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All articles by Shirley Accini

  1. Retrofit special: design below decks

    It would be fair to say that the cruise industry’s response to the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) MARPOL Annex VI…
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    6 Sep
  2. Salad days: onboard menus

    The cruise experience has long been synonymous with excess. An extra cocktail or three by the pool; the buffet lunch…
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    4 Sep
  3. Cruise weddings: all aboard the love boat

    When Cunard announced that it was to drop its British flag after 171 years, the widespread reaction was bemusement. Founded…
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    4 Sep
  4. Fuel sourcing: satisfaction guaranteed

    It represents the greatest single cost to operators, fluctuates wildly in price and is the target of increasingly stringent legislation,…
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    3 Sep
  5. Ship emissions: all things considered

    Reducing the environmental impact of ships at sea has been a major focus for regulators in recent years, with an…
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    3 Sep
  6. Cruise supply and command

    In an industry that is constantly responding to the changing demands of its customers, there is always pressure on the…
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    3 Sep
  7. Bring me Sunshine: Carnival Destiny’s makeover

    It is five years since BNP Paribas became the first bank to acknowledge its risk of exposure to sub-prime mortgages,…
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    2 Sep
  8. ECC and CLIA: safety in numbers

    In a demonstration of industry cooperation, the Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) and the European Cruise Council (ECC) have been…
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    2 Sep
  9. Plug the gap with cold ironing

    Cruise ships might account for a relatively small fraction of the world’s total shipping fleet, but their ecological and social…
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    2 Sep
  10. A fuel sea change for cruise lines

    With IMO regulations requiring cruise ships to burn fuel with a sulphur limit of 0.5% by 2020, switching to cleaner…
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    2 Sep

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