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SCHIFFFAHRT | SHIPPING Newbuilding deliveries 2021 Ship »Aida Cosma« »Costa Toscana« »Rotterdam« »Coral Geographer« »Golden Horizon« »Crystal Endeavor« »Hanseatic Spirit« »Nat.Geogr. Resolution« »MSC Seashore« »Msc Virtuosa« »World Navigator« »Le Commandant Charcot« »Ultramarine« »Wonder of the Seas« »Odyssey of the Seas« »Silver Dawn« »Sea Cloud Spirit« »Ocean Victory« »Ocean Explorer« »SH Minerva« »Viking Venus« »Viking Octantis« »Valiant Lady« Operator Carnival – Aida Cruises Carnival – Costa Crociere Carnival – Holland America Coral Expeditions, Australia DIV Group – Tradewinds Voy. Genting-Crystal Yacht Expedit. Hapag-Lloyd Cruises Lindblad National Geographic MSC Cruises MSC Cruises Mystic Group/Atlas Ocean Voy. Ponant Quark Expeditions Royal Caribbean International Royal Caribbean International RCG – Silversea Cruises Sea Cloud Cruises SunStone Ships – Victory/Alba. SunStone Ships – Vantage Tr. Swan Hellenic (own.Vodohod) Viking Ocean Cruises Viking Ocean Cruises Virgin Voyages GT 183,900 183,731 99,935 5,536 8,770 20,449 15,651 12,786 169,380 181,541 9,923 31,757 13,827 236,857 167,704 40,884 5,431 8,181 8,228 10,617 48,842 30,150 108,192 23 1,602,27 Bold vessel name means delivery was postponed from 2020 to 2021 high-end luxury vessel with only 264 beds. Meyer Werft of Papenburg starts a new series for Disney Cruises with the 144,000 GT »Disney Wish«. The 3,258 bed »Celebrity Beyond« will be the third of five in the current series for Celebrity Cruises, the premium brand in the Royal Newbuilding deliveries planned in 2022 Ship Operator »Carnival Celebration« Carnival Cruise Line »Arvia« Carnival Group – P&O »Discovery Princess« Carnival – Princess Cruises »Seabourn Venture« Carnival – Seabourn »Disney Wish« Disney Cruises »Global Dream« Genting – Dream Cruise »Msc Seascape« MSC Cruises »Msc World Europa« MSC Cruises »World Traveller« Mystic Group/Atlas Ocean Voy. »Norwegian Prima« Norwegian Cruise Line »Janssonius« Oceanwide Expeditions »Evrima« (2020) Ritz-Carlton Yacht »Celebrity Beyond« Royal Caribb. – Celebrity »Sylvia Earle« SunStone Ships – Aurora Exp. »Ocean Odyssey« SunStone Ships – Vantage Trav. »Sh Vega« Swan Hellenic (owner: Vodohod) »Viking Mars« Viking Ocean Cruises »Viking Neptun« Viking Ocean Cruises »Viking Polaris« Viking Ocean Expedition »Resilient Lady« Virgin Voyages 20 Beds 5,200 5,224 2,668 120 272 200 230 126 4,540 4,888 175 245 199 5,5 4,180 596 136 186 140 152 930 378 2,770 39,055 Shipyard Meyer Werft Meyer Turku Fincantieri-Margh. Vard Vung Tau Brodosplit MV Werften Vard Group A/S Crist / Ulstein Fincantieri-Monf. Atlantique West Sea, PTG Vard Group A/S Brodosplit Atlantique Meyer Werft Fincantieri Metalships & D. China Merchants China Merchants Helsinki SY Oy Fincantieri Vard Group Fincantieri-Sestri Caribbean Group. »Norwegian Prima« with her 3,250 beds is the first of six sisters for NCL, who decided some years ago not to join the run for the largest capacities afloat. The 108,000 GT / 2,770 bed »Resilient Lady« will already be the third ship for the GT 183,900 185,206 143,700 23 144 208 169,400 205,007 9,300 142,500 5,509 25,401 140,600 8 8 10,600 47,800 47,800 30,150 108 1,846,647 Beds 5,200 5,200 3,660 264 2,500 5 4,540 5,264 176 3,215 174 298 3,258 140 162 152 930 930 378 2,770 44,211 Delivery 2022–11 2022–12 2022–03 2022–07 2022–06 2022–__ 2022–12 2022–11 2022–11 2022–06 2022–10 2022–05 202204 2022–06 2022–03 202204 2022–09 2022–03 2022–08 2022–07 Shipyard Meyer Turku Meyer Werft Fincant.-Castella. Mariotti Meyer Werft MV Werften Fincantieri Atlantique West Sea, PTG Fincantieri Brodosplit Barreras Atlantique China Merchants China Merchants Helsinki SY Oy Fincantieri Fincantieri Vard Group Sövik. Fincant.-Sestri © Arnulf Hader new entrant Virgin Voyages which had not carried many passengers up to now, because it had planned to enter the market when the pandemic broke out. The completion of the luxury vessel »Evrima« was delayed several times. Viking Ocean Cruises will add two more »planets« to a long series and the second of two expedition ships. The remaining four expedition ships for other operators are below 10,000 GT and belong to running series. Scrapping in 2022 The capacity forecast also includes the expectation that a handful of vessels will leave the active fleet permanently. Among them could be two further Carnival ships of the »Fantasy« class. Four of this class were already sold in 2020 and two more were sold in early 2022. Since the first four arrived at scrapyards meanwhile, another fate would be surprising in the actual cases. Background to this assumption is that the first three went directly to a Turkish beach while the fourth was acquired by the Chinese river cruise operator Century Cruises, but finally this »Century Harmony« arrived in Pakistan for scrapping early 2022. Some smaller ships which are waiting for new charters for two years now may also reach their end of life. The five charter-free vessels of Seajets allow some speculation too. The deletions in 2022 could sum up to 300,000 GT and 10,000 beds. Under these assumptions, the fleet reaches 358 ships with 26. mill. GT and 664,500 beds at the end of 2022. At the beginning of this year, the count was 343 ships with 25.25 mill. GT and 629,000 beds. The rise of average sizes and capacity per ship is slowing down. There is still a number of big ships with more than 100,000 or 200,000 GT in the order books but the number of small luxury and expedition vessels is augmenting. The overtourism in port cities and the pandemic are good reasons for more smaller ships when new ships are ordered again. The Genting Group The most interesting single topic at this time is the future of the Genting Group with its ship operators and shipyards. Within a few weeks of January, major companies in the group were declared bankrupt. Discussions arose around the completion of the »Global Dream« in North-Eastern Germany. This 38 HANSA – International Maritime Journal 04 | 2022

SCHIFFFAHRT | SHIPPING 2,500-cabin giant is 75 % completed in the covered dock in Wismar. When the government of the State of Mecklenburg- Vorpommern asked to contribute their share to the provision of the next loans for completion of the ship for the brand Dream Cruises, the Genting Group said they were not able to do so. Meanwhile, leaders of the Genting Group stepped down, the luxury brand Crystal Cruises stopped all activities and the ships are arrested in the Bahamas because of unpaid fuel bills. The three ships are for sale, including the new »Crystal Endeavour«. The booking engine of Dream Cruises, with ships sailing from Hong Kong, Singapore and Taiwan, went offline. The river ships in Germany are still in winter lay-up. Manfredi Lefebre d’Ovidio, who has sold his Silversea Cruises to the Royal Caribbean Group a few years ago, has shown interest in acquiring the sea and river cruise ships of the Crystal fleet for his Heritage Group. Following the dissolution of Genting, the management of the fleet is actually done by V.Ships and River Advice. © MV Werften Bankrupt MV Werften in Northeast Germany are still looking for a new owner The fate of the German shipyards group MV Werften with sites in Wismar, Warnemünde and Stralsund and their remaining 1,900 employees is in the hands of the insolvency administrator. They stopped working until new owners are found. This is the current situation in February 2022. There is hardly any chance that the group will survive as major builder of cruise ships: • Lloyd Werft of Bremerhaven is a traditional ship repair yard which is also fitting out mega yachts. A yacht company in the United Arab Emirates, the neighbouring ship repairer and builder Rönner and Kurt Zech of Bremen are Cranes & life-saving packages To reach a safe place you need more than just a boat. Made in Germany. Davits Cranes Aftersales Industry www.di-hische.de HANSA – International Maritime Journal 04 | 2022 39

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