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NAPA Safety Summit 2023: Forging the future of cruise ship safety together

A cross-industry forum to build a safer, greener and more efficient cruise industry.

Collaboration has been a key theme in the shipping industry for a few years now. In the run-up to net-zero emissions, in fact, it has become absolutely essential. It is clear shipping needs to collaborate more and create partnerships not only within maritime but also across industries and the energy sector. The industry knows that and is willing to act, but it often lacks a platform and framework to share knowledge safely and take concrete action to forge the way forward. As the leading safety technology partner in the cruise industry, NAPA decided to take the initiative of bringing all industry stakeholders together under one roof.

In February 2023, NAPA organised the first NAPA Safety Summit — a collaborative forum for our partners and users to exchange experiences and learnings with different industry stakeholders, find solutions to daily operational challenges as well as influence the future of ship safety technology to solve the industry’s most critical challenges. To make sure that we had holistic perspectives, not only included the biggest cruise ship owners and operators but also members from class societies, green financing experts, future fuel experts, academics, as well as members of the media — bringing all relevant stakeholders at one table.

How did it all turn out? Watch the video!

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