'Sustainability is the new craftmanship': MSC Group inks deal for LNG and hydrogen-powered cruise ships

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MSC claims the LNG-powered 'World Europa' cruise liner (pictured) will be its greenest vessel when it starts operations later this year | Credit: MSC Group
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MSC claims the LNG-powered 'World Europa' cruise liner (pictured) will be its greenest vessel when it starts operations later this year | Credit: MSC Group

Company announces intention to purchase two luxury cruise ships where on-board hotel operations wlll be powered by hydrogen fuel

One of the world's largest cruise operators, MSC Group, has ordered two luxury cruise ships from Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri that are to be powered in part by hydrogen, it announced this week. The...

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