Category: Cruises

Cruise industry’s biofuel adoption is limited by range

Large cruise companies began running trials with biofuels two years ago, but their executives say they are far from being able to use it to power their ships regularly.

Lindblad tasting menu: a perfect pairing with sustainability

Every guest on Lindblad Expeditions’ two newest ships, the 128-passenger National Geographic Endurance and National Geographic Resolution, are invited at least once per cruise to the small-group dining space on the ship’s top deck, called Charlie’s Table and Cook’s Nook, respectively. 

Sexual assault accusations on cruise ships rise in 2023

Accusations of sexual assault on cruise ships increased last year, reports USA Today.

Icon of the Seas: The environmental impact of the world’s largest cruise ship

ith features like liquefied natural gas (LNG) powered engines, heat from the engines used to warm water, and the ability to plug into electricity supplies at ports, Icon of the Seas will be Royal Caribbean’s “most sustainable ship to date”, according to the company.

Coral Expeditions inducted into the Ecotourism Hall of Fame

Coral Expeditions, Australia’s pioneering cruise line, was recently inducted into the Ecotourism Hall of Fame in recognition of two decades of unwavering commitment to advanced and sustainable Ecotourism practices.

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Locals in Málaga protest tourism amid rising rents and gentrification

Marching under the slogan ‘Málaga for living, not surviving’, last weekend 15,000 people took to the streets to demand affordable housing and protest mass-tourism in the Costa del Sol city.