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“Fit for 55” Statement by CLIA Europe

0CLIA LogoThe “Fit for 55” package is a significant step towards the acceleration of the EU’s decarbonisation efforts. The cruise industry supports the long-term objectives of the EU Green Deal, and we are committed to pursuing net carbon neutral cruising in Europe by 2050.

Singapore tops international maritime centre rankings

pireas pct 54The Xinhua-Baltic International Shipping Centre Development Index, published by Chinese news agency, Xinhua, and global maritime data provider, the Baltic Exchange, has ranked Singapore as the top global shipping centre for the eighth year running.

ECO CATANIA: GRIMALDI GROUP’S FIFTH GREEN GIANT CHRISTENED

Letizia SantonocitoThe christening ceremony of the Eco Catania – the new ro-ro vessel delivered to the Grimaldi Group in early June – ended just a little while ago at the port of Catania. This is the fifth of 12 hybrid ships belonging to the innovative GG5G (Grimaldi Green 5th Generation) class and ordered by the company from the Chinese Jinling shipyard located in Nanjing.

NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE APPOINTS EAMONN FERRIN AS VICE PRESIDENT OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS

0NCL Eamonn FerrinNorwegian Cruise Line (NCL), the innovator in global cruise travel with a 54-year history of breaking boundaries, is strengthening its Sales strategy with the appointment of Eamonn Ferrin as Vice President of International Business.

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Releases Inaugural 2020 Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report

0NCLH SailSustain Photo 010721Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (NYSE: NCLH) (the ”Company”), a leading global cruise company which operates Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises, today published its 2020

Safe Bulkers, Inc. Announces Sale of one Panamax Vessel

safebulkersSafe Bulkers, Inc. (the Company) (NYSE: SB), an international provider of marine drybulk transportation services, announced today that in relation to its fleet renewal strategy, it has entered into an agreement for the sale of MV Koulitsa, a 2003-built, Panamax class, dry-bulk vessel at gross sale price of $13.6 million and forward delivery date within the fourth quarter of 2021. Dr. Loukas Barmparis, President of the Company commented: “The MV Koulitsa will be replaced by the previously announced acquisition of the 2013-built, Panamax class, dry-bulk vessel to be named MV Koulitsa 2, purchased at a price of $22 million with an expected delivery within July 2021, which has already been chartered at a gross daily charter rate of $24,000 for a period of twelve months. This transaction concludes the sale of all our vessels built prior to 2004.

Lloyd’s Register to focus growth strategy on maritime industry with expanded role and broader service offering

LloydsregisterBusiness Assurance & Inspection Services division to be set up as independent business, branded LRQA, to be acquired by funds managed by Goldman Sachs Asset Management.

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