Carnival Cruise Lines Cancels Additional Voyages of Carnival Splendor as Repairs Continue

Carnival Cruise Lines has cancelled additional departures of the Carnival Splendor including the January 16, 23, 30 and February 6 and 13, 2011 voyages to allow for additional repair time following an engine room fire aboard the vessel in November. The ship is now scheduled to re-enter service February 20, 2011.
As repairs have progressed… [Continue Reading]

Carnival Destiny to Undergo Dry Dock Next Month to Fix Propulsion Problem

MIAMI, Jan 26: Carnival Destiny will undergo a 7-day dry dock next month to resolve a propulsion problem. The issue is only affecting the vessel’s sailing speed and all other systems are operating normally. The dry dock will take place Feb. 13-20. Carnival is cancelling two cruises that were scheduled to take place during the… [Continue Reading]

Seven Seas Voyager to enter dry-dock to facilitate repairs to damaged propulsion pod

Fort Lauderdale – April 1, 2009 – Regent Seven Seas Cruises (RSSC) confirmed today that it is necessary to cancel the upcoming April 18th and May 8th cruises of the 700-guest Seven Seas Voyager in order to make the necessary repairs to one of its pod propulsion units.
The starboard propulsion unit became entangled with a… [Continue Reading]

Norwegian Dawn to Undergo Unscheduled Dry Dock

Miami – March 30, 2007 — Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) today announced that Norwegian Dawn will be entering a previously unscheduled dry dock on May 29 to conduct necessary repairs on a thrust bearing in the ship’s ABB-manufactured azipod propulsion system. During routine inspections, Norwegian Dawn’s engineers identified localized wear in the thrust bearing and… [Continue Reading]