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Equipment List

Main engines MAN B&W

Propellers Lips Italiana


Cooling system Alfa Laval

Various pumps Hamworthy Engineering

Various pumps IMO/Alfa Laval

Paint ...International Paint

Alarm system Kockumation

Anti-collision Atlas Elektronik

Paneling Rockment

Integrated bridge Sperry Marine


Equipment List

Main engines (2) Krupp MaK

Propellers KaMeWa

Reduction gears Frydenbo

Shaft generators A.V. Kaick

Bow thruster KaMeWa

Auxiliary engines Krupp MaK

Emerg.generator Alterna/Volvo

Generators A.V. Kaick

Pumps Allweiler

Compressors Hatlapa

Separators Westfali

A/C Hi Pres

Boilers Sunrod

Freezing/cooling plant Sabroe

Halon plant Unitor

Davits Schat Davit

Galley equipment SeaKing

Radar Atlas Elektronik

Gyrocompass Anschutz

Incinerator Seebeck-Techno

Mooring winches Aquamaster

Stabilizers Blohm + Voss





Circle 116 on Reader Service Card

Designed for worldwide cruises lasting as long as eight weeks, the 403-foot Society Adventurer will take passengers to exotic locales, such as the Antarctic, Greenland, the Amazon River, and areas in the


This new type of cruise vessel is capable of carrying its 188 passen- gers quite literally on all Seven Seas, according to Finnyards Ltd., the

Finnish builders of the vessel.

The vessel was ordered in Decem- ber 1989 under a contract worth about $75 million, complying with the requirements of Det norske

Veritas 1A1, Ice 1A, Passenger ves- sel, Naut-B, bis, EO, and also USCG,

U.S. Public Health and international regulations governing safety and pollution prevention.

All the passenger cabins and pub- lic spaces are designed by the Ger- man interior architect Willfried

Kohnemann and his staff.

With an overall length of403 feet, breadth of 59 feet and draft of 15 feet, the Society Adventurer has 90 standard suites, all outside state- rooms, and four luxury suites.

Her main public rooms are the 200-seat dining room (Marco Polo

Restaurant), 190-seat main lounge (Explorer Lounge), 170-seat lecture room (Darwin Hall), and the 110- seat observation lounge.

The propulsion plant comprises two 2,940-kw medium-speed diesel engines manufactured by Krupp

MaK in Germany, connected to two

KaMeWa controllable-pitch propel- lers through reduction gears.

Auxiliary power is provided by two main engine-driven shaft gen- erators, each of 1,300 kva, two inde- pendent diesel generators, each of 1,450 kva, and an emergency gen- erator.

A powerful 770-kw KaMeWa bowthruster is installed for maneu- verability. 42 Maritime Reporter/Engineering News (JZ Fine AI1TIGRI

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Circle 243 on Reader Service Card ing 740 and a restaurant able to serve about 844 people at one sit- ting. There is a disco, a number of shops, bars and night clubs, gymna- siums, saunas and beauty salons.

The cupola, 197 feet long and 98 feet wide and made entirely of light al- loy, houses a casino, as well as other facilities.

Her interior design is by H. Cham- bers Co., Baltimore, Md., while

Renzo Piano, Genoa, Italy, per- formed her overall design concept.

The Regal Princess also features a million-plus collection of museum class art showcasing the works of some of the world's most important contemporary artists. The collec- tion is comprised of over 2,600 exist- ing and specially commissioned paintings, sculptures, graphics and murals.

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