Cruise sector gets sinking feeling as tourists stay at home

Coronavirus chaos has affected every aspect of the global economy. Since COVID-19 reached Europe in early March, no country has escaped the pandemic unscathed.  Admittedly, some industries have weathered the storm better than others.  For plenty of white-collar workers it’s been business as usual amid an array of remote working[…]

How the World Ports Sustainability Program contributes to a viable future

In this recent episode of our video chat series, World Ports Sustainability Program (WPSP) Technical Director, Antonis Michail speaks to MarineTraffic Partner, Argyris Stasinakis about port sustainability, the need for the acceleration of digitalisation in the industry and even women’s participation in maritime. The WPSP started back in 2018, as[…]

How to use Weather Routing step by step

Launched two months ago, our new Weather Routing (WR) service is an easy to use tool for ship owners, fleet operations managers and/or charterers among others as it is utilising weather forecasts to save emissions and increase efficiency, something that will play a role and have a strong impact on[…]

Marine Gallery June 2020

Welcome to the Marine Gallery of June 2020, a monthly segment on our blog featuring the five best pictures of every month, selected by members of the MarineTraffic Photo Moderators. These could include images of vessels, ports or lighthouses from around the world. We encourage everyone to submit photos by[…]