As a further step toward creating a world where technology meets innovation for a more sustainable cruise experience, MSC Cruises held a coin ceremony on Wednesday for the third LNG-powered ship and the first to call the U.S., MSC World America, at Chantiers de l’Atlantique.
MSC Euribia’s replacement will feature many of the same environmental innovations, but also pioneering technology that virtually eliminates methane slip when LNG is burned. In addition to Silvia Turbia of MSC Cruise Divisions, Séverine Blandin of Chantiers de l’Atlantique was also a godmother for the traditional maritime ceremony.
A long-term partnership between MSC Cruises and Chantier de l’Atlantique led to the development of this 19th ship in the World Class series. It is my pleasure to announce that MSC World Europa, MSC Eurabia, and MSC World America are the three most energy-efficient and environmentally friendly ships in the cruise industry.
As a result of the cancellation of a previously scheduled and then cancelled European winter season, the Norwegian Epic will sail winter 2023-24 from Port Canaveral. Guests will be able […]
A press release announced that the MSC Cruises Foundation and NatureMetrics would partner to collect biodiversity data for marine species. Biodiversity samples are collected from seawater aboard cruise ships using […]
In a press release, MSC Group and shipbuilder Chantiers de l’Atlantique announced a groundbreaking ceremony today for the ship MSC Euribia, which features the most energy-efficient cruise ship design ever. […]
Induction into the Maîtres Cuisiniers de France has been announced for Oceania Cruises’ Chef and Senior Culinary Director Alexis Quaretti. Inductees include Vice President of Culinary Eric Barale, the first […]