Royal Caribbean International has marked the first steel cutting for its second Icon-class cruise ship, an intended sister ship to Icon of the Seas.
Construction of Utopia of the Seas has officially begun, with Chantiers de l’Atlantique in Saint-Nazaire, France having cut the first pieces of steel for Royal Caribbean’s new vessel.
Carnival Cruise Line has marked the steel cutting for its new ship Carnival Jubilee at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenberg, Germany.
Celebrity Cruises on Wednesday held a steel cutting ceremony for its next Edge-class cruise ship Celebrity Ascent, marking the start of her construction. Celebrity Ascent will be a sister ship to Celebrity […]
The first steel has been cut for Regent Seven Seas’ new cruise ship Seven Seas Grandeur, a sister ship to Seven Seas Explorer and Seven Seas Splendor.
MSC Cruises has marked the beginning of construction for it second cruise ship for its new luxury subsidiary line Explora Journeys.
Princess Cruises has marked the start of construction of its new Sphere-class cruise ships, with the first steel cut at Fincantieri in Italy.
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.
Royal Caribbean has marked the start of construction of its new cruise ship Icon of the Seas, the first of three Icon-class vessels to be built at the Finnish shipyard Meyer Turku.
Carnival Corp may have deferred deliveries for all but one of its ships this year, but it remains committed to its fleet redevelopment plans, with steel cut for Carnival Celebration, due for […]
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Celebrity Beyond will be the name of Celebrity Cruises’ third Edge-class cruise ship, the cruise line announced Wednesday as the first steel was cut for the new ship, which is due for […]
MSC Cruises has cut the first steel for its largest cruise ship to date, the first of the new World-class vessels, MSC Europa.
Cunard has cut the first steel for its fourth cruise ship, which will be named in early 2020 and will be the 249th ship overall to sail for the 179-year-old line.
Germany’s largest cruise line AIDA Cruises has cut the first steel for its second LNG-powered mega ship at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Germany.
Costa Cruises revealed the name of its second LNG-powered cruise ship, a sister ship to Costa Smerelda, during a steel cutting ceremony for the new vessel.
And then there were (almost) five. Just a few weeks after Royal Caribbean ordered a sixth Oasis-class cruise ship, the cruise line has begun construction of the fifth sister ship – which […]