Symphony of the Seas Resumes Service After Dry Dock
Symphony of the Seas is back in service after spending several weeks in dry dock at the Navantia shipyard in Spain. The vessel was in dry dock for routine work including general maintenance and technical upgrades.
She will be spending the spring and summer operating seven-night western Mediterranean voyages.
Symphony of the Seas is the fourth in Royal Caribbean’s Oasis-class, and was the largest cruise ship in the world when she debuted in 2018.
MSC Euribia Completes Sea Trials
MSC Cruises’ upcoming ship MSC Euribia completed her sea trials on Friday, marking another step closer to her debut. During sea trials, a ship’s propulsion, steering, and other technical systems are put to the test.
The Meraviglia Plus class ship will be delivered to MSC in May, and will be named on June 8th during a ceremony in Copenhagen, Denmark. Euribia will spend the summer operating voyage in Northern Europe.
Carnival Releases Sustainability Video
In celebration of Earth Day, Carnival has released a video tour of some of the environmental initiatives it takes aboard its newest ship Carnival Celebration.
During the tour, Carnival’s vice president of environmental operations Richard Pruitt showcases Carnival’s fleet wide recycling operations, which processed 11 million pounds of recycling last year.
He also goes over Carnival Celebration’s food digester and liquefied natural gas power system.
The release of the video coincides with Carnival Corporation’s release of its latest sustainability report, which can be found at carnivalsustainability.com.