Monday, March 12, 2007

Freedom of the Seas


The Freedom of the Seas is the largest cruise ship yet built. Cabins sizes range from 160 square foot, twin-bed interior cabins to the palatial 14-person, 1200 square foot Presidential Suite.

Passenger capacity - 3634
Crew members - 1360
Length - 1112 ft (New York’s Chrysler Building, 1046 ft)
Beam - 184 feet
Fuel consumption: 28,000 gallons per hour
Operating costs: $1 million per day
Passenger Decks - 15
Cabins - 1800
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2 comments:

Aaron Butler said...

not very green then. a fairly high carbon footprint. :-)

brett jordan said...

yep, the S.U.V. of the waves... imagine the embarrassment if you put the wrong fuel in those tanks!

 
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