Glass-bottom Windows for an Egyptian Cruise Ship

nautilus-pearl This cruise vessel is one of two cruise vessels built by Tornado Marine. Between 2011 and 2012 Hydrosight delivered and partly installed the underwater windows for these vessels. More than 100 Hydrosight underwater windows are installed in total on the shipyard in Suez, Egypt.
Early stage, ships hull mostly finished

Early stage, ships hull mostly finished

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The sides of each “swimmer” of the catermeran bear underwater windows.

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These windows are continously imerged in the water. Crew and guest can view the passing marine wildlife.

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Neptun Lounge from the inside.

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window block prior sealing

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Launching the vessel.


Categories: Egypt, Marine, News and Examples
Created: 22 May 2012
Last Modified: 22 June 2014

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