Cruise & Ferries

Arctic cruises accused of leaving indigenous people in the cold
Turkey boasts vessel exports

Turkey boasts vessel exports

Istanbul - Data compiled from the Transport and Infrastructure Ministry reveal that Turkey has taken significant, eye-catching steps in maritime transport, a strategic sector for global trade. One of the important initiatives was the revival of maritime transport with the removal of excise duty

Venice must be put on UN danger list, ban cruise ships
Cruise ship collides with Venice tourist boat, injuring four people
Court orders Danube cruise captain held as flood halts search near wreck
At least seven S. Korean tourists dead in Budapest boat disaster
New LNG-hybrid vessels for Seaspan Ferries

New LNG-hybrid vessels for Seaspan Ferries

Mangalia - Canadian transport provider Seaspan Ferries will be adding two new liquid natural gas (LNG) – battery hybrid ferries to its fleet in 2021. The 149-meter-long vessels will be constructed by Damen Shipyards Gorinchem at their Mangalia Shipyard in Romania, with construction scheduled to begin in 2019