It’s Time to Get Serious about Green Technologies

Following his article More than Froth and Bubbles in November’s Naval Architect Magazine, Richard Halfhide chose to focus his Editorial Comment on the research behind his article and what he had taken away from his findings: ‘…I chanced upon a page...

More Than Froth and Bubbles

Shipping, as you can hardly have failed to notice, is a highly conservative industry, and persuading owners to take a chance is a challenge that has thwarted the ambitions of many innovative startups. “If you’re trying something new the natural reaction is to question...

Cruise Ships Tack to a Greener Future

Next year, millions of vacationers will sip Champagne as they watch the sun set over the ocean on Carnival cruise ships. All the while, company engineers will be engrossed by a different set of bubbles—under their vessels.  In the coming months, Carnival’s engineers...

The Startups Pioneering Maritime Innovation

Maritime recruitment faces a multitude of challenges and obstacles when it comes to propelling the sector into the modern era, but the tide is slowly turning.   Top maritime companies cynical about startups   Silverstream Technologies supplies a clean,...

Cruise Industry Commits to Sustainable Practices for Cleaner Seas

Growth and sustainability go hand in hand, said Cruise Line International Association (CLIA) Chair Adam Goldstein, stressing the importance of protecting the marine environment and the global cruise industry’s commitment to sustainable tourism efforts.Speaking at both...

What are Cruise Line Leaders Prioritising for 2019?

Lisa Lutoff-Perlo, president and CEO of Celebrity Cruises explains how the company is committed to reducing their environmental footprint using emission reducing technologies such as air lubrication. Read the full...

Silverstream Technologies on the BBC

While electric vehicles are seen as the future for road transport, the same can’t be said for the shipping industry.Batteries can’t yet power 100,000-ton container ships from one side of the world to the other, so ships’ engines look set to rely on fossil fuels for...