In the past, passenger ships were designed to link two places as fast as possible; nowadays the cruise ships are designed to magnifying their hospitality on-board, independently from the route followed. In the yacht field we can assist to the integration of geometrical solutions, allowing modification of the boat morphology, so to adapt the configuration for any activity available on-board. The contamination from the pleasure-craft field into the cruising world pulls to different solutions in order to live the cruise in a new way, as requirements for the incoming generation of designs. The present knowledge of electronic, demotic and mechatronic, applied to the naval constructive art, will open future scenarios and innovative solutions that will introduce flexible designs in the incoming cruise ship’s interiors. Future cruise vessels will be much more in harmony with surroundings and the environment, then today: for ships moored to the pier, they will be more in harmony with the cities, while, when on anchor in the bay, they will improve their relations with the sea, with marine activities and with the surrounding shore.

Innovative concepts for next cruise-ship generations

Sale Musio Massimo;Zignego Mario
2018

Abstract

In the past, passenger ships were designed to link two places as fast as possible; nowadays the cruise ships are designed to magnifying their hospitality on-board, independently from the route followed. In the yacht field we can assist to the integration of geometrical solutions, allowing modification of the boat morphology, so to adapt the configuration for any activity available on-board. The contamination from the pleasure-craft field into the cruising world pulls to different solutions in order to live the cruise in a new way, as requirements for the incoming generation of designs. The present knowledge of electronic, demotic and mechatronic, applied to the naval constructive art, will open future scenarios and innovative solutions that will introduce flexible designs in the incoming cruise ship’s interiors. Future cruise vessels will be much more in harmony with surroundings and the environment, then today: for ships moored to the pier, they will be more in harmony with the cities, while, when on anchor in the bay, they will improve their relations with the sea, with marine activities and with the surrounding shore.
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