Saturday, December 18, 2010

5 kapal cruise terbesar

MS Allure of the Seas

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Name: Allure of the Seas
Owner: Royal Caribbean International
Operator: Royal Caribbean International
Ordered: February 2006
Builder: STX Europe shipyards in Turku, Finland
Cost: USD 1.2 billion (EUR 800 million)
Yard number: 1364[1]
Laid down: 2 December 2008[2]
Launched: 20 November 2009
Maiden voyage: 1 December 2010 (scheduled)[3]
Identification: IMO number: 9383948
Status: in service
General characteristics
Class and type: Oasis-class cruise ship
Tonnage: 225,282 GT (gross tonnage)[1]
Displacement: app. 100,000 tons[4]
Length: 361.8 m (1,187 ft 0 in)[1]
Beam: 47 m (154 ft) waterline
60.5 m (198 ft) extreme
Height: 72 m (236 ft) above water line
Draught: 9.3 m (31 ft)
Depth: 22.55 m (74 ft)
Decks: 16 passenger decks
Installed power: Wärtsilä diesel engines
97,000 kW[1]
Propulsion: 3 × 20 MW Asea Brown Boveri Azipod, all azimuthing
4 × 5.5 MW Wärtsilä CT3500 bow thrusters
Speed: 22.6 kn (41.9 km/h; 26.0 mph)
Capacity: 5,400 passengers (lower berths)
6,300 passengers (all berths)[1]
Notes: 2 inches longer than Oasis

MS Oasis of the Seas


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Name: Oasis of the Seas
Owner: Royal Caribbean International
Operator: Royal Caribbean International
Port of registry: The Bahamas Nassau, The Bahamas[1]
Route: Caribbean
Ordered: February 2006
Builder: STX Europe shipyards in Turku, Finland[2]
Cost: US$1.4 billion (2006)[3]
Laid down: 12 November 2007[4]
Launched: 22 November 2008 float-out[4]
Completed: 28 October 2009[5]
Christened: 30 November 2009[6]
Maiden voyage: 5 December 2009 [6]
Identification: IMO number: 9383936
Status: in active service, as of 2010
General characteristics
Class and type: Oasis class cruise ship
Tonnage: 225,282 GT[1]
Length: 361.8 m (1,187 ft) overall[7]
Beam: 47 m (154 ft) waterline
60.5 m (198 ft) extreme[7]
Height: 72 m (236 ft) above water line[8]
Draught: 9.3 m (31 ft)[7]
Depth: 22.55 m (74 ft)[7]
Decks: 16 passenger decks[2]
Installed power: 3 × Wärtsilä 12V46D engines (13,860 kW/18,590 hp each)
3 × Wärtsilä 16V46D engines (18,480 kW/24,780 hp each)[8][9]
Propulsion: 3 × 20 MW ABB Azipod, all azimuthing[8]
4 × 5.5 MW Wärtsilä CT3500 bow thrusters[10]
Speed: 22.6 knots (41.9 km/h; 26.0 mph)[2]
Capacity: 5,400 passengers at double occupancy; 6,296 maximum[2]
Crew: 2,165[2]

Norwegian Epic


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Name: Norwegian Epic
Owner: Norwegian Cruise Line
Operator: Norwegian Cruise Line
Builder: STX Europe Chantiers de l'Atlantique shipyard, Saint-Nazaire, France
Maiden voyage: June 24, 2010[1]
Status: In service
General characteristics
Type: Cruise ship
Tonnage: 155,873 GT (gross tonnage)[2]
Length: 1,081 feet (329.49 m) (LOA)
Beam: maximum: 133 feet (40.54 m)
Draft: 28.5 feet (8.7 m)
Decks: 19 decks
Speed: 22 knots (41 km/h)
Capacity: 4,100 passengers (double occupancy)
Crew: 1,708
Notes: Largest cruise ship built in St. Nazaire

RMS Queen Mary 2


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Name: RMS Queen Mary 2
Owner: Cunard Line[1]
Operator: Cunard Line
Port of registry: United Kingdom Southampton, United Kingdom
Ordered: 6 November 2000
Builder: STX Europe Chantiers de l'Atlantique, Saint-Nazaire, France
Cost: UK £460 million
(700 million)
(US $900 million)
Yard number: G32[2]
Laid down: 4 July 2002
Launched: 21 March 2003
Christened: 8 January 2004
by HM The Queen
Completed: 23 December 2003
Maiden voyage: 12 January 2004
Identification: IMO number: 9241061, Callsign GBQM
Status: in active service, as of 2010
General characteristics
Type: Ocean liner
Tonnage: 148,528 gross tons[3]
Displacement: 76,000 tonnes (approx)
Length: 1,132 ft (345 m)
Beam: 135 ft (41 m) waterline,
147.5 ft (45.0 m) extreme (bridge wings)
Height: 236.2 ft (72.0 m) keel to (top of) funnel
Draught: 33 ft (10.1 m)
Decks: 13 passenger, 17 total decks[4][5]
Installed power: 117 MW 157,000 bhp CODAG
Propulsion: Four 21.5 MW Rolls-Royce/Alstom "Mermaid" electric propulsion pods:
2 fixed and 2 azimuthing
Speed: 29.62 knots (54.86 km/h; 34.09 mph)[6]
Capacity: 3,056 passengers
Crew: 1,253 officers and crew

MSC Fantasia


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Name: MSC Fantasia
Owner: MSC Cruises
Operator: MSC Cruises
Port of registry: Panama[1][dead link][2]
Ordered: June 1, 2005[3]
Builder: STX Europe (St. Nazaire)[4]
Cost: $550 million[2]
Yard number: A33[3]
Launched: February 8, 2008[3]
Christened: December 18, 2008 by Sophia Loren in Naples[5][6]
Completed: December 10, 2008[citation needed]
Acquired: December 11, 2008[1]
In service: December 18, 2008[1][2]
Identification: IMO number: 9359791[7]
Call Sign 3ETR7[8]
MMSI 370648000[8]
Status: In service
General characteristics
Class and type: Fantasia-class cruise ship
Tonnage: 135,000 gross register tons (GRT)[1][2]
Length: 1,093.5 feet (333.30 m)[2]
Beam: 124.3 feet (37.89 m)[2]
Draft: 27.72 feet (8.45 m)[2]
Decks: 13 passenger decks[2], 18 total[citation needed]
Installed power: diesel-electric (40MW each)[2][9]
Propulsion: 2 propellers[2]
Speed: 21-knot (39 km/h; 24 mph) cruising speed[4] 23-knot (43 km/h; 26 mph) maximum speed[9]
Capacity: 3,900 passengers[2]
Crew: 1,313 crew[2]
Notes: 14 elevators[2], post-Panamax





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