Rockment To Supply Rockwool TNF Panel System For Cruise Liner

Rockment, manufacturers and marketers of the Rockwool TNF joiner system, recently received the accommodation order for the Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines ship Sovereign of the Seas, the largest cruise liner to be built since the Frances and the United States.

The Sovereign of the Seas, with a 2,276-passenger capacity and 70,000 grt, will require approximately 500,000 square feet of Rockwool TNF panels. All panels between staterooms will feature an extra high noise reduction factor, 44 decibels.

Chantiers de I'Atlantique, St. Nazaire, France, who is building the Sovereign of the Seas, has often utilized the Rockwool TNF panel system, such as on the Holland American Cruise Line vessels, Niew Amsterdam and Noordam.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 65,  Dec 1986 Rhode Island

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