tuning system, the combustion process in each cylinder is continuously automatically controlled for optimal main engine performance.    
  • More efficient boiler with recovery from multiple heat source
    The vessel is also equipped with a so-called exhaust gas multi-inlet composite boiler, one of the very first to be installed. This boiler not only recovers energy from the main engine’s exhaust gas but also recovers the exhaust gas energy from the auxiliary engines. In addition the boiler has an oil-fired section that can be used in port, thus avoiding the need to run the larger oil-fired boilers to heat the vessel. This, together with main engine auto-tuning and part-load optimization of the auxiliary engines, will result in very efficient energy consumption.
  • Recovery of propeller energy loss
    All propellers lose some of the energy input in the rotating water behind the propeller. With the IMOIIMAX, the energy loss is recovered by fitting a Hub Vortex Absorbing Fin.
  • Aerodynamic design of the accommodation and bridge
    In heavy weather, wind resistance can be significant. The streamlined design of the accommodation and the bridge means that the IMOIIMAX is less affected by wind resistance than other similar vessels.
  • All cargo tanks are designed to accept any type of cargo the vessel can transport
    An IMOIIMAX has 18 cargo tanks. They are all the same and are designed to hold a maximum of 3,000 m3, i.e. the maximum volume permitted for the special-type cargoes the ship can transport.
  • Effective tank-cleansing system
    The flushing system installed ensures that the cleansing process is optimised and since four tanks at a time can be flushed, the time between discharge and loading can be minimized.

Norwegian Joy, first custom-designed cruise ship for China, floats out from building dock in Germany

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Norwegian Joy, soon to be Norwegian Cruise Line’s first cruise ship custom designed for China, was floated out of MEYER WERFT’s covered building dock II on Saturday, March 4 in Papenburg, Germany, where the 168,800-ton ship has been under construction since September 2015. Beginning early Saturday morning, the 3,850 passenger vessel, with her distinctive hull artwork designed by Chinese artist Tan Ping, departed building dock II. Norwegian Joy is the second ship in the line’s Breakaway Plus Class.

Arriving in Summer 2017 with home ports in Shanghai and Beijing (Tianjin), Norwegian Joy will be Norwegian Cruise Line’s first purpose-built ship for the Chinese market and designed to deliver on the promise that guests will enjoy ‘First Class at Sea’ experiences.

Norwegian Joy’s float out represents a major milestone in the vessel’s construction. With the ship being well on her way to completion, she will now move into the final phase of construction with delivery taking place on April 27, 2017.

“We are thrilled that Norwegian Joy is now one step closer to delivery and one step closer to delivering on our promise to create a First Class at Sea experience for our Chinese guests,” said David J. Herrera, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings China President.

From the ship’s beautiful and symbolic hull artwork to her thrilling first-ever racetrack at sea, Norwegian Joy represents Norwegian Cruise Line’s commitment to providing an unparalleled cruise experience for Chinese consumers.

Norwegian Joy

Currently being built at Meyer Werft in Germany, Norwegian Joy is Norwegian Cruise Line’s first purpose-built ship customized for China. The name Norwegian Joy emphasizes the experience that the ship will offer, a promise that guests will ‘Experience Paradise on the Sea.’ Accommodating 3,850 guests with luxurious suites in the exclusive ship-within-a-ship complex, the new Breakaway-Plus Class Ship will debut in China in summer 2017.

Designed to provide First Class at Sea experiences with onboard amenities that cater to the unique vacation desires of Chinese guests, Norwegian Joy will provide a multitude of VIP accommodations including The Haven by Norwegian®, the line’s exclusive, ship-within-a-ship suite luxury complex, which will also include an all-new Observation Deck that features 180 degree views, and a Concierge level, an all-new accommodations category which will provide a VIP experience and feature larger balcony staterooms. Accommodation offerings will also include staterooms designed specifically for families and a multitude of connecting staterooms, for extended families traveling together, as well as a wide array of mini-suite, balcony, ocean view and interior staterooms, many with virtual balconies.

Norwegian Joy will offer engaging and innovative activities including a first at sea two-level competitive racetrack, an open-air laser tag course, thrilling simulator rides and interactive video walls at the Galaxy Pavilion as well as hover craft bumper cars, a state-of-the-art racing

For more information on Norwegian Cruise Line and to book a cruise on one of these exciting new itineraries, visit www.ncl.eu.

Scandlines now operates two hybrid ferries on the Rostock-Gedser route

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On Sunday evening 5 February 2017, the two new hybrid ferries M/V Berlin and M/V Copenhagen went into ordinary service on the Rostock-Gedser route.

In May and December 2016, Scandlines inserted two new ferries on the Rostock-Gedser route. Until then the route had been operated by two former Great Belt ferries, which were no longer able to meet the capacity requirements. For the first time in history, two new ferries were especially designed for the route as Scandlines wanted to give the customers a special maritime experience on board as well as increase the effectiveness of the service.

The vessels were originally fitted with a combined diesel mechanic and diesel electric propulsion system. As part of the completion at the Danish shipyard FAYARD A/S, a battery bank was installed so that the vessels operate as hybrid ferries today. Subsequently to the delivery, a yard stay was planned in order to complete the technical installations. This work has now been completed, and on Sunday both ferries went into ordinary service on the Rostock-Gedser route.

The two new ferries are operated by the Scandlines’ hybrid propulsion system combining traditional diesel power with electric battery power. This enables the ferry to optimise its fuel consumption by adjusting its engine output, and at the same time there is a redundant power supply in case one of the diesel engines stops unintentionally. Along with other optimising initiatives, the fuel consumption of the vessels has been reduced to almost one third per crossing per car compared to the former ferries on the route.

Both new vessels have also been fitted with an exhaust gas cleaner, a so-called closed-loop-scrubber. The scrubber cleans at least 90 percent of the sulphur and particulate matter out of the exhaust gas, thereby emitting water vapour from the funnel of the ferry.

At 18,000 kW, the vessels operate at speeds of up to 22 knots (41 km/h), and the 48.9 km between Rostock and Gedser are covered in 1 hour and 45 minutes.

With space for 460 cars or 96 lorries the capacity on the route has been more than doubled. Furthermore, Scandlines has extended the timetable so that there are up to 21 daily departures.

About Scandlines

Scandlines stands as a symbol of a historical and close cooperation between Denmark, Germany and Sweden since 1872. Under the names Scandlines and Scandlines Helsingør-Helsingborg three short ferry routes are marketed with high capacity and frequency and with a green vision for the future.

The core business is to provide an efficient and reliable transport service for both passengers and freight customers. The main focus for all activities in Scandlines is to create value for our customers on board the ferries as well as in the shops of Scandlines.

With more than 90,000 departures on 12 ferries, in 2015 Scandlines transported 15 million passengers, 3.3 million cars, 900,000 freight units and 65,000 busses on the routes Puttgarden-Rødby, Rostock-Gedser and Helsingør-Helsingborg.

Read more about Scandlines at www.scandlines.com

Ninth IMOIIMAX tanker, Stena Immaculate, named in Guangzhou, China

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Guests at the Stena Immaculate’s naming ceremony. Photo Silverbullet
Guests at the Stena Immaculate’s naming ceremony. Photo Silverbullet

The Stena Immaculate , the ninth of a total of 13 IMOIIMAX MR tankers, was named today, 10 January 2017. The vessel is owned by Stena Bulk and her godmother was Katarina Ljungqvist, Head of Handelsbanken Western Sweden. The solemn naming ceremony was held at the shipyard GSI (Guangzhou Shipbuilding International) in Guangzhou from where the vessel will be delivered within the next few days.

A large number of guests, from both corporate management and partners as well as representatives of the shipyard had gathered on the quayside to attend the naming ceremony. The ceremony began with traditional Chinese dance and music before godmother Katarina Ljungqvist swung the bottle of champagne against the tanker’s bows and wished the vessel, her captain and his crew fortune and prosperity on the seven seas. The Stena Immaculate’s captain, Sachin Salunkhe, then showed the guests around the newly built vessel. On her maiden voyage, with a cargo including vegetable oils, she will sail from Papua New Guinea to Europe.

“Almost exactly two years have passed since the delivery of our first IMOIIMAX tanker and the vessels are continuing to perform beyond our expectations. The concept has set a new standard for both cargo efficiency and bunkers consumption. With number nine of the13 vessels on order soon out on the market, this tanker will be yet another addition to our high-quality fleet. We would also like to take the opportunity to thank the shipyard GSI for fantastic collaboration during both the technological development and construction”, said Erik Hånell, President & CEO, Stena Bulk.

Facts – the IMOIIMAX concept
The chemical and product tanker has a length of 183 metres, a beam of 32 metres and a deadweight of 50,000 tons. IMOIIMAX is a further development of an already well-established concept and the innovative technical design was developed by Stena Teknik together with the Chinese shipyard GSI. It offers several advantages such as extra large cargo flexibility, a high level of safety and economical fuel consumption – 10-20% lower than that of equivalent vessels when sailing at service speed.

All the IMOIIMAX tankers will be included in a fleet operated by Stena Weco and will sail in the company’s global logistics system, which currently employs more than 60 vessels.

The delivery of the tenth IMOIIMAX tanker, the Stena Impeccable , is expected to take place in March 2017. The remaining three vessels will be delivered by 2018. Five of the 13 IMOIIMAX tankers are wholly owned by Stena Bulk, four together with GAR (Golden Agri Resources), two by Stena Bulk’s sister company Concordia Maritime and two by Stena Weco.

Costa Luminosa Sets Sail Around The World

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The exclusive Costa Cruises 2017 Around the World Cruise departs on 6 January: 106 days exploring the most interesting sights on 5 continents, crossing 3 oceans and visiting 35 fascinating destinations. 

Genoa, 5 January 2017 The Costa Cruises 2017 Around the World Cruise will set sail from Savona on 6 January on board Costa Luminosa: a thrilling 106-day journey that will take guests on an exploration of the most wonderful sights on 5 continents, across 3 oceans and visiting 35 destinations, before returning to Savona in Italy on 22 April 2017. This special cruise is a Costa exclusive, offered each year since 2011, after the cruise’s great success in the 70s and 80s. It is every traveller’s dream: a truly unique opportunity to circumnavigate the globe in slightly more than three months, following in the footsteps of history’s great navigators, and coming into contact with magnificent cultures and enjoying spectacular scenery.  

 Just over 2,000 cruise passengers have reserved a cabin on the 2017 Around the World Cruise.  They hail from 37 different countries, the majority from France (around 600), Germany (just under 500),Switzerland (around 300), Italy (over 200) and Spain (around 150). The oldest explorer, a man from Switzerland, is 96 years old, and the youngest is a little Italian girl who is just 2.

A special highlight of the Costa Cruises 2017 Around the World Cruise is that it will cross both Tropics, heading down to Gibraltar then Cape Horn, before heading back up to Polynesia, Australia, India, the Suez Canal and finally Savona.  Along the way Costa Luminosa will call at some wonderful destinations, such as Casablanca (Morocco), Salvador and Rio De Janeiro (Brazil), Buenos Aires (Argentina), Punta Arenas and Valparaiso (Chile), Easter Island (Chile), Tahiti (Polynesia), Auckland (New Zealand), Sydney, Melbourne and Perth (Australia), Mumbai, Goa and Cochin (India), Colombo (Sri Lanka), Dubai (United Arab Emirates), Muscat (Oman) and Aqaba (Jordan). Anyone not lucky enough to be travelling on this incredible voyage on Costa Luminosa can follow it on the Costa Cruises website(http://www.costacruise.com/usa/costa_luminosa.html), via the two live webcams installed on board.

Another highlight of this cruise will be the stops of several days in many of the itinerary’s destinations, giving guests the chance to enjoy the atmosphere in these far-flung locations to the full on thewonderful shore excursions offered.    

In Casablanca they can take a thrilling excursion exploring the city’s more modern and cosmopolitan side, travelling along Boulevard Moulay Youssef, one of the city’s main thoroughfares, to the Hassan II Mosque, the largest mosque in the world after Mecca. Back on the seafront they’ll head through La Corniche with its chic shops and restaurants.  And it will be in one of these restaurants that they can try some traditional local food, a heady mix of flavours, fragrances and colours, with some Arab-Andalusian music and traditional dance for entertainment. 

In Rio De Janeiro they can head off by jeep and explore the city’s most beautiful sights, from the Statue of Christ the Redeemer, the world-famous symbol of Brazil, to the panoramic spots of Boa Vista and Vista Chinesa, passing through the Tijuca Forest, the largest urban forest on the planet.  Guests can walk through it in the company of a guide, admiring the splendid Waterfall of the Monkeys before returning on board.

One of the most fascinating tours that Costa offers is during the stopover at Ushuaia, with a four-day excursion taking in two of southern Patagonia’s main attractions: the Perito Moreno glacier and the Torres del Paine National Park. Guests will head south from Ushuaia on a short flight, where this unforgettable experience begins: after a traditional dinner and a good night’s rest, they can admire the 250 km2 Perito Moreno glacier, the third largest natural reserve of fresh water in the world.  The third day will take them on a visit to the Torres del Paine National Park, now a UNESCO biosphere reserve thanks to its numerous glaciers, lakes, rivers and valleys.  The western side of the park will be the main event of day four on this excursion, with a trip to Del Toro Lake, the park’s largest, with lots of panoramic observation points.  The tour will end at Punta Arenas, from where they’ll head back to Costa Luminosa.  

There are plenty of tours too for the more adventurous passengers: an exciting helicopter tour on the long stopover at Papeete, flying over the capital’s lagoon and the sea around Tahiti, from where they can admire the coral reef, the white sand, and the lush green valleys and mountain tops, or an adrenaline-inducing climb up Harbour Bridge in Sydney, walking approximately 1500 metres along a series of walkways, stairs and arches on a three-hour tour. 

And finally, to see the shores of Dubai from the air, Costa offers a premium tour by seaplane flying at 1,500 feet, where guests can enjoy seeing the city’s magnificent skyscrapers from a privileged viewpoint.  This totally exclusive tour will give them the chance to observe the historic Dubai Creek, Palm Jumeirah, Hotel Atlantis, Hotel Burj Al Arab, Burj Khalifa, The World Islands and many other attractions from on high.

Scandlines’ new hybrid ferry in operation

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Photo By: Bernd Wüstneck

On Wednesday 21 December 2016, Scandlines’ second new hybrid ferry for the Rostock-Gedser route, M/V Copenhagen, will carry passengers for the first time when it departs from Gedser towards Rostock at 09:00.

Scandlines new hybrid ferry was registered 19 December 2016 and departed the same day from the Danish yard FAYARD A/S. 20 December 2016 it was practicing between Rostock and Gedser and today Wednesday 21 December 2016 at 09:00 from Gedser in Denmark the ferry will go into ordinary service.

M/V Copenhagen is the second of two new hybrid ferries for the Rostock-Gedser route. M/V Copenhagen replaces M/V Kronprins Frederik, which will be used as a replacement ferry on both the Rostock-Gedser and Puttgarden-Rødby routes. With an extra ferry, which can be deployed on both routes, the total capacity as well as the stability of the schedules will be ensured.

”I am happy that we can now offer our customers this fantastic vessel which together with the sister vessel Berlin also is the world’s biggest hybrid ferry. The new ferries represent an investment of more than 140 million EUR per vessel and are a substantial upgrade of the central and eastern transport corridor between the European mainland and Scandinavia,” says Søren Poulsgaard Jensen, Scandlines’ CEO.

Together with the manufacturer of the diesel electric engines of the vessels, MaK/Caterpillar, Scandlines has deemed it necessary to rebuild the injection system (common rail) of M/V Berlin’s and M/V Copenhagen’s engines. Unfortunately, the new injection modules cannot be delivered until 1 January 2017, and both vessels will therefore be converted during January 2017. Accordingly, M/V Kronprins Frederik will take turns during January, to replace the two new vessels. Consequently, the yard stay will not affect the timetable for the Rostock-Gedser route.

Read more about the new ferries on the Rostock-Gedser route.

Brittany Ferries prepares way for new liquid natural gas (LNG) powered ship

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Brittany Ferries has today signed a letter of intent with the Flensburger Schiffbau shipyard in Germany to construct a new ship powered by LNG.

It will be one of the cleanest, most environmentally-friendly ships to operate in UK waters because LNG emits less carbon dioxide during combustion than marine fuel oil and burns with no smoke. In addition it is free of sulphur and is very low in nitrogen oxide emissions.

Christophe Mathieu, CEO, Brittany Ferries said: “The signing of this letter of intent with the Flensburger shipyard is a concrete step towards the construction of a new generation of Brittany Ferries ships. Despite Brexit, we remain confident in our ability to continue to grow and modernise our route network, serving both tourism and trade in the regions of western Europe.”

More than four in five people travelling on the French company’s ships are British and more than 2.4 million passengers were carried in 2016. A final contract for the 1,680 passenger and 257 cabin vessel is expected to be signed in spring 2017, following which construction will start.

The new ship is expected to launch in 2019 on the Portsmouth­-Caen route which offers three daily return sailings. It will operate in tandem with popular cruise ferry, Mont St Michel, launched in 2002.

Today’s announcement re-states Brittany Ferries’ commitment to reduce the environmental impact of its operations by embracing new technologies. It follows the completion of a £65 million investment in emission-reducing ‘scrubber’ systems which have been retrospectively fitted to six cruise ferries in the company’s ten-ship fleet.

Technical details for the new ship
Length
185 metres
Breadth
31 metres
Draught
6.5 metres
Tonnage
42,000 gross tonnes
Passengers
1,680
Passenger cabins
257
Passenger areas
5,200 m2
Vehicle capacity
2,600 lane metres (130 freight trailers, or 550 cars and 64 freight trailers)

About Brittany Ferries

Scandlines’ second new ferry has left the shipyard

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On Monday 19 December 2016, the second of Scandlines’ new hybrid ferries for the Rostock-Gedser route left the Danish shipyard FAYARD A/S. M/V Copenhagen will go into operation on Wednesday 21 December 2016 at 09:00 from Gedser in Denmark.

During the last couple of months, the vessel successfully completed a comprehensive test programme (Harbour Acceptance Tests). On Monday 28 November 2016, M/V Copenhagen therefore went on a five-day sea trial (Sea Acceptance Tests), where among other things the manoeuvrability was tested under usual and unusual conditions.

M/V Copenhagen and the approximately 100 sea trial participants went among other things to the northern Kattegat. ”The vessel performs fully as expected, it is a pleasure”, explains Senior Captain Christian B. Jensen. ”The maximum speed was measured at 24.5 knots off the Swedish coast”.

After the successful sea trial, M/V Copenhagen returned to the shipyard FAYARD A/S for the final adjustments. On Monday 19 December 2016, the vessel set course for its future route between Rostock in Germany and Gedser in Denmark. M/V Copenhagen will go into operation on Wednesday 21 December 2016 at 09:00 from Gedser.

FAYARD A/S’ CEO Thomas Andersen says: ”I am pleased that FAYARD and our employees have been able to tackle the task and am very happy that Scandlines’ new hybrid ferry now leaves the yard as a beautiful swan”.

Together with the manufacturer of the diesel electric engines of the vessels, MaK/Caterpillar, Scandlines has deemed it necessary to rebuild the injection system (common rail) of M/V Berlin’s and M/V Copenhagen’s engines. Unfortunately, the new injection modules cannot be delivered until 1 January 2017, and both vessels will therefore be converted during January 2017. Accordingly, M/V Kronprins Frederik will take turns during January, to replace the two new vessels. Consequently, the yard stay will not affect the timetable for the Rostock-Gedser route.

Read more about the new ferries on the Rostock-Gedser route.

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