Scanjet Macron completed a tank level gauging system retrofit onboard Hapag-Lloyd Cruises’ Hanseatic during the 18-year old vessel’s 13-day recent dry docking at Blohm+Voss shipyard in Hamburg.

Hapag-Lloyd Cruises is visually unifying the appearance of its fleet. After a 13-day stay at Blohm+Voss in Germany, Hanseatic now features the lines' characteristic colours, an orange and blue band, as well as an orange funnel with the brand logo.

In just under a year Saga Sapphire will set sail as the latest ship in Saga Cruises' fleet.

Celebrity Cruises’ four newest ships and two ‘Solsticized’ vessels will operate Caribbean programs from November 2012 through April 2013.

Ahead of Mein Schiff 2's naming ceremony in Hamburg on May 14, TUI Cruises revealed the onboard highlights of its latest ship which embarks on May 15 for a 9-day maiden voyage, visiting France, Britain, Sweden and Norway.

MSC Cruises has moved to maximise the revenue-generating potential of its flagship MSC Fantasia by adding capacity for an additional 404 passengers, taking the total handling capacity of the ship from 3,959 to 4,363 passengers.

P&O Cruises has announced that when Oriana is transformed into a ship exclusively for adults in November, it will feature a different select dining restaurant, Ocean Grill by Marco Pierre White.

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