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JAN / FEB Edition of Maritime Logistics Professional magazine

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Posted by Joseph Keefe

Make sure your Cruise Port is in our Top 20 Feature.

The January / February 2018 edition of Maritime Logistics Professional will focus on today's cruise shipping trends, how cruise lines are achieving a greener cruise shipping signature, and many other aspects the global cruise markets.

Additionally, we will also feature the World's Top 20 Cruise Ports. Simply click the link or go to https://cruiseports.maritimeprofessional.com/ to get started. Enter your port by populating the entry form. This edition will also feature with bonus distribution at Seatrade Cruise Shipping in Fort Lauderdale, FL.

Enter your port now. Contact MLPro editor Joseph Keefe with questions at 704.661.8475 or at [email protected]

Jan 9, 2018

 

Cruise Ship Trends

MOL Launches Sunflower Kirishima

The Sunflower Kirishima goes into service. Photo: MOL

Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) announced that the newly built large-scale ferry Sunflower Kirishima

M/V National Geographic Venture Launched at Nichols Brothers

Photo: Nichols Brothers Boat Builders

The expedition cruise sector has been one of the fastest growing parts of the passenger vessel

Keel Laid for Dream Cruises’ New 204,000 gt Ship

© MV WERFTEN

A keel laying ceremony for Dream Cruises’ Global-Class flagship was held at MV WERFTEN’s Rostock

Environmental

Chevron, ExxonMobil, Occidental Petroleum Join Oil and Gas Climate Initiative

Image: Oil and Gas Climate Initiative

The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) announced three new member companies that together

WE Tech Equips World’s First Dual-fuel Handysize Bulker

The first LNG dual-fueled handysize bulk carrier in the world, M/V Haaga, features a range of energy efficiency solutions on board (Photo: ESL Shipping)

The world’s first liquefied natural gas (LNG) dual-fueled handysize bulk carrier, M/V Haaga

C-Job Researching Ammonia as Marine Fuel

(Image: C-Job Naval Architects)

C-Job Naval Architects based in the Netherlands announced it has joined the Ammonia Energy

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