China’s second aircraft carrier leaves shipyard for trialsThe second Chinese aircraft carrier "Shandong" (the first indigenously developed aircraft) is carrying out research and training missions at sea, the state broadcaster reported on May 27, after local residents saw the warship leave the shipyard on May 25.
Crystal announces Serenity's 2023 voyagesCrystal Cruises has unveiled the complete 2023 deployment for the Crystal Serenity, including the 140-night Wild Kingdoms & Exotic Discoveries World Cruise announced in April, which includes 32 sailings ranging from seven to 23 nights.
Europe's largest port operating at pre-COVID-19 levelsAfter a time of unparalleled instability in the container shipping industry due to the effects of COVID-19, the largest port in Europe, the Port of Rotterdam is showing signs of recovery.
Fincantieri rearranging delivery dates due to COVID-19 impactIn order to maintain the accumulated backlog, Italian shipbuilding company Fincantieri is concentrating its attention on renegotiating production dates of secured newbuilding orders.
Disney suspends cruises until July 27Walt Disney Co announced it has suspended all new departures on its Disney Cruise Line until July 27 as the coronavirus outbreak continues.
Huntington Ingalls Industries reports 1Q 2020 resultsHuntington Ingalls Industries announced sales of $2.3 billion in the first quarter of 2020 , up 8.8 percent from Q1 2019.
Damen Yichang holds digital steel-cutting ceremony for its new vesselOn 27 April, Damen Yichang Shipyard in China hosted a ceremony for digital steel cutting for a roll-on / roll-off passenger (RoPax) ferry ordered by the Timor-Leste government.
Norwegian Cruise Lines looks for more financingNorwegian Cruise Line Holdings has reported that it expects a net loss on both a US GAAP and an adjusted basis for the quarter ended 31 March 2020 and the year ending 31 December 2020.
Mediterranean and Black Sea seafood sectors hit hard by coronavirusThe coronavirus pandemic has had a significant effect on the Mediterranean and Black Sea region's development and sales of wild and farmed seafood.
SMM announced the new dates for International Maritime Trade FairIn response to the coronavirus pandemic and its global effects on major events and international travel, SMM, the largest international maritime trade fair, was postponed to 2–5 February 2021.
French soft wheat shipments remain high despite coronavirusFrench soft wheat exports outside the EU hit a four-year high in April last month, data from Refinitiv showed, as exporters continued to ship large volumes despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines launches new "Plain Sailing Guarantee"In the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic, Fred Olsen Cruise Lines says it has launched a new "Plain Sailing Guarantee" to provide reassurance for guests with upcoming cruise bookings.
United States opens investigation into Carnival on coronavirusThe United States House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure has opened an inquiry on various company ships into Carnival Corporation concerning coronavirus.