Video: Laying the Keel for 3rd Oasis-Class Ship

first_imgWMN Staff, May 14, 2014; Video: royalcaribbean zoom Last Friday, during the keel-laying ceremony for the Oasis III at STX in St. Nazaire, France, Royal Caribbean also announced that it has agreed with STX France to move forward on the order of a fourth Oasis-class ship for delivery in 2018.The keel laying, during which a 1,000-ton block measuring 32-ft by 154-ft (10 x 47 meters) was lifted by crane into the building dock, marks the beginning of the physical construction of Oasis III.Newly minted coins were placed under the keel and will stay in place there until the end of the ship’s construction.Oasis III will be approximately 20 percent more energy efficient than Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas,  which already are the most energy efficient cruise ships in the world.Still to be named, the third Oasis-class ship will be delivered in spring 2016.你需要安装能够查看此内容的 Adobe Flash Player。Please click here to continue.The order for the Oasis IV is subject to documentation and satisfaction of financing and other customary conditions.last_img read more

King Mohammed VI in Good Shape After Heart Surgery in Paris

Rabat – King Mohammed VI appears to be back to full health after experiencing a heart rate disorder two weeks ago, as he appeared in several pictures taking with Moroccans of the Diaspora during a stroll in Paris. The pictures of the King, who appeared outside of the traditional protocol, were published by an unofficial Facebook page of King Mohammed VI with more than 3.5 million fans.King Mohammed VI has been staying in Paris since late February, after he successfully underwent surgery on February 26 for his heart rate disorder, according to a communique from the royal palace. “The doctors of the King indicated that medical investigations confirm that he experienced an atrial flutter on an otherwise healthy heart,” said the communique. “The radiofrequency ablation of this arrhythmia, performed today at the Ambroise Paré clinic in Paris has normalized the heart rate,” it added. The surgery will not affect the monarch’s ability to resume his daily activities. read more