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Coin laying ceremony for MSC World Europa

Coin laying ceremony for MSC World Europa

A maritime coin ceremony tradition took place earlier at the Chantiers de l’Atlantique shipyard in Saint-Nazaire, France, as the keel was laid for MSC Cruises’ first liquified natural gas-powered ship, MSC World Europa.

Wightlink to return to operation on Saturday

Wightlink to return to operation on Saturday

Wightlink, a provider of cross-Solent travel, will begin transporting tourists to the Isle of Wight again on July 4th. The decision follows the green light from the UK government to restart much of the hospitality and tourism sector.

Norwegian Cruise Line extends voyage suspension to October

Norwegian Cruise Line extends voyage suspension to October

As the road back for the cruise sector grows ever long, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings has confirmed a new wave of cancellations. Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises will not now return to operation until at least October.

Holland America Line cancels cruises into 2021

Holland America Line cancels cruises into 2021

Holland America Line has become the latest cruise company to extend the pause in its operations. The line will cancel departures from the port of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, later this year, as well as select Hawaii itineraries for early 2021.

Thames Clippers prepares for London return

Thames Clippers prepares for London return

Thames Clippers will return to service on June 15th to help Londoners safely commute through the capital. The operator has implemented a range of enhanced hygiene and social distancing measures to allow for a safer transport option through London.