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Carnival to expand terminal in Miami to accomodate LNG newbuild
Carnival Cruise Line is to fully renovate and significantly expand Cruise Terminal F at Florida’s PortMiami to accommodate its Excel-class cruise ships, which will be the largest in its fleet and will be powered by LNG. Following approval from the Miami-Dade County Commission, Carnival has shared its plans to work with Miami-based design firm Berenblum Busch Architects to create a terminal with a simple and open layout. The terminal will be equipped with various technologies, such as facial recognition systems, to make the embarkation process quicker and safer. Terminal F is set to open in October 2022 to coincide with the arrival of Carnival’s second Excel-class ship (yet to be named) and is one of three dedicated to the line’s operations in Miami.
Kalmar Zero Emission RTGs to help boost capacity at South Florida Container Terminal in Miami, Florida
Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has signed a deal to supply six Kalmar Zero Emission Rubber-tired Gantry cranes (RTGs) to South Florida Container Terminal, LLC. The cranes will be equipped with a busbar energy system and operator assist features like auto steering and container stack profiling.
Victory Cruise Lines chartering X-Bow ship
Miami based Victory Cruises Lines will charter an X-bow expedition cruise ship from SunStone Ships. The cruise ship with the Ulstein designed bow will be built in China to be delivered in 2021. http://cruisedeck.de/x-bow-expeditionsschiff-fuer-victory-cruise-lines/Upload News