MS Allure of the Seas – Owned and operated by the shipping company Royal Caribbean International.

MS Allure of the Seas is a cruise ship owned and operated by the shipping company Royal Caribbean International. Together with previous ships also owned and operated by the same company, Oasis of the Seas, the vessel holds the record as the largest passenger ship ever built. Meskipin called the structure, specifications, and dimensions as Oasis but found that the size of the Allure 50 millimeters (2.0 inches) longer than the Oasis. Technically, this fact makes Allure be the largest passenger ship in the world today. MS Allure of the Seas was first dilayarkan of galanggan Turku, Finland Southwest, where the ship was made, to homeport in Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States of November 2010 for the inauguration ceremony. And for her maiden voyage on December 1, 2010. The spectacular moment was when the sister of the cruise ship Oasis of the Seas is passing under the Store Belt Bridge (Great Belt Bridge), the bridge a total length of 18 km, and is the longest in Denmark, the contact Denmark west (Island Fuenen) with eastern Denmark (island of Zealand). After the chimney down, when it went through the gap between the highest top of the ship to the bottom of the bridge leaving 50 cm. The MS Allure of the Seas is very different from the cruise ship’s most luxurious and largest such as, MS Oasis of the Seas, Norwegian Epic, MS Freedom of the Seas, MS Liberty of the Seas, MS Independence of the Seas, RMS Queen Mary 2, MS Navigaotr of the Seas, Mariner of the Seas MS, and the MS Explorer of the Seas.

Specifications Cruise MS Allure of the Seas  :

    Manufacturer: STX Europe, Turku, Finland

    Owner / Operator: Royal Caribbean International

    Registration port: Nassau, Bahamas

    Class & Type: Oasis Class, Cruise Passenger

    Starting Built: December 2, 2008

    Launched: 20 November 2010

    Maiden voyage: December 1, 2010

    Call-Sign: C6XS8

    IMO: 9383948

    MMSI: 311020700

    Tonnage: 225,282 GT, 242 999 NT, 19,750 DWT

    Length: 360 meters

    The average width: 60.5 meters

    Height: 72 meters

    Deck: 16 passenger decks

    Engine: 3 units of 20 MW ABB Azipod and 4 units of 5.5 MW Wärtsilä CT3500

    Speed: 22.6 knots (41.9 km / h; 26.0 mph)

    Passenger capacity: 5,400 to 6,296 passengers

    Number of Ships Crew: 2,384 (July 2012)

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