Innovative health protocols include fresh air in all public spaces, industry-leading virus neutralizing air filters, virtual queues, reduced ship capacity, regular virus testing for Crew, thermal monitoring cameras and leading partnerships with AtmosAir Solutions and EcoLab.
The Company also unveiled its redesigned Sail & Sustain program which is structured around five pillars: Reducing Environmental Impact, Sailing Safely, Empowering People, Strengthening our Communities and Operating with Integrity and Accountability.
Newly announced goals and aspirations build on company’s achievement of 2020 sustainability goals a year ahead of schedule, with additional progress details expected to be released in its annual Sustainability Report later this summer.
Dine My Way allows guests to make reservations in onboard dining rooms and specialty restaurants at times and with people they prefer while also optimizing capacities in dining rooms and restaurants on board and managing wait times.
Every Princess cruise ship will feature land-like connectivity making remote working, distance learning and more available to all guests. With an access point in every stateroom, as well as all public areas, guests can move freely around the ship as they work without any frustrating signal drops.
WTTC collaborates with two global hospitality leaders to bring together the world's foremost science and public health experts on April 15 for a free, virtual public forum on proven insights and best practices for moving beyond the pandemic.
The partnership will allow for netTALK Maritime’s ship-based communication system and location intelligence systems to combine with Oracle Hospitality’s passenger management system to assist cruise companies in delivering great experiences for their customers.
The Revolution Series digesters, equipped with BioHiTech's proprietary data analytics platform, are part of the Carnival umbrella's comprehensive plan to limit food waste, achieve safe onboard disposal, and improve associated environmental outcomes.
AIDA Cruises has implemented the contactless Body Temperature Camera from the German company DERMALOG as part of its health and hygiene concept. DERMALOG's solution measures body temperature in real-time using state-of-the-art sensor technology.