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The Inner Workings of “Allure of the Seas” (36 pics)

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The “Allure of the Seas” is the biggest passenger ship ever constructed and it can fit 6,318 guests in total along with 2,384 crew members. One guy recently took a tour of the ship’s facilities (at a cost of approx. $150).

1 The Inner Workings of “Allure of the Seas” (36 pics)


2 The Inner Workings of “Allure of the Seas” (36 pics)

THE KITCHEN

Salad preparation


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Bacon


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Lobster


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Making bread rolls




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Dipping sauces


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Chicken


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Meat


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Cooking


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Soup room


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Making eclairs


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Kitchen staff


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THE CAPTAIN’S DECK


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The ‘War Room’ is for emergency situations only


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THE LAUNDRY ROOM

Industrial dryer for sheets


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Machine for flattening sheets


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Laundry area


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Industrial washers


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Non-sheet dryers


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Towel room


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THE ENGINE ROOM


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FOOD STORAGE

Dairy


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Vegetables


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Meat


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Duck


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№1 Author: polo (12 Apr 2013 02:06) Total user comments: 174


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How in the world do they manage to power all those electronics.
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№2 Author: 1234 (12 Apr 2013 02:27) Total user comments: 1878


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wish i could be on board never been on one ...always thought it was for old ppl :04:
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№3 Author: Grunt Callahan (12 Apr 2013 03:24) Total user comments: 2285


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polo; coal, everything runs off coal.
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№4 Author: spring87 (12 Apr 2013 03:58) Total user comments: 600


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Amazing behind the scenes photographs
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№5 Author: Jimmy Johnson (12 Apr 2013 07:21) Total user comments: 5518


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That amount of food could feed a small village for a year.
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№6 Author: adzhoe (12 Apr 2013 08:04) Total user comments: 14959


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Quite a logistical accomplishment. Are they dumping waste in the ocean?
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№7 Author: Forfattare (12 Apr 2013 08:12) Total user comments: 897


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thats a lot of food

wow, would be nice to work there, but in the deck or somewhere with windows

so you can watch the ocean and the sunrise sunsets
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№8 Author: Vagabond (12 Apr 2013 09:03) Total user comments: 0


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I was a crewman aboard the Pride of America NCLA and here are the answers to these questions.

Polo: The Allure runs off of Diesel Generators.. The engine has no shafts its a really large Electric Motor.

Aszhoe: Cruise ships recycle around 80 percent of what they take on. Human Solid waste is dried and used as fuel for the incinerator to burn un-recyclable paper products. Heat Generated is used to power a salt water steam generator to provide emergency power as well as sent to condensers for drinking water. Fluid waste is actually treated on board to filter soaps and sulfates and mixed with un-eaten food liquefied and dispensed overboard with the ballast water to provide food for aquatic life lowest on the food chain i.e. Krill, Herring, and Sardines. All other waste iscompacted and stored onboard to recycle in port. Cruise ships are the largest recycling responsible companies in the entire world.
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№9 Author: mahedi (12 Apr 2013 12:05) Total user comments: 10772


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Its huge...
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№10 Author: Wulfruna (12 Apr 2013 15:52) Total user comments: 141


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These things are probably the closest things to space ships you'll ever see. It's like a self-contained town.
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№11 Author: yasirkajak (12 Apr 2013 23:07) Total user comments: 401


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asas :12: :12: :12:
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№12 Author: shewentwhoa (13 Apr 2013 05:03) Total user comments: 1327


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I've been on one cruise, and seriously so much fun. Go on one if you can, but don't go on carnival they're a crappy cruise line. Royal carribean is the best.
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№13 Author: crappy tours (13 Apr 2013 13:52) Total user comments: 0


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Thats the tour?? Thats a rip off. Thought id be seeing the facilities, rooms etc.
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№14 Author: atvitaly (13 Apr 2013 21:52) Total user comments: 441


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Love cruises! :04: They're definitely not only for elder people, try one!
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№15 Author: oxyjane (14 Apr 2013 02:21) Total user comments: 459


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wow
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