Schat-Harding to Supply for Chantiers Cruise Ship Order

Wednesday, December 14, 2005
Schat-Harding has been chosen to supply the lifeboats, tenders and davits for reportedly, the largest ever cruise ship order to be placed at France's Chantiers de l'Atlantique yard. Schat-Harding will supply six CTL38 tenders, 20 MPC32 150 person lifeboats and 2 MCB24 combined life / rescue boats and davits to the two vessels, ordered by MSC Cruises. The 333 m long vessels will carry 3,887 passengers and more than 1,300 crew members. The first ship will be delivered in spring 2008 and the second in spring 2009.
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