June 10, 2016

World’s largest cruise ship sails with Finnish knowhow

With a length of 362 metres, Harmony of the Seas is the world's largest cruise ship.
With a length of 362 metres, Harmony of the Seas is the world's largest cruise ship.
Wärtsilä

Finnish Wärtsilä’s six engines power the world’s largest cruise ship, Harmony of the Seas.

The world’s largest cruise ship, the 362 meters long Harmony of the Seas, built and owned by the US-based Royal Caribbean International, features plenty of Finnish Wärtsilä‘s technology.

Harmony of the Seas benefits from Wärtsilä’s innovations such as engines, propulsion equipment, exhaust scrubber systems, navigation and dynamic positioning systems, as well as various electrical and automation solutions such as dimming systems. The ship has also been included in a service agreement between Wärtsilä and Royal Caribbean covering technical management and monitoring.

Wärtsilä has also provided the engines and thrusters to other Royal Caribbean International’s cruise ships, such as Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas.

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