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RCCL & World Wildlife Fund Announce Global Partnership For Ocean Conservation

5-year partnership sets ambitious and measurable goals to reduce company’s environmental footprint January 25, 2016 – Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL) and World Wildlife Fund (WWF) announced today a five-year global partnership to help ensure the long-term health of the oceans. The partners will set measurable and achievable sustainability targets that will reduce Royal Caribbean’s […]

Carnival Corporation Conservation Program Reduces Fuel Usage By One Billion Gallons Over 7 Years

October 2, 2014 – Carnival Corporation & plc today released the results of its multi-year Fleet Fuel Conservation Program that by the end of 2014 will have saved more than one billion gallons of fuel and reduced fleet carbon emissions by 12 billion kilograms over a seven year period. By the end of 2014, Carnival […]

MSC Cruises Begins Two-Year $273 Million “Renaissance Program”

Sept. 10, 2014 – MSC Cruises today began the process of physically enlarging the MSC Armonia, the first of four ships in the line’s fleet to undergo the Renaissance Program. During an event at Fincantieri shipyard in Palermo, Sicily, the separated 14,000 ton bow of the MSC Armonia slowly advanced 30 meters away from her […]

Princess Cruises Honored by Port of San Francisco for Environmental Efforts

May 24, 2010. Princess Cruises has been awarded several environmental awards recently, which demonstrates the cruise line’s committment to environmental concerns. The Sapphire Princess, Sea Princess and Star Princess have been named gold-level winners for the Port of San Francisco 2009 Cruise Ship Environmental Award. The award honors these ships for “outstanding record in safeguarding […]