A cruise ship docked at the Kai Tak terminal. Cruisers have always been at the vanguard of environmentally-friendly ship technology. Photo: Roy Issa A cruise ship docked at the Kai Tak terminal. Cruisers have always been at the vanguard of environmentally-friendly ship technology. Photo: Roy Issa
A cruise ship docked at the Kai Tak terminal. Cruisers have always been at the vanguard of environmentally-friendly ship technology. Photo: Roy Issa

Letters | Cruise ships on course for change with greener emissions for cleaner air: Hong Kong must take up the baton

  • Cruise ship emissions are filtered through liquid spray ‘scrubbers’ so most of what is left is steam
  • The next change is to switch over to LNG fuel, which will drastically cut emissions of sulphur and nitrogen oxides, as well as particulates

Topic |   Luxury cruises
A cruise ship docked at the Kai Tak terminal. Cruisers have always been at the vanguard of environmentally-friendly ship technology. Photo: Roy Issa A cruise ship docked at the Kai Tak terminal. Cruisers have always been at the vanguard of environmentally-friendly ship technology. Photo: Roy Issa
A cruise ship docked at the Kai Tak terminal. Cruisers have always been at the vanguard of environmentally-friendly ship technology. Photo: Roy Issa
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