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Cruise Ships Archive

Norwegian Pearl bowling alley
Every year, more new cruise ships are being built to satisfy passenger entertainment and amusement preferences. Keeping up with the long list of innovations is a real eye-opener, with never-before-seen treats a part of every new launch. More people...
Oasis of the Seas
Considering their huge size, the speed of cruise ships is amazing. The largest ships usually travel at speeds between 20 – 24 knots, equivalent to approximately 23 – 27 miles per hour. The largest cruise ships, as classified by...
cruise ship autopilot
The captain of a cruise ship oversees the entire operation of the vessel, including the crew, ship safety and accountability for best maritime practices. The captain works with other ship authorities in making sure all protocol is followed, including...
Voyager of the Seas and Kayaking Couple
When Royal Caribbean’s Voyager of the Seas was completed in 1999, it was the world’s largest cruise ship, and hailed as the most innovative and exciting passenger ship ever built. The world of cruising was forever changed by never-before-seen...
Carnival Dream cruise ship panorama
I accidentally found this topic when started typing “how many carnival…” in Google search and this question was listed first, so I thought it must be popular. Carnival Cruise Lines, originally founded by Ted Arison in 1972, has grown...
US coast guard helicopter and cruise ship
Cruise vacations are an exciting getaway to exotic destinations, and a great way to meet people and make new friends from around the world. Statistics show that crime onboard cruise ships is much lower than among similar land based...
Oasis of the Seas lifeboats
Although rarely required, lifeboats are an important component of a cruise ship. Exceedingly high standards of manufacture and compliance are required by law, and any deviation from stringent requirements is a punishable offence. Cruise lines place the safety of...