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Photographer:Jochen Wegener [View profile]Title:IONAAdded:May 27, 2019
Captured:May 26, 2019IMO:9826548Hits:975
Location:Papenburg, Germany
Photo Category: Ships under Construction
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The engine room section of the first of two and the first ever since 20 years bound for P&O Cruises LNG-driven vessels built by Meyer-Papenburg, to be delivered in spring next year. Passengers 5200, price said to be 950 MIL. GT 184 000 L 337 B 42 D 8,8 Propulsion 4 x MaK 16 VM 46 DF 15440kw / 514 rpm speed 17 kn 2 x ABB Azipod / 18500 kw. LNG-capacity 3600 cube meters, enough for 14 days sailing.
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IMO:9826548
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DEREK SANDS on May 28, 2019 13:30 (2 months ago)
Not for me either. I prefer the smaller ships having cruised on "Discovery" no longer with us unfortunately. "Astoria", "Marco Polo" and "Magellan" of CMV and "Braemar" and "Black Watch" of Fred Olsen.
Phil English on May 28, 2019 09:42 (2 months ago)
Booked for 12 nights in Feb-2021. Time enough for P&O to have sorted out any initial teething troubles.

Clive Harvey on May 28, 2019 09:32 (2 months ago)
The last P&O ship I sailed on was Aurora, when she was still new, even then she was way too large for my tastes.
Bob Scott on May 28, 2019 00:26 (2 months ago)
No doubt it will be a money-spinner for P&O and most of the 5K passengers will have a great time on-board but, in terms of ship aesthetics, things just get worserer and worserer! For me, I'll stick with Fred Olsen's old crocks while they are still around!
Clive Harvey on May 27, 2019 22:18 (2 months ago)
Well the end result probably will be except for those people that enjoy enormous floating resorts. Different strokes for different folks.
Brett Bachmann on May 27, 2019 20:39 (2 months ago)
Monstrous.....
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