OceanGuard BWMS Onboard Carnival’s Aida Stella

Press Release
Friday, March 08, 2013
Photo: Headway

OceanGuard Ballast Water Management System (BWMS), developed and manufactured by Headway Technology Co. Ltd., has been installed on board Aida Stella, a Carnival luxury cruise vessel.

Aida Stella is the first order and application among in Germany for Headway, also the second luxury cruise vessel order from Carnival Corporation since Headway reached the first cooperation with Costa Crociere S.p.A, Italy on July 26th, 2011. Installation and commissioning of OceanGuard BWMS was finished in Papenburg, Germany, and the ship will be launched early March, 2013.
 

www.headwaytech.com/en

  • Photo: Headway

    Photo: Headway

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