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Cruise brands run by Carnival Corporation emitted nearly 10 times more sulphur oxide air pollution around European coasts than all of the continent's 260 million cars in 2017, a new analysis has claimed.
The ship, recently resorted to the tune of 1.5 million euros, was believed to have been the last active wooden ship in Hamburg
The MSC Opera rammed into a dock and a tourist boat on a busy Venice canal, reportedly injuring five people.
US President Donald Trump inspected Japan's largest warship, the Kaga, during a state visit to the country.
The industry is cutting emissions and turning to sail power.
U.S. seizes North Korean ship it accuses of violating sanctions
Mobile phones shaped like the cartoon cat Garfield have been washing up on a stretch of French coastline for over 30 years, much to the bemusement of locals.
The engines of a luxury cruise ship that became stranded in a storm failed because of low levels of lubricating oil, it's emerged.
'Frightening' and 'surreal': Passengers aboard the Norway cruise ship describe their terrifying experience.
Italian shipbuilding giant Fincantieri has launched a massive new cruise ship, the Costa Venezia, with a capacity of over 5,200 guests. With 135,500 tons and 323 metres in length, the Costa Venezia will be the largest ever ship introduced by Costa to the Chinese market.
Who are 'Strandjutters' and why were they allowed to take items that washed up on the Dutch coast?
A man survived for two days in an air pocket of a capsized ferry on an African lake in a disaster that has claimed the lives of over 200 people
Italy is to seize two ships from migrant rescue charity Mission Lifeline for allegedly breaking the law, which the NGO vehemently denies.
An exhibition at London's Victoria & Albert museum allows visitors to travel back in time to the golden age of ocean liner travel.