Click the video to learn more about Mardi Gras, the first LNG cruise ship in North America.
We support the adaptation of alternative fuels and are proud to be on the forefront of advancing LNG as an alternative fuel source for the cruise industry – an innovation that supports our sustainability goals and reduces our green house gas emissions. One of the keys to establishing LNG as a standard for powering cruise ships in building out an extensive, safe, and reliable infrastructure across the globe for this advanced fuel technology.
Expected to join the fleet through 2025, 6 of which are already in operations.
We began the implementation of our LNG vision by using LNG in port. In 2015, AIDA Cruises’ AIDAsol made history as the first cruise ship in the world to be supplied with power by an LNG hybrid barge while in port in Hamburg, Germany. In 2018, AIDAnova became the first 100% LNG-powered cruise ship.
In 2020, Mardi Gras became the first LNG-powered cruise ship in North America. The ship operates from Port Canaveral, Florida. New terminal facilities were built at Port Canaveral and are under construction at Port Miami.
1st ship with in port LNG capability
2nd ship with in port LNG capability
3rd ship with in port LNG capability
Our 1st 100% LNG-powered cruise ship
1st Costa ship with LNG, 2nd for the company
1st P&O Cruises UK ship with LNG, 3rd for the company
1st Carnival Cruise Line ship with LNG, 4th for the company
Our 5th 100% LNG-powered cruise ship
Our 6th 100% LNG-powered cruise ship
Our 7th 100% LNG-powered cruise ship
P&O Cruises UK
Our 8th 100% LNG-powered cruise ship
Our 9th 100% LNG-powered cruise ship
1st Princess Cruises ship with LNG, 10th for the company
Our 11th 100% LNG-powered cruise ship