LNG has been billed as a gateway fuel for the cruise industry as its transitions to greener operations, but Norwegian Cruise Line has other plans.
MSC Cruises has cut the first steel for its newest cruise ship MSC Euribia, the third Meraviglia-Plus class cruise ship and its most environmentally friendly to date.
Single-use plastic bottles have been eliminated aboard all Norwegian Cruise Line ships, the company has announced.
MSC Cruises has pledged to eliminate the use of single-use plastics across its global fleet by the end of the coming Dubai cruise season, March 2019, making it the second major line […]
Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, the parent company of NCL, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced that all plastic straws will be eliminated across the fleet, while other single-use plastics […]
As Dubai forges ahead with its sustainability initiatives, P&O Cruises and Cunard Line, both of which are cruise brands owned by Carnival Corporation, have announced a commitment to remove single use plastics […]
P&O Cruises will install cleaning systems to reduce exhaust emissions aboard its cruise ship Oceana ahead of her first ever Middle East cruise season out of Dubai.