Passenger Ship Webinar Week
Be sure to join us for Passenger Ship Webinar Week
Building in China. Zero emissions. Preparing to sail again.
Beginning 27 April, we will be holding a series of daily webinars, each meticulously researched and focussed on a key aspect of cruise and ferry operations. The webinars are designed to strike the right balance between transmission of key information and interaction with the expert panel assembled.
Our discussions are focused, cover the advertised subjects, and deliver registrants actionable insights.
Registration is free, please sign up below.
To guarantee a position on one of the webinar panels, as either a premium partner or sponsored presenter and panellist, please speak with Indrit Kruja. A number of positions are made available throughout our webinar weeks for our commercial partners on a first come, first served basis.
Please join us for any or all of the following:
Passenger vessel construction in China: experience, cost and capacity assessed
Date: Tuesday 27 April - Time: 14:00-14:45 BST
Chinese shipyards are successfully targeting passenger ship construction business boosted by capacity constraints at European shipyards and pricing. Our webinar will critically assess the benefits - and challenges - of building passenger ships in China and include case studies that share lessons learned
Join us as we discuss
- An operator’s experience: lessons learned; benefits assessed
- Why European and US technology and outfitters can help China make up vital ground
- How Chinese yards can develop ferry and cruise ship construction techniques
- Managing quality assurance
Per Westling, Managing Director, Stena RoRo
Niels-Erik Lund, Chairman-CEO, SunStone Ships
Carlos Reyes, Managing Partner, Tomas Tillberg Design
Kari Granberg, Project Manager NB, Viking Line
Ferry sector: paving the way towards zero emissions
Date: Wednesday 28 April - Time: 09:00-09:45 BST
The ferry sector’s pathway to zero emissions involves operators assessing a plethora of propulsion options, including all-electric, hydrogen, fuel cells, LNG as well as hybrid choices. This webinar will compare these options including the key technical and operational issues, cost implications and compliance challenges. Case studies featuring recent zero-emissions newbuilding projects and operational experience will be shared.
Join us as we discuss
- Creating a business case for a zero-emissions ferry
- Operational challenges: technical, operational, regulatory
- Opex versus capex costs and a return on investment
- Onshore infrastructure and onboard energy storage considerations
- Balancing light weight and high-speed needs with heavier alternative propulsion equipment
- How ’well-to-wake’ and tank-to-wake’ environmental assessments impact the passenger ship sector
Halfdan Abrahamsen, Media and Information Manager, Renewable Energy, Ærø EnergyLab (E-Ferry Ellen)
Jakob Steffensen, Director, Innovation Lead, Technology & Innovation, DFDS
Per Vidar Johannesen, Senior Sales Manager, Integrated Systems and solutions EPMS, Wärtsilä Norway
Cruise ships: preparing to sail again
Date: Thursday 29 April - Time: 14:00-14:45 BST
As cruise companies prepare to start voyages again, they need to take into consideration some important aspects such as: crew and passenger interior spaces; Covid-19 testing; containing an onboard outbreak; vaccine passports and travel restrictions. Our webinar will look at these and related concerns from operational, technology, design and layout standpoints. Our panel will also put forward solutions and ways forward
Join us as we discuss
- Vessel lay up: how vessels are being brought back into service
- Ventilation and filtering technology
- Public spaces: short-term and long-term solutions
- Impacts on crew and logistics
- Guest testing: digitalisation versus manual
- Passenger flow: designing the next-generation cruise ship
My Nguyen, Director Interior Design & Operations, Holland America Group
Senior Representative, RINA
A confirmation email will be sent after registration. A reminder will be sent with your access details no later than 72 hours before the event’s date, and a further reminder will be sent 1 hour before the webinar is due to begin.
- During the webinar, the identity of attendees is confidential
- All attendees join the webinar with their microphone off
- We encourage questions during the webinar; the moderator will raise questions to the expert presenters
- A recording of the webinar will be accessible at www.rivieramm.com/webinar-library after the event has taken place.