Radical design thinking is pivotal in ensuring that the new generation of expedition ships taking adventurous cruise passengers closer than ever before to the remote wonders of nature can deliver truly life-changing experiences.
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Ferries and Cruises
The longstanding relationship between Bolidt Synthetic Products and Systems and Norwegian Cruise Lines is being further strengthened, as the Dutch marine flooring and decking company works its way through seven significant ship projects.
A&P Tyne is on track for a strong 2017-18 ferry season, having just completed work with DFDS Seaways for the King Seaways and Princess Seaways vessels.
MSC Group and Onorato Armatori have signed a historic contract with Guangzhou Shipyard International (GSI) for the order of four luxurious RoPax ferries. OSK-ShipTech is behind the concept design for the largest ferry order ever.
On 7th February 2018, Wightlink’s new environmentally-friendly ferry Victoria of Wight went down the slipway at the Cemre shipyard in Yalova, Turkey, to cheers from Wightlink staff and hundreds of shipyard workers. She will become the company’s flagship on the Portsmouth-Fishbourne route.
Survitec secures contract with VARD to equip Ponant cruise vessels with rescue boats and safety equipment
Survitec has been awarded the contract to provide rescue boats and safety equipment for several new Ponant cruise vessels set to be delivered in 2018.