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Scanship Wins Viking Ocean Contract

The Viking Sea in Venice (Courtesy Viking Ocean Cruises)Scanship announced it has been awarded a contract by the Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri for the supply of total clean ship system for four Viking Ocean Cruises newbuilds. The newbuilds will enter service from 2021 to 2023 and Scanship will deliver equipment starting 2019 through 2021. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Regent Seven Seas Cruises Cuts Steel at Ancona for Seven Seas Splendor

Regent Seven Seas Cruises’ President and Chief Executive Officer Jason Montague, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings’ Executive Vice President of Vessel Operations Robin Lindsay, Regent’s Senior Vice President of Hotel Operations Franco Semeraro and Fincantieri’s Shipyard Director Giovanni Stecconi today pressed the button to ignite the cutting torch at Fincantieri Ancona to shape the first plate of steel for Seven Seas Splendor.




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Disney Releases First Rendering of New Ships

Disney Cruise Line’s rendering of its new generation of ships, with deliveries set for 2021, 2022 and 2023 (Courtesy Disney Cruise Line)Disney Cruise Line has released the first rendering of its new generation of ships, with deliveries set for 2021, 2022 and 2023, respectively.The ships will be powered by LNG with capacity for 2,500 passengers and will be 140,000 tons. (cruiseindustrynews.com)




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Viking Enters Agreement with Fincantieri for Six Additional Ocean Ships

The Viking Sky (Courtesy Fincantieri)Viking today announced a new agreement with Fincantieri that could see the delivery of six additional ocean ships by 2027. The new understanding expands Viking’s partnership with Fincantieri, raising the company’s total ocean ship order and options to 16 – the highest-ever for a shipyard from a single owner.




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It’s a Bad Time to Build Ships—Unless They Are Cruise Ships

The world’s top shipbuilders are reeling from years of heavy losses, but two European companies are making big money by cornering the lucrative cruise business. Italy’s Fincantieri S.p.A and Germany’s Meyer Werft GmbH are fully booked for the next four years, according to the companies and marine-data provider Clarksons. (wsj.com)




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Fincantieri And Viking Ocean Cruises Strengthen Their Partnership. Contracts for the 7th and 8th ships effective, options for 9th and 10th ships exercised

The Viking Sea in Venice (Courtesy Viking Ocean Cruises)Following the agreement signed last April between Fincantieri and Viking Ocean Cruises, the contracts for the construction of the 7th and 8th ships have become effective and, furthermore, the company has exercised the option for the 9th and the 10th unit.




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