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Design and Operation of Passenger Ships


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The passenger vessel market is emerging from one of the most challenging economic climates and is now showing strong signs of recovery. Vessels are growing not only in size but in complexity as passengers expect a greater level of comfort and greater range of activities on board.

Vessels are also now operating in a wider range of areas than ever; polar cruises are particularly becoming more common, these bring their own challenges not only in design but also in terms of vessel fit out and minimising the local environmental impact of vessels. Changes in regulations have also had a large impact on design, probabilistic rules for damaged stability and new rules for the structural use of composites open up new possibilities but also bring new challenges for all involved in design and manufacture. The introduction of the Energy Efficiency Design Index also places greater restrictions on the design of new vessels.

RINA invites papers from naval architects, class societies, operators, researchers, and builders on all related topics, including:

  • All Aspects of Design - Hull, General Arrangement, Interior, Features etc.
  • Operation
  • Regulation & Classification
  • Powering & Propulsion
  • Sea Keeping
  • Axillaries
  • Features, Technologies & Finishes

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