A Sea Cruise . . .

Not much of a blog tonight.

I’m working on a new client’s website that’s taking up some time to get things set up and started.

Since we’ve had two Alaskan cruises cancelled out from underneath us within the last 9 months or so, I’ve had to live vicariously by watching this time-lapse video of a new cruise ship being constructed.

It’s interesting to see how the ship is actually assembled by stacking pre-built modules and welding them together.

I’ve also seen them build new hotels the same way. They assemble the steel framework, and then the already built and furnished individual rooms are lifted by a big crane and just inserted in place.

They’re designed so that the electrical, plumbing, etc., all interconnect automatically, and the rooms are ready to go. So ready to go that the beds are already made with sheets, spreads, and pillows.

 


Thought For The Day:

Life is so much more fun if you have a dirty mind.

One Response to A Sea Cruise . . .

  1. Having worked on Freighter repairs during the cold of winter I found that quite amazing to watch. I recognized many of the stages and processes that were taking place.
    Be Safe and Enjoy dreaming of your next trip.

    It’s about time.

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