At 130 metres (426.5ft) long, if Epiphany was unveiled to sail in today’s date it would be the largest luxury superyacht, a floating palace with striking design, multiple cinemas, and a VIP lounge. Continue reading
‘MS Ovation of the Seas’ the world’s biggest and newest quantum class ship owned by Royal Caribbean International will start its first journey from Southampton, England to Tianjin, China, a 52-day ‘Global Odyssey’ cruise. Continue reading
Orders for two new gear-less bulk vessels have been ordered by Canada Steamship Lines (CSL), a division of CSL Group. The number of ships built to ‘Trillium Class’ now amounts to six. The ships are being built for the Great Lakes Market as part of its big fleet extension program. Continue reading
Adastra is a boss on the water displaying its unique design as well as lavish interior which can conquer anyone’s heart. Continue reading
The SINOPACIFIC Shipbuilding group has its first self – designed and enhanced AHTS offshore support vessel (OSV), namely the SPA 80 Diesel Electric DPII 80mt AHTS. The delivery of SPA hails the transition for Sinopacific from a joined to an independent designer. Continue reading
Alloy Yachts has launched the all-new ‘Loretta Anne’. The name given is the same for another boat ‘Loretta Anne IV’ that was built in the year 2009. Loretta Anne is seven meters larger than ‘Loretta Anne IV’. She has built under hull AY43. Continue reading
With a grand entry of MSC Divina in May 2012, MSC cruises look for a whopping development in its shipping profession. This ship is an enhanced version of its running sisters, MSC Splendida and MSC Fantasi. Continue reading
On the 16th of August 2011, the second Rainbow Warrior retired from Greenpeace family, after 22 years of generous campaigning for environmental causes. This ship was the replacement of the original Rainbow Warrior which was bombed in 1985. Continue reading
Nissho Shipping Co., Ltd. will own a new vessel that is being built at Japanese shipyard Naikai Zosen Corporation. The vessel is going to be the first one to get approval from PMA – the Panama Maritime Authority.
Technical assistance from ClassNK helped to obtain the certificate which was issued for a new 27,200 dwt open-hatch bulk carrier that will be delivered to Nissho Shipping in the fall of 2012.