- Sea Monsters. Branch, Shelly // Fortune;7/6/1998, Vol. 138 Issue 1, p157
Reports on the cruise ship industry. How megaships are transforming the cruise industry; Shipbuilding boom that will boost passenger capacity 51 percent by 2003; Demographics that help explain why cruise stocks are in demand; Shares of Carnival and Royal Caribbean that have increased...
- when the bow breaks. Townsend, Mark // Geographical (Campion Interactive Publishing);Jul2002, Vol. 74 Issue 7, p14
Focuses on the ship graveyard in the Bay of Bengal, Bangladesh. Description of the working condition at the ship graveyard; Increase in the number of ships destined for scrap; Actions being taken by world governments concerning health and environmental impact of ship-breaking activities.
- How to Sell an Older Ship. Young, Susan J. // Travel Agent;5/21/2007, Vol. 329 Issue 10, p61
The article offers tips on how to effectively sell an older ship.
- New ship preview. Snow, Brook Hill // Cruise Travel;Jan/Feb99, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p16
Offers a look at several cruise ships for the 21st century. Includes the five-masted Royal Clipper; Royal Caribbean's Voyager of the Seas; Star Cruise's SuperStar Virgo; NCL's Norwegian Sky; Delta Queen's plan to build five, packet-style, coastal steamers; Hapag-Lloyd's Europa; New cruise ships...
- BREAKING OUT. // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;Mar2013, Issue 3041, p14
The article reports that the passenger ship Norwegian Breakaway will be delivered on April 25, 2013.
- Modern-day Maritime Industry Rooted in Korea's Shipbuilding Traditions. Kim Sung-june; Hugh Ihl // Koreana;Autumn2005, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p56
Traces the history and tradition of the shipbuilding industry in Korea. Rank of Korea in the international shipbuilding industry in 2004; Factors considered in the foundation of the Joseon Dynasty's naval vessels in the 16th century; Features and functions of the turtle ships; Structural...
- One Vessel After Another. Bruns, Adam // Site Selection;Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p926
The article reports on the manufacturing of ships in South Korea. In the first half of 2008, the shipyards have won fully half of the entire world's shipbuilding orders, totaling 12.4 million compensated gross tons. Export value for Korean ships is $27.68 billion. They are not just building the...
- "People, Product, and Performance: The Strengths of Shipbuilding". Colton, Tim // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;May2006, Vol. 132 Issue 5, p18
This article focuses on a discussion on the "American Shipbuilding: An Industry in Crisis." The Europeans still support their shipbuilding industries a little bit but 86% of the world's output now comes from the Far East, where they gave up subsidies a decade or more ago. A tanker costs at least...
- Refreshed & Ship-Shape. // Travel Agent;5/21/2007, Vol. 329 Issue 10, p61
A list of refreshed and remodeled cruise ships in the U.S. is presented. The most expensive ship is the $250 million program to expand facilities and upgrade amenities of Carnival's Evolution of Fun, followed by $55 million project for Celebrity's Century 314 impressive new balconies and $23...