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Kvaerner Delivers Second of Project Eagle Series For RCCL

Explorer of the Seas was delivered by Kvaerner Masa-Yards' Turku shipyard on September 28 to Royal Caribbean in time for its dedication and naming ceremony, which was held in New York on October 21. The second member of RCCL's Project Eagle series, the vessel follows the successful delivery of the class' premiere vessel, Voyager of the Seas, which was delivered last October. Known as a member of the largest class of vessels in the world, Explorer has a gross tonnage of 137,300 and is able to hold 3,840 passengers. Measuring 1,020 ft. (311.1 m), the vessel boasts a breadth of 126 ft. (38.6 m) at waterline level and holds a height of 237 ft. (72.3 m) from keel to the top of the funnel. The vessel's Post-Panamax size allows for the option of unique design features and interior solutions.

Royal Caribbean's Adventure of the Seas Arrives in N.Y. Harbor

A clear, sunny Saturday afternoon of November 10, set the stage for the arrival of the first passenger ship into New York Harbor following the September 11 terrorist attacks. The vessel, Royal Caribbean's Adventure of the Seas, sailed into New York for a two-day tribute cruise for the families of the fallen firemen and police officers who were victim to the devastation at the World Trade Center. Royal Caribbean also plans to donate $50,000 to the Twin Towers Relief Fund. The 142,000-ton Adventure of the Seas - sister ship to Voyager and Explorer of the Seas - was christened at Pier 88 and named by representatives of the New York Police Department and New York Fire Department.

Navigator of the Seas Delivered by Kvaerner Masa-Yards

The delivery of MS Navigator of the Seas took place today at Kvaerner Masa-Yards' Turku shipyard. Navigator of the Seas, newbuilding 1347, is fourth in the Voyager-class series of cruise ships for Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. The first three ships in the series, Voyager of the Seas, Explorer of the Seas and Adventure of the Seas were delivered in October 1999, September 2000 and October 2001 respectively, and have proven very successful in operation. With a gross tonnage of approx. the world. metres (237 ft) from keel to the top of the funnel. budget. be proud of this achievement. interior solutions. this Voyager-class cruise ship series. Centrums. view. overlooking the Royal Promenade. guests. There are numerous restaurants onboard.

Kvaerner Masa-Yards’ Turku Shipyard Delivers Adventure of the Seas

The Adventure of the Seas, newbuilding 1346, was delivered at Kvaerner Masa-Yards’ Turku shipyard. Adventure of the Seas is the third cruise ship in the Voyager-class for Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd. The first two ships, Voyager of the Seas and Explorer of the Seas, were deliver in October 1999 and September 2000, respectively. The series continues with NB-1347, Navigator of the Seas and NB-1348. Adventure of the Seas has a gross tonnage of 137,300, and a passenger capacity of 3,800 passengers, a crew capacity of 1,200 persons, giving a total number of 5,020 people onboard. In addition to the total length of 1020ft., the breadth of 126 ft at waterline level and her height of 237 ft. This Post-Pamamax size has allowed for unique design feature and interior solutions.

Kvaerner Masa-Yards’ Turku Shipyard Delivers Adventure of the Seas

The Adventure of the Seas, newbuilding 1346, was delivered at Kvaerner Masa-Yards’ Turku shipyard. Adventure of the Seas is the third cruise ship in the Voyager-class for Royal Caribbean Cruises, Ltd. The first two ships, Voyager of the Seas and Explorer of the Seas, were deliver in October 1999 and September 2000, respectively. The series continues with NB-1347, Navigator of the Seas and NB-1348. Adventure of the Seas has a gross tonnage of 137,300, and a passenger capacity of 3,800 passengers, a crew capacity of 1,200 persons, giving a total number of 5,020 people onboard. In addition to the total length of 1020ft., the breadth of 126 ft at waterline level and her height of 237 ft. This Post-Pamamax size has allowed for unique design feature and interior solutions.

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