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Hull of World's Largest Cruise Ship


A Newfoundland marine engineering firm has won a small piece of the contract to build the biggest passenger ship in history. Oceanic Consulting Corp. was awarded a contract worth close to $250,000 to evaluate the hull design for the America World City - a $1.2-billion cruise ship that, when complete, will be the largest passenger ship ever built.

The 21-storey vessel will carry a crew of 2,400 and have room for 6,200 passengers. Other features will include three hotel towers, streets lined with shops, restaurants and cafes, and four 400-passenger excursion ships that will be carried in a marina located inside the main ship's hull. That hull will be almost two times larger than the biggest liner presently afloat. Formed in 1998, Oceanic is an alliance of the National Research Council, Memorial University of Newfoundland and Marineering Ltd. of St. John's.

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