Cruise + Ferry 2001 Preview
This year's Cruise + Ferry Exhibition promises to be even bigger than it was in 1999. The biennial show, which draws thousands of cruise and ferry operators, chief engineers, interior designers and naval architects is recognized worldwide as the premier exhibition in its market.
With more than 450 companies representing more than 45 countries already scheduled to show off their innovations, record visitor and delegate participation is also expected at the conference, which will be held from May 8-10.
With booths situated in London's Grand and West halls of Olympia, attendees will have the opportunity to meet and share ideas with the leading providers of products and services to the cruise, ferry and fast ferry industries. Organizations that have already registered include: Austal Ships, GE Marine Engines, Fincantieri, Kvaerner Masa-Yards, Incat and MAVCO — to name a few.
Sponsored by Lloyd's List Events, the conference will also feature presentations focusing on myriad of topics, which have contributed to the industry's buoyant presence. Programs held throughout the conference's three-day agenda will deal with Ship Design; Ship conversion, Speed and Propulsion; Interior Design ; Safety; Operations & Management; and Environmental Policy and Pressures.
Also featured is the exhibition's headliner — the Cruise + Ferry Gala Awards Dinner. Scheduled for May 9, this event, which will be held at the Royal Lancaster Hotel, Hyde Park, London, honors the most innovative organizations in the cruise, ferry and fast ferry markets.
For further details regarding registration and/or exhibits, please contact: John Wilson, marketing manager, 69-77 Paul St., London EC2A 4LQ U.K., tel:+44 20 7553 1612; fax:+44 20 7553 1691, oremail: john.Wilson@informa.com, www.cruiseferryex.
Other stories from April 2001 issue
- The New Knowledge Brokers? page: 8
- Crowley Launches Refurbishment Of 25 Seagoing Tugs page: 9
- Boat-Park.com — The Virtual Trade Show That Never Sleeps page: 12
- LevelSeas Buys SeaLogistics page: 12
- Proposed Regulations Regarding Source of Income From Activities In Intl. Waters page: 14
- COMSAT Mobile Communications Working With U.S. Coast Guard To Save Lives At Sea page: 18
- ASNE Day 2001 To Feature Timely Technical Papers, Informative Exhibits page: 20
- Adsteam To Buy Howard Smith page: 22
- Bollinger To Construct Pair of Vessels For Seacor Marine page: 24
- Holland America's New Ship Points Toward New Visa page: 25
- Cruise + Ferry 2001 Preview page: 25
- Radiance of the Seas — A First Class Delivery page: 26
- Cruise Lines Equip Fleets With Emergency Smoke Hoods page: 27
- Blount Retires From ACCL; Names Daughter As Successor page: 28
- Help Protect Interiors With SS Sanparrel page: 31
- The FPU Market Is Primed To Produce page: 33
- CWWS Delivers 200 Separators To Tidewater page: 38
- A Leg Up on the Competition page: 40
- Seacor Continues Rational Fleet Expansion page: 44
- GLM Poised For A Strong 2001 page: 46
- Friede Goldman Halter Negotiates $100M Financing page: 48
- Clamp Supplier Dives Into Project page: 49
- Dockwise Performs Timely Delivery Of Shell's Brutus page: 50
- Bollinger Wins K-Sea DH Barge Contract page: 52
- Telenor To Acquire COMSAT page: 52
- First Order For Dolphin Propulsion System page: 54
- Stena Discovery Performance Improved With Enhanced Steering System page: 54
- Voith Adds To Its Innovative Range page: 58
- Wartsila: Smokeless by Common Rail page: 64
- Wartsila, Marioff To Cooperate On Emission Control Technolgy page: 65
- Technology, Image Top Inland Agenda page: 66
- Leading Societies Launch Sweeping Safety Initiatives page: 73
- IZAR Delivers For Stena page: 74
- Furuno's New NavNet Is Compact, Seamless page: 74
- Finland: Cradle of Marine High-Tech page: 75