Celebrity Silhouette Christened in Hamburg

  Shortly after taking delivery of the 122,000grt ship, Celebrity and parent company Royal Caribbean international christened the panamax ship. The event took place dockside in Hamburg, Germany. The g...

Celebrity Takes Delivery of Silhouette

Celebrity Just took delivery of their newest addition to the Solstice class, the Silhouette. The 1,033ft vessel will be christened in Hamburg tomorrow. At 144,000grt she will be the largest ship christened ...

Project Breakaway

…will be the name of NCL’s new builds. More details can be expected tomorrow when they will be revealed by NCL....

NCL Newbuild Update

From Andy Stuart.I think thats NCL CEO Kevin Sheehan on the far left. ...

BREAKING: RCI Signs LOI To Build

Royal Caribbean signed a letter of intent with German yard Meyer Werft for the first of a new class of vessel for the 2nd largest cruise line. “Project Sunshine,” (Oasis was Project Genesis and Voyager was Proj...

RUMOR:RCI to Build in Germany

Cruise Industry News is reporting that sources have told them that Royal Caribbean International “is set to go with Meyer Werft for a two-ship order.” This is surprising in not only THAT they will be ordering more, but WHERE they are ordering more. RCI has alw...

Disney Dream One Step Closer

The Disney Dream just completed its passage down the River Ems. The shipyard that it was built at, Meyer Werft of Papenburg, Germany, is technically inland, linked to the sea only by this narrow, twisty rive...

New NCL Ship Recap

NCL announced last week that they will build 2 new ships in German’ys Meyer Werft Shipyard. Here is what we know so far:Each ship will be about $750 million. Pretty much average although compared to the Epi...

Disney Dream Floated Out

The Disney Dream has now had her first taste of water. She was successfully floated out at Meyer Werft Shipyard in Papenburg, Germany. The 128,000 grt ship is still on track for a January 26th maiden voyage. ...

Rumor Mill: New NCL ships?

Cruise social media guru Gene Sloan of  USA Today, tweeted this: So far @NCLFreestyle isn't commenting on talk line in deal with Germany's Meyer Werft for two 138,000-ton, 4,050-passenger vessels. Th...