Litton Marine Systems Supplies IBS Order

Thursday, February 03, 2000
Litton Marine Systems will supply integrated bridge systems (IBS) for two new cruise ships for Royal Caribbean International (RCI). The two vessels are currently under construction at Meyer Werft Shipyard in Papenburg. Radiance of the Seas, will be delivered in early 2001, with the second vessel scheduled to arrive during the second half of 2002. In accordance with Royal Caribbean's two-bridge concept, each vessel will house a completely redundant package comprised of two independent Vision 2100 integrated bridge systems. The total package will include interswitched BridgeMaster E S-band and X-band radars, a Sperry Marine Voyage Management System (VMS) with ECDIS and a docking system. Litton also supplied the IBS installations for RCI's Eagle-class ships, the first being Voyager of the Seas delivered late last year.

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