Royal Caribbean Fleet, The Voyager of the seas
chronology: 2000 definitive project, 2000 realized
MS Voyager of the Seas, is a Voyager-class cruise ship, completed in 1999, for Royal Caribbean International and it belongs to a five cruise ships Royal Caribbean fleet. It can handle up to 3114 guests, and, along with its sisters in the Voyager class, is one of the largest passenger ships in the world. Constructed at Aker Finnyards in Turku, Finland, the ship measures 137,276 GT with a displacement of 64,000 tons. It is 1,020 ft. long overall, has a waterline beam of 127 ft. and a maximum width of 156 ft (47.55 m). Voyager of the Seas is referred to as a "Floating hotel" due to the range of facilities that it offers, along with some world firsts for cruise ships when the ship was launched.
Our project regarded the final drawings of the library, the business rooms, the lift lobbies and the bathrooms. We were put in charge of the furniture setting-up and the assembly in Turku.
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