Cruise control Extra cabins for Arcadia
LLOYD Werft has begun three weeks of conversion work on the 2004-built P&O cruise liner Arcadia, writes Ralf Witthohn. Existing decks and walls have been cut to install 34 additional passenger cabins. The 82,972 gt vessel will also be equipped with a ‘duck tail’ to compensate for the reduction of the ship’s stability caused by the conversion and to improve propulsion.
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