Eoseas cruise ship project is a bold joint venture between STX Europe and Stirling Development International (SDI).Once built, the cruise ship is expected to revolutionize the cruise ship industry. Eoseas – the 5 hulled cruise ship concept is unique in every aspect.
Archives for October 2011
The trend of building massive cruise ships is on the rise. In the past few years, the maritime industry has seen some of the biggest cruise ships entering the marine market. We bring you top 10 biggest cruise ships in the world in 2011.
American Queen, the largest steamboat with paddle wheel of the 1800s is undergoing a major refit. Measuring over 400 feet in length with a height of 90 feet, the American Queen is capable of carrying over 400 passengers.
The Collins Class of submarines of the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) has more than successfully fulfilled the purpose of its national duty over the years. Find out more about this amazing class of submarines which comprises of six submersibles.
Dockwise Vanguard, a type 0” Super Vessel of the Dockwise group, has already been booked for two voyages immediately post its launch. Once launched Dockwise Vanguard will be one of the largest Semi-Submersible Heavy Transport Vessel in the world.
In the last few years, the shipping industry has seen some of the biggest ships made and launched. In order to meet the ever-growing requirements of the consumer market across the world, shipbuilding companies have also come up with bigger and huger tanker ships. We bring you the top 3 biggest tanker ships in the world.
Commissioned by the Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL), the Project Breakaway Ships consists of two passenger ships designed to provide comfort and class unlike any other contemporary cruise vessel, and they are also termed as the largest German-Build Passenger Cruise Ships.
Akademik Lomonosov, the world’s first floating nuclear plant will be commissioned in the year 2012 if things go according to the plan. The floating Russian Nuclear Plant once operational will generate massive power at sea.
The ocean drilling vessel, D/V Chikyu is operated by the Japanese Centre for Deep Earth Research and is a massive drilling ship which is capable of penetrating to depths over 2500 metres beneath the oceanic bed.