SunStone Orders Third Expedition Cruise Vessel at CMHI Yard
Miami-based SunStone Ships has declared option number two at CMHI shipyard after signing a long-term charter contract with Victory Cruise Line for the vessel, with a total of three newbuilds now under construction at the Chinese yard.A press release from the manager of passenger ships across the globe said that it originally placed one firm contract and nine options on Ulstein deliveries of expedition cruise vessel designs and equipment packages back in 2017.All ten vessels are part of SunStone Ships’ series of vessels in the ‘INFINITY-class’.
Ulstein Enters the Yacht Market
The Ulstein Group has secured an order to build its first vessel within the yacht segment: Ulstein Verft has signed a contract to build a yacht for a private owner, one of the world’s biggest ship owners. "The customer wants the characteristic X-BOW from ULSTEIN, and together with Espen Øino, responsible for the exterior design and GA-plan, we have developed a solid yacht project," said managing director Kristian Sætre at Ulstein Verft. The yacht will be 88.5 meters long and 16.3 meters wide, and the marine platform and hull line design is developed by Ulstein Design & Solutions.