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Balcony Cabins
Balcony cabins are a great choice of accommodation that gives the passenger the chance to gaze out over the ocean from their own private space.
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DP2
Computer-controlled system to automatically maintain a cruise vessel's position by using its propellers and thrusters.
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Sundeck
Spacious area with swimming pools, bars, restaurants and relaxation areas to give the utmost comfort to the client and passenger.   
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Engine System
The most common engine system today is either Diesel or GAS (LNG) driven. Newly delivered Cruise ships are predominately using the more environmental friendly GAS (LNG) engine system.
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Scrubber
Exhaust gas cleaning systems (EGCS), or SOx scrubbers are used to remove harmful elements from exhaust gases.
* The Vessels shown here are exemplary Models only.
Cruise Ship

cruise ships are able to accommodate more than 5,000 persons

A cruise ship is a passenger ship used for recreational and leisure voyages, in which the journey itself and the onboard amenities, attractions, activities and entertainment options are integrant part of the cruise experience. From technical perspective they are highly advance ships fitted with most sophisticated equipment available in the market. Modern cruise ships use diesel-electric pod propulsion for superior maneuverability when entering ports. To increase the passenger comfort most cruise ships utilize stabilizers to reduce the rolling in heavy weather. A mega cruise ship is nowadays able to accommodate more than 5,000 persons and are currently the largest and more sophisticated vessels in the world.

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