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Cruise Ports Annual

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Credit: Carnival Corporation 30 Inside Cruising’s LNG Plunge Back when most owners were still debating how to handle the 2020 sulfur cap, or whether the deadline would even stick, Carnival forged ahead with a massive bet on LNG for cruise-ship propulsion. That early move is now starting to pay off.

By Greg Miller 38 Cruise Building: Growing, Cleaner and Not Always Bigger 2019 will be the biggest year ever for new ship introductions.

By Rick Eyerdam 50 Port Security: If You’ve Seen One Port, You’ve Seen One Port ARES Security Corporation’s sophisticated AVERT C-2 platform integrates myriad sensors and data sources to keep frst responders aware of their immediate environment in real-time.

By Joseph Keefe 54 State of Freight IV: Securing & Enhancing America’s Ports and Supply Chain The American Association of Port Authorities and its membership look ahead at the challenges and opportunities facing the Port Security Grant Program. 6 Maritime Logistics Professional January/February 2019 | |

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