Passenger Ship Sustainability

Senior representatives from Carnival Corporation, MSC Cruises, DFDS and Wightlink Ferries will share recent case studies and lessons learnt to reduce emissions and improve fuel efficiency at Passenger Ship Sustainability 2017, taking place in Southampton Nov. 14-15.

Delegates will also hear from Port of Barcelona, Port of Helsinki, Lloyds Register, Peace Boat, Sea Europe and industry body IMAREST in the conference which will be chaired by Richard Vie, Former VP Technical Development and Quality Assurance, Carnival Corporation.

Passenger Ship Sustainability 2017 will provide solutions and discuss topics that include; Air Pollution, Ballast Water Convention, LNG, Sulphur Regulation, Ship Design, Next Generation Engines, Propulsion Systems, and Energy Management.

Confirmed Speakers Include:

Tom Strang,
Senior Vice President Maritime Affairs, Carnival Corporation

Yves Bui,
LNG Project Director, MSC Cruise Management

Paul Woodall,
Environment and Sustainability Director, DFDS

Barry Smith,
Head of Safety, Wightlink Ferries

Kimmo Mäki,
CEO, Port of Helsinki

Jordi Vila,
Head of Environment, Port of Barcelona

Remy Millot,
Project Coordinator, Peace Boat

Timothy Wilson,
Principal Scientist- Fuels, Lubes and Exhaust Emissions, Lloyds Register

Erik Schumacher,
Head of Division Stationary Fuel Cells, National Organisation Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology