Length: 300 m
Passenger capacity: 3,300 unit
Width: 37.6 m
Length: 330 m
Passenger capacity: 1,830 unit
... for Princess Cruises at Monfalcone shipyard. This new unit, with 145,000 gross tons and accommodation on board for 4,610 passengers in 1,830 cabins and 1,411 crew members, represents an evolution of the successfully ...
Length: 138.5 m
DWT: 945 t
Passenger capacity: 1,000 unit
OwnerHurtigruten Group AS TypeCargo/Passenger DesignVik-Sandvik / Arkitekt Arne Johansen Delivery2002 YardKleven Verft Ynr292 PERFORMANCE & CAPACITIES Gross Tonnage15530 T Net Tonnage6059 T Fuel Oil680 m3 Water Ballast1050 ...
Length: 361 m
Passenger capacity: 6,296 unit
Width: 47 m
... the ship's engines is 97,000 kW, giving a cruise speed of 22 knots. The Allure of the Seas will cruise on the Caribbean Sea, and its home port will be Fort Lauderdale in Florida. Oasis ...
Length: 337 m
Passenger capacity: 2,626 unit
Width: 42 m
... the first AIDA vessel with cabins for single travellers. The ship joined the AIDA fleet at the end of 2018. Classification RINA Production series Helios Class Type Cruise Liner Shipyard MEYER ...
Passenger capacity: 100 unit
... OVERNIGHT CRUISE BOAT Nichols Brothers Boat Builders was contracted to build two new 238’ x 45’ Overnight Cruise boats for Lindblad Expeditions. The first vessel the M/V National Geographic ...
... projects, including jumboisation and dejumboisation Gas carriers (LNG and LPG) Cruiseships, ferries and mega-yachts Floating production vessels, MODUs Tankers, container and cargo ships Marine Repair ...
Length: 107.6 m
Passenger capacity: 196 unit
... members. Hondius is the first vessel built to class “LR PC6”, meeting the latest and highest demands of Lloyd’s Register for “Polar Class 6” vessels, the highest Polar Class notation for ice-strengthened vessels. The ...
Length: 104 m
Passenger capacity: 130 unit - 180 unit
Width: 18.4 m
Expedition cruise vessel with a gross tonnage of 7,000, and accommodation from 80 up to 180. VESSEL TYPE CRUISE DESIGNED BY ULSTEIN DESIGN & SOLUTIONS AS Optional ...
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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.Applications
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.Technologies
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.
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