The most expensive passenger ship in the world
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Nowadays, competition in the cruise sailings and entertainment is great, as many companies offer very large luxury and variety every day. However, there is one company that is far ahead of all and it is вwell known to everyone, employed or associated with the marine industry, Royal Caribbean International.
Royal Caribbean International is a leader in the industry and not only nezmenno first place when it comes to a similar ranking, but also targets even higher, with the presentation of the ships coming. But back on the rankings and what amounts large cruise companies allocate to satisfy the most demanding tastes of the market.
Allure of the Seas is the most expensive cruise ship in operation. This is the last class cruise ship Oasis, owned by Royal Caribbean International. Value that is built and launched by the Finnish shipyard STX on 29 October 20120, estimated at 1.4 billion goals
Allure of the Seas, of course, holds another first, the largest passenger ship ever built, compared with only about two inches longer than the next ship in both charts Oasis of the Seas.
Allure of the Seas has a capacity of 6296 passengers and 2384 a number of members of the crew. Has udovolsviya such as the first board of Starbucks, 1,380-seat theater and an ice rink.
Oasis of the Seas is the second ship in the rankings. Into operation in December 2009 by the same shipyard as the first, STX Europe in Turku, Finland, at a cost of about 24.1 billion dollars. The ship offers a range of entertainment boa constrictor, such as luxury cabins, casinos, mini golf courses, nightclubs, bars and lounges, a swimming pool and sports zone, theme parks. When placing your eksploataziya after some initial problems with the tests set a record for the highest capacity of passengers to date 6000.
Norwegian Cruise Lines, an American company again despite its name, spends about $ 1.2 billion for its latest cruise ship Norwegian Epic. The cruise ship is really "Freestyle Cruising" concept introduced in Comapa. Accommodates 4100 passengers and 1753 crew members. The ship offers more than 20 restaurants, studio rooms for solo travelers and world-class live entertainment, fitness and sports facilities, aqua park, swimming pools and hot tubs.
Ship of the fourth company in the ranking is back overseas and this is Disney, with his Disney Fantasy. The ship was built in Germany at Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg for about 940 million dollars. Facilities on board, and the whole concept of private company cares about family passenger trips. In 1250 cabins spread over 14 decks, ship accommodates 4,000 passengers and over 1,450 crew members.
Disney, is the next place with its Disney Dream, which is estimated at just under 900 million. Cruise ship was commissioned in 2011 and now flies mainly to the Bahamas. It offers accommodation for 4,000 guests and more than 1,458 crew members in 1250 cabins. The interior of the ship is a look at the beginning of the 20th century, has the first water coaster at sea.
British Cunard Line, with glorious Queen Mary 2 transatlantic passenger ship leading the company's next on. Built at a cost of over 880 million dollars (£ 550 m) main sail between Southampton and New York, after the withdrawal of the other flagship Queen Elizabeth 2 in 2008. She has a capacity of 2620 passengers and 1238 crew. Has a number of famous restaurants, conservatory, bars, clubs and fitness facilities.
Norwegian Breakaway, launched in 2013, is a great and most innovative cruise ship, owned by NCL. Built Project Breakaway shipyard Meyer Werft, Germany is estimated at about 840 million dollars. Capacity of 4000 passengers and 1595 crew. It features the industry's first open space for relaxation, fitness center, miniature golf, sports field, water park, swimming pools and hot tubs. She Performs seven day cruises to Bermuda, the Caribbean and the Bahamas and Florida, and based in New York Harbor.
The next few sites are held back by the ships company Royal Caribbean and the series Freedom, launched in April 2008 with the release of water on Independence of the Seas, valued at 828 million dollars. Built in the same shipyard as renowned fellows has 15 decks and a capacity of 4370 passengers and 1360 crew. The other two vessels in the same series are Liberty of the Seas and Freedom of the Seas, which are again similar to the amount mentioned above.