The new 5,200-passenger ship will weigh 180,000 tons and begin service in 2020, with construction beginning next year at Meyer Werft’s Papenburg shipyard in Germany.
The ship claims to be:
the most environmentally efficient ship in the history of P&O Cruises. Powered at sea and in port by liquefied natural gas, exhaust emissions will be significantly reduced to help protect the environment.
By the time the good ship Boaty McHarambeface launches, companies will also stop using banal guerilla (gorilla, surely? - Ed.) marketing tactics on social media. Or at least, we can only hope.