Vessel type: Cruise ship
Gross registered tonnage: 185 000 GT
Length: 337 m
Breadth: 42 m
Speed: 17 kn
Customer: Costa Cruises
Our hull design is of the highest possible quality.
In the basic design, we have been involved in the classification design of the hull as well as in interior design and electrical design. Our hull design is of the highest possible quality.
The most significant contribution Allstars Engineering Group has made to the vessel detail design (Hull, Piping, HVAC, Interior, Electrical). For example, we have designed 50% of the grand blocks of the ship’s hull, 38 in total. The contract represents 48% of the total body weight, making us a major supplier.
Our HVAC, interior and electric design included cabin areas of about 50,000 m2, some of which were made directly to the shipyard and some to the turnkey suppliers. We have also designed cabins for the shipyard’s cabin factory.
We have been responsible for HVAC background design for public spaces of approximately 8000 m2 and HVAC design for technical spaces of 800 m2. In addition, we have done electric design for provision stores.
Antti-Jussi Kesälä, the CEO of Europlan Engineering
Europlan Engineering and Allstars Engineering Group have a long relationship based on mutual trust, in which each party can rely on the other party to fulfill all its contractual obligations. Communication at both the management and project levels is also excellent and transparent.
In all long-term cooperation, especially in this kind of construction and project activity, one of the most important secrets of success is continuous development and learning from the challenges. Then every project will be even better than the previous one.
In recent years, Europlan Engineering has mainly supplied cabin areas for cruise ships, in which CADMATIC and HVAC design played a predominant role. We have always been confident that Allstars Engineering Group will provide us with professional and high-quality design services and have sufficient resources to meet our needs.
Photos: Kari Palsila