Raytheon Anschütz is to supply of NautoSteer Advanced Steering Gear Control Systems to two prototype cruise ships being built at Fincantieri’s Monfalcone shipyard for the British-American Carnival Corporation.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) in Japan is to install Emsys laser emissions monitoring equipment from WR Systems onboard two newbuild vessels under construction for Carnival cruise line’s AIDA Cruise brand.
MTN Satellite Communications and Wireless Maritime Services (WMS) have implemented communications services aboard Carnival Cruise Lines' newest ship, Carnival Breeze.
Hamburg-based SAM Electronics and its associate group company, L-3 Valmarine of Norway, report that they have completed the delivery of integrated navigation and automation control systems to the 130,000-gt Carnival Breeze, Carnival Cruise Lines’ latest flagship.
The world’s largest cruise company, Carnival Corporation, has joined the MONALISA project, led by The Swedish Maritime Administration, which aims to continuously track the locations of cruise and cargo vessels sailing in European waters.
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