Detailed design and production engineering for US-flagged coastal cruise ships

Once complete, the vessels will operate between Baja, Costa Rica, and Panama during the winter months and Southeast Alaska, Oregon, Washington and Canada during the summer months

The twin-screw diesel ships will be built at the Washington state shipyard of Nichols Brothers Boat Builders (NBBB) and are scheduled for delivery in the second quarter of 2017 and in 2018, respectively.  
At a length of approximately 73m, the two cruise vessels offer accommodation for 100 passengers in 50 cabins.
For the project, Jensen will utilise its 3D modeling capabilities to allow Lindblad to confirm the vessel’s layout, maintenance envelopes and operational access prior to construction. The group will combine all the details of the structural, electrical, mechanical and HVAC systems of the vessel into one comprehensive, full-size 3D, computer model resulting in a virtual vessel that can be inspected early in the design process for safety, maintainability and constructability.

Jensen Maritime, Crowley Maritime Corp’s Seattle-based naval architecture and marine engineering company, was recently selected to provide detailed design and production engineering services for two, US-flagged, coastal cruise ships for Lindblad Expeditions Holdings, Inc.

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