Costa to build two 6,600 guest LNG fueled cruise ships; SUNY Maritime STEM Academy helps maritime high schools

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Costa to build two 6,600 guest LNG fueled cruise ships
July 28, 2015—Costa Cruises will build two 6,600 guest, LNG-fueled cruise ships under the four-ship newbuild program at Meyer Werft announced by Carnival Corporation & plc in June. At that time Carnival disclosed that the other two ships included in the multi-billion dollar contract are destined for Carnival’s German brand, AIDA Cruises.

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