Carnival Corp chief maritime officer William Burke speaks to TradeWinds about using the Silverstream®️ System to tackle itineraries that are more challenging under the new IMO rules.
Ships with air lubrication can be deployed to itineraries that are challenging under upcoming carbon intensity ratings.
The International Maritime Organization’s upcoming carbon intensity scores are expected to deal cruise ships a ratings blow if they spend more time in port and less time on the move.
But Carnival Corp chief maritime officer William Burke explained how the industry giant could use newer vessels outfitted with fuel-saving microbubble technology, known as air lubrication, to tackle itineraries that are more challenging under the new rules.
Read the full article in TradeWinds.
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