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Prinsendam in Dry Dock

Jaap Wisse, Prinsendam’s chief engineer, sent us these cool photos of the ship in dry dock at Freeport, Bahamas.

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Preparing the aft deck for the new section where 21 new cabins will be built.

Preparing the aft deck for the new section where 21 new cabins will be built.

The new section on Prinsendam.

The new section on Prinsendam.

The propeller, rudders and stern thruster.

The propeller, rudders and stern thruster.

Prinsendam's bow thrusters.

Prinsendam's bow thrusters.

A view from the new aft deck.

A view from the new aft deck.

2 Comments
  • Joserus

    When did the ship go into drydock? Was this part of the original S.O.E. upgrades? I didn’t see this ship on the schedule.
    I also notice that the extended deck of cabins will add a bit of cover on the lower deck where the dining room windows are. Is the dining room being enlarged to fit under the new deck or will this be just a covered outdoor deck area at the stern?

  • Jean

    The new aft cabin section covers completely the lower deck, so there is no sun exposure on that deck, but when it rains one is sheltered from the rain. The dining room windows remain as they were, far away from the lower deck edge.

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