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The idea behind ResidenSea is a unique new concept-a residence at sea, a private home that will sail around the world in pursuit of fair weather, special international events and the natural attractions of the world. She enters service in May 2002, at which time she will embark on a 3-year fixed itinerary of world cruises. The price of a "home" on board the ship will include furniture, appliances, carpet, draperies, linen, china, cutlery and crystal. Yearly maintenance charges are expected to range from $60,000 to $240,000 and will cover daily housekeeping service, repairs and replacement of appliances, fixtures and fittings supplied by the builder. The World Residensea project is under the leadership of Knut Kloster, Jr. and several other recognized names in the cruise industry. The Kloster family started Norwegian Cruise Lines (NCL) and Knut Kloster, Jr. has served as chairman and CEO of both Royal Cruise Lines and NCL. The marine architects on the project designed the Seabourn Pride and Spirit, the Silver Cloud and Silver Wind, Sea Goddess I and Sea Goddess II, and the Royal Viking Queen. The ship is built by Fosen Mek. Verksteder A/S, Rissa, Norway and managed by Silversea Cruises Ltd. While a typical 43,000-ton ship could easily carry 1,500 passengers, the World Residensea is expected to carry an average of 285 guests plus a crew of 320. The passenger distribution is expected to be 40% Americans, 40% European and 20% from other nations. Onboard the World Residensea, two entire decks are reserved to serve as a combination resort, street at sea, and a village of facilities for dining, entertainment, sports, shopping, business and leisure activities. There are several restaurants and a number of lounges and bars, a casino, night club, and theater, as well as a library, museum, and business center. Other facilities include a "market room" with a licensed stock and bond broker, a helicopter landing pad and a retractable marina for access when anchored in port.

 

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The World: Bahamas registered, built 2002, 43.000 gross tons, 285 guests, 320 crew members.
Itineraries: Worldwide, itineraries for 2010-Australia, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Myanmar (Burma), Maldives, India, Dubai, Qatar, Red Sea, Egypt, Turkey, Greece, Italy, French Riviera, Spain, Portugal, England, Ireland, Channel Islands, England, Northern France, Greenland, East Coast Canada, East Coast USA, Bahamas, Caribbean, Central America, Brazil, Uruguay, Argentina, Antarctica.
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