Cruise, ferry & yacht references

  • Alfa Nero

    The Alfa Nero is one of the world's largest private yachts. The ship is equipped with two Wärtsilä 5-blade fixed...

  • Anvil Point

    The MV Anvil Point is designed for the transportation of dry cargoes, containers and vehicles. For retrofit applications...

  • BC Ferries

    Spirit of British Columbia & Spirit of Vancouver converted to operate on LNG.

  • Carnival Cruise Line

    New control system improves operational redundancy and guest comfort.

  • Color Magic and Color Fantasy

    “Color Line sees environmental issues as a priority and the use of Wärtsilä exhaust gas cleaning systems on another...

  • Condor Ferries

    "This partnership with Wärtsilä has allowed Condor to be ready to fit ballast water treatment without the need...

  • Crown Princess

    Wärtsilä was contracted by Princess Cruises to retrofit its 113,000 GT cruise ship with 3 x Membrane BioReactor...

  • Destination Gotland

    Two sister ferries being built for Rederi AB Gotland, Sweden, will be powered by Wärtsilä 50DF dual-fuel engines...

  • Harmony of the Seas

    The Harmony of the Seas is powered by four 12-cylinder Wärtsilä 46F engines and two 16-cylinder Wärtsilä 46F engines...

  • IMC ferries

    The Integrated Modular Customized, IMC designs are custom-made according to your requirements, yet pre-designed...

  • Kristina Cruises

    Cruising with reduced environmental impact.

  • La Superba

    La Superba - superb seal system retrofit.

  • M/S Hammerodde

    Energopac retrofit maintains speed for M/S Hammerodde.

  • M/S Robin Hood

    TT-Line, the German-Swedish ferry operator, selected Wärtsilä Hybrid Scrubber Systems to be retrofitted to its...

  • MSC Poesia

    Delivered in 2008, the MSC Poesia, a cruise ship owned and operated by MSC Cruises, is equipped with Wärtsilä V38...

  • Natchan Rera

    The Natchan Rera started service in 2007. Engine power from the vessel is converted to thrust using a newly designed...

  • Oasis of the Seas

    In 2009, Royal Caribbean International took delivery of the world's biggest cruise ship: Oasis of the Seas.

  • O'Pari3

    The 72-metre-long and 1,166-gross-ton luxury megayacht.

  • Queen Mary II

    At the time of her construction in 2003 by Chantiers de l'Atlantique, the Queen Mary II was the longest, widest...

  • Royal Caribbean Cruises

    Maintenance support agreement with Royal Caribbean Cruises.

  • Samar

    The luxury yacht SAMAR was launched in 2006. The ship is powered by a diesel-electric propulsion system consisting...

  • SuperSpeed 2

    Wärtsilä will supply four exhaust gas cleaning systems to retrofit the Ro-pax ferry SuperSpeed 2 for the Norwegian...

  • Superstar

    The Superstar, built in 2008, is equipped with two Wärtsilä 12V46 main engines and three Wärtsilä Vaasa 6R32LNE...

  • Tallink

    New Baltic Sea ferry will be powered by environmentally sustainable Wärtsilä dual-fuel engines.

  • The World Is Not Enough

    During trials in 2004, The world is not enough achieved a top speed of 69 knots. The yacht has a three-shaftline...

  • Viking Grace

    Wärtsilä supplied the propulsion machinery for the ‘Viking Grace’, the world’s first LNG powered passenger vessel.

  • Xvintage

    An innovative 99m concept

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