COS Weekly Newsletter
Carnival Cruise Line has canceled all planned sailings in US waters until February and some sailings into March 2021. Carnival has indicated that it is in the process of creating a "gradual, phased in" approach that will begin with cruises departing from Miami and Port Canaveral, Florida, which will be followed by Galveston, Texas. In total, they expect to have 16 vessels capable of following the CDC process and ready to resume service in the US in 2021.
Dec 2 - COS Board of Directors Meeting
Dec 4 - COS Liner Committee Meeting
Dec 25 - Office Closed – Christmas
Ship of the Week
The LNG-powered CMA CGM Jacques Saadé has marked a new milestone as it completed its first LNG bunkering in Rotterdam. The operation was the largest LNG bunkering operation ever in history after the ship took on 17,300 cubic meters of LNG fuel. With its 18,600 cubic meter tank, CMA CGM Jacques Saade was refueled with LNG while port handling operations were underway. The bunkering operation was performed by the Gas Agility, the world’s largest LNG bunkering vessel.
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