Length: 202 m
Main Characteristics Shipowner: Holland America Line Year: 2000 Gross Tonnage: 63,000 t Lenght between Pp: 202 m Moulded breadth: 32.2 m Number of cabins: 720 Max Speed: 22.5 knots
Length: 221.4 m
Main Characteristics Shipowner: Princess Cruises Year: 2000 Gross Tonnage: 76,500 t Lenght between Pp: 221.4 m Moulded breadth: 32.2 m Number of cabins: 1,011 Max Speed: 21.4 knots
Length: 290 m
DWT: 116000000 kg
... SAPPHIRE PRINCESS are a series of 116,000 gross tonnage, cruise ships built for Princess Cruises, an established brand within the Carnival Group, the world's largest cruise ...
Length: 240.96 m
DWT: 50142000 kg
Gross Tonnage 50,142 t Length 240.96 m Breadth 29.6 m Speed 22 knots Passengers 940
Length: 253.3 m
DWT: 71300000 kg
The seventh and for the time being last ship of the sevenfold-series for AIDA Cruises is the AIDAstella. The cruise ship is currently under construction at the shipyard ...
Length: 252 m
DWT: 71300000 kg
The AIDAmar is the sixth ship built by MEYER WERFT for AIDA Cruises. It was integrated in the AIDA-fleet as the ninth ship in 2012. The ship is designed for the German ...
Passenger ships can be broadly classified into ferries and cruisers. Ferries are passenger ships traveling between ports, while cruisers are large passenger ships that can accommodate ...
Technical information Length: 193.3 m Breadth: 27.6 m Draught: 6.0 m Passenger Cabins: 593 Passengers: 1186 Crew: 370 members Speed: 21.5 knots
On November 2004 STX Europe, Rauma delivered for Birka Line a 1,800 pax cruise vessel designed mainly for year around service in the Baltic Sea. She comprises eleven decks, of which five are dedicated ...
Length: 100 m
Length: 109.73 m
Boat Information The Empress of the North is an overnight paddle wheel cruise boat, built in 2003 for American West Steamboat Company. Quick glance: Length: 360' Beam: 52' Draft: 12'-6" Fuel Capacity: 73,350 ...
Length: 70.71 m
Boat Information The Queen of the West was built in 1995 for American West Steamboat Co. Quick glance: Length: 232' Beam: 50' Draft: 7' Fuel Capacity: 15,000 Gallons Fresh Water Capacity: 15,000 Gallons Sewage: 15,000 Gallons Speed: ...
Length: 41.15 m
Specialty Boats for Recreational, Commercial and Law-Enforcement applications. Boat pictured is an HM 135’ Cruise Boat. Specialty boats are available in custom sizes with custom features. BUILT TO CUSTOMER’S SPECIFICATIONS ’
Length: 138.5 m
DWT: 945000 kg
Passenger capacity: 1000 unit
Length: 59.6 m
... Accommodation Passengers 52 Crew 21 Luxury cruise ship is designed to carry 52 passengers for cruise in navigation area 2 and is built according to the Rules of Croatian Register of ...
Length: 67.06 m
LOA: 220 BEAM: 50 DRAFT: 7-6" MAX USCG Certification: Sub-chapter K 600 Restaurant Service
Length: 55.78 m
Length o.a. – 183’-0” Beam – 39’-10” Depth – 9’-0” Draft – 6’-3” Capacity – 100 passengers Main Engine – 2 X Cat 3412D – 1,500hp Speed Service Speed – 10 knots Gross Tonnage – 97 GT CFR Subchapter – K – SOLAS
How to choose this product
A cruise ship is designed to provide accommodations and leisure activities for its passengers. Vessel size and passenger services vary greatly. It generally has multiple passenger decks with cabins, restaurants, gym and other facilities.
These vessels are designed to meet the needs of the tourist industry. They do not simply carry passengers, but offer a wide range of services and activities.
Such vessels can be powered by diesel, electric or gas turbine engines. Often, variable pitch propellers, bow thrusters and pod propulsion are used for increased maneuverability. Superstructure materials are lighter than those used for the hulls, while resisting corrosion. These include stainless steel, alloys of copper and nickel or aluminum. This type of vessel is often equipped with stabilizers.
How to choose
Choice will depend on dimensions, superstructure configuration, the layout of cabins and other facilities, and the zone of operation. Gas turbine engines should be considered because they pollute less than other types. Vessel size will determine the need for variable pitch propellers, pod propulsion or bow thrusters. Multiple regulations govern security features and construction, depending on capacity and routes to be sailed.