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I was scheduled to spend 8 days in this cabin in a cargo ship, but it turned into 9. Good thing the accommodations were comfortable!
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This Video is shot by Marine Engineer Arjun Kalra in a container ship- MSC MATILDE. He has brilliantly covered all the important engine room machinery and systems right from tunnel to funnel (Top to Bottom). If you are a new bee, this is a must watch video to understand how the engine room of a cargo ship looks like. Thank You Arjun Kalra for submitting this video.
First of it's kind an Accommodation & Repair Vessel for the Offshore, marine, oil & gas industry refurbished by Sembawang Shipyard. Singapore aerial photographer for Aerial photography & Aerial video filming for housing, shipping, marine, oil & gas industries. shots from EC120 helicopter using Nikon D3 and Sony Z5 HD video cam.
FCR Finland's proprietary cabin module meets and exceeds the tightest IMO’s Safety of Life at Sea requirements in a way never before seen in the market. The cabin structure is certified with all penetrations and modules in place. This includes: AC cabin unit, LED down lights with electrical wire and pipe penetrations with wires and pipes. It makes the cabin the first of its kind to be tested as a complete structure for fire integrity. The cabin ensures passenger comfort with: - High-quality materials and production - Optimal sound insulation and uniform down lighting that creates a comfortable atmosphere - Stable temperature to increase the joy of living - and practical and attractive design For ship owners, the cabin structure and provided services give flexibility to customize the cab...
One of the greatest stories in the Cruise World as of late has been the entry of another product of megasuites on boats: Big, strong and excellent lodges that can cost a huge number of dollars a voyage. As can be seen above in our new photograph voyage through the most tremendous suites adrift, a portion of the most recent journey ship megasuites are greater than the normal American home, with numerous rooms, living ranges with lounge areas and sprawling overhangs. Clearing perspectives of the sea are a given. The spoiling is world class. As one would expect, extravagance lines, for example, Silversea and Seabourn have been revealing probably the most staggering (and expensive) suites. Be that as it may, there additionally has been a super-suite weapons contest of sorts as of late amon...
Increased passenger capacity to TALLINK RoPax M/V Regal Star by SRC Engineering, manufacturing and installation of accommodation area extension with superstructure, interior outfitting and ship systems. Turnkey delivery of an accommodation extension for the RoPax vessel, M/V Regal Star, owned by TALLINK, to increase the passenger capacity and vessel’s value. The entire two deck accommodation module, that consists of 10 passenger cabins, was completely designed and outfitted on SRC's premises. For installation, the vessel was out of service only for 4 days. During that time, installation of the accommodation block took place in the Paldiski Offshore Base. Integrating the new block with the vessel's existing system was carried out during a voyages, when the ship was in normal operation b...
Have you ever been in an officer cabin on a cruise ship?
Various cabins onboard Cruise & Maritime Voyages' Magellan. Filmed 12th March 2015. --- CONNECT WITH CRUISE CAPITAL --- Web: http://www.cruisecapital.co.uk Facebook: http://facebook.com/cruisecapital Twitter: http://twitter.com/cruisecapital Instagram: http://instagram.com/cruisecapital Periscope: @cruisecapital
Leading Seaman Rikki Renner takes us on a tour of DARING, the first of the Royal Navy's new Type 45 Destroyers; the most advanced and powerful ever built. For more information on the Type 45 and the Royal Navy, visit www.mod.uk