Northrop Grumman Supplies Greek Cruise Ship

Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) has supplied the electronic navigation systems for the Greek cruise ship MV Aegean Odyssey, which has recently completed a major refurbishment. The ship's bridge has been refitted with a complete navigation package based on Northrop Grumman's Sperry Marine VisionMaster FT(TM) technology. The scope of supply includes radars, electronic chart display and information system, gyrocompass, autopilot, ship steering system and other sensors.

SRH Marine Electronics S.A., Northrop Grumman's sales and service agent in Greece, was responsible for installation, commissioning, testing and technical support, as well as operator training.

MV Aegean Odyssey, operated by Piraeus-based Voyages to Antiquity, is a premium-class ship providing cruise itineraries in the coastal waters of the central and eastern Mediterranean. The 461-ft ship can carry up to 388 passengers and 200 crew members. The ship is being refitted to Lloyd's Register classification requirements and will sail under the Maltese flag.

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