MSC Cruises, Fincantieri join forces to build new cruise terminal at PortMiami

Switzerland-based cruise line MSC Cruises and Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri have signed a contract for the construction of a new mega cruise terminal at PortMiami, the cruise industry’s hub in North America and the Caribbean.

Crowley Maritime Gives $2.5M to Set Up Shipping Research Center at UNF

U.S. vessel operator and logistics company Crowley Maritime announced Friday that it has donated $2.5 million to create and endow a new center of excellence for shipping at the University of North Florida.

Return to Cruising: Carnival Announces Sailings for 42 Ships

Carnival Corporation has announced plans to resume cruise operations for eight of its brands in the United States, the Caribbean and Europe.

America’s Largest Port Starts COVID-19 Vaccinations

The shots were a welcome relief for the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) members who snapped up the appointments in about 20 minutes.

Edison Chouest Offshore seals long-term SOV charter with Orsted and Eversource

Edison Chouest Offshore (ECO) has been awarded a long-term charter by Orsted and Eversource for the provision of the first-ever US-flagged Jones Act service operations vessel (SOV).

Three Carnival Corp Ships Moving Raising Speculation of More Recycling

Speculation is growing that Carnival Corporation is preparing to recycle additional cruise ships as the cruise industry leader works to manage its costs as it waits to resume cruise operations after the pandemic.