SAM Electronics to Provide Turnkey for Project America

Friday, June 06, 2003
Hamburg-based STN ATLAS Marine Electronics has been awarded a major turnkey contract for provision of electrical and bridge equipment aboard Pride of America, the new 922-ft. (281-m), 81,000-gt cruiseliner presently being constructed by Lloyd Werft Bremerhaven for Norwegian Cruise Line as part of its Project America 1 undertaking following NCL's acquisition last year of the vessel's partially completed hull built by Ingalls Shipyard in the U.S. The turnkey contract comprises extensive project management and engineering as well as supply and installation of cabling. Other facilities to be provided include electrical distribution, lighting equipment, automation, a complete safety and security system for ship operation, personal safety systems, internal and external communications inclusive of telephone, public address and fire alarm equipment, and an onboard TV network. Also to be supplied is a proprietary Atlas Ship Control Centre (SCC) incorporating a NACOS 65-4 integrated navigation command system.

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