Where Amsterdam seeks to ban cruise ships from its city centre, the port of Hamburg will welcome them with open arms. The German port is constructing a new, modern terminal that will include shore power. From 2025, the former Cruise Center HafenCity will be replaced...
The 159-metre-long Cap San Diego is said to be the largest seaworthy museum ship in the world and resides in Hamburg, Germany. Learn more about what makes it special and what challenges come up running the ship in a video by the Hamburg Port Authority. Also known as...
The port of Rotterdam is associated with almost 14 million tonnes of CO2 each year, a new study ranking ports’ carbon emissions by NGO Transport & Environment (T&E) shows. Antwerp and Hamburg come in second and third, while three of the top ten polluting ports...
The ports of Rotterdam, Antwerp, Hamburg, Bremen and Haropa (including Le Havre) want to provide large container ships with shore power by 2028. This would mean the onboard generators are not used when the vessels are berthed. The ships will then be connected to the...
German maritime waste specialist Jongen GmbH has taken delivery of a Damen InvaSave 300 mobile ballast water treatment system. The IMO-certified system helps ship operators in the port of Hamburg to comply with the ballast water regulations that came into effect on 8...
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