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    Default Carnivals New Cruise Liners.

    The first block of the first of 3 new cruise liners for AIDA line (Another Carnival group cruise line) was laid in Meyer Werft in Pappenborg.
    What makes these different is that they are going to be powered totally by LNG.
    Carnival Begins Construction on First Fully LNG-Powered Cruise Ship – gCaptain

    Bunker tanks must be some construction!.
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    Default Re: Carnivals New Cruise Liners.

    Hi John, Ferguson Marine, Port Glasgow, is launching a 100metre ferry power by liquid gas. The launch is later this month.
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    I have stoodby at Meyers, nice yard , long run down the river . it must have had the overhead wires cleared to get cruise liners down there
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    Default Re: Carnivals New Cruise Liners.

    A follow on from the LPG powered cars, which were very popular here in Oz but not so much now.
    Conversion to LPG was a big industry up to about 10 years ago and at one time Ford were producing LPG cars instead of petrol.
    Happy daze John in Oz.

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