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square feet with 71-square-foot pri- vate balconies.
The Fantasy also has the "first true spa" at sea, unprecedented in size, number of facilities, selection of programs and state-of-the-art equipment.
At nearly 12,000 square feet, the
Nautica Spa provides passengers tremendous space in which to exer- cise or simply seek some pampering and relaxation.
One of the spectacular design fea- tures of the Fantasy and her sisters is a six-deck atrium, the Grand
Spectrum, conceived by Miami ar- chitect Mr. Farcus. On the Fanta- sy, Mr. Farcus has created an atrium which rises six full decks, crowned by a skylight.
Main engines (6) Sulzer-Wartsila
Alternators (6) . ABB Drives/Stromberg
Electric propulsion motors (2) . . ABB Drives/Stromberg
Propellers (2) KaMeWa
Thrusters (6) Brunvoll
Steering gear Frydenbo
Stabilizers Brown Bros.
Switchboards Stromberg/Wartsila Marine
Oil-fired boilers Sunrod
Distilling plant Serck-Como
A/C plant Svenska Flakt
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Sprinkler & alarm system .... Wormald
Deck machinery Pusnes
Anchors Marine Equipment
Side doors Wartsila Marine
Watertight doors Wartsila Marine
Windows Samen (Bilbao)
Sewage plant Hamworthy
Purifiers Alfa Laval
Bearings Lohmann & Stolerfoht
Elevators Dan Elevator/Kone
Life rafts Viking
ARPA Krupp Atlas Elektronik
Rascar Sperry Marine
Loran C Furuno
Omega navigator JRC
Weather fax Furuno
Speed log Sperry Marine
SatNav system Magnavox
Radio direction finder JRC
Gyrocompass Sperry Marine
Adaptive autopilot EMRI
Magnetic compass JC Krohn/Marine Data
Echo sounder . . . Krupp Atlas Elektronik
Communication equipment .... Jeumont-Schneider
Steering controls & rudder indicator EMRI
TV & PA systems Philips
Radio station Marconi
Joiner systems Rockment
The Northern Vancouver yard of
Versatile Pacific Shipyards, Inc. (VPSI) delivered the Type 1200
Arctic Class 4 icebreaker Henry
Larsen to the Canadian Coast
Guard. She is now in operation pro- viding large vessel escort service in the Gulf of St. Lawrence during the winter months and in the Eastern
Arctic in the summer months.
Commenting on the delivery of the Henry Larsen, David Alsop, president and chief executive officer of VPSI, said the ship performed well during her sea trials and "we are confident the Government of
Canada and the Coast Guard are taking delivery of a first class vessel that will meet all expectations."
The Henry Larsen is 327.5 feet long, has a beam of 64.6 feet and displacement of 8,290 tons at a draft of 23.7 feet. She is powered by an
AC marine propulsion plant consist- ing of three main generator sets, cycloconverters and synchronous motors. Three Wartsila Vasa type 16V32 diesel engines each rated at 5,250 kw at 720 rpm, drive General
Electric Canada ATI synchronous generators with brushless exciters.
Each generator is rated at 5,000 kw, 4,160 v, 6,250 kva at 720 rpm. Cullen
Canada Inc., Vancouver, B.C., Can- ada, supplied the main propulsion generator sets.
Auxiliary power is supplied by a 625-kw Stromberg HSPTL 10/653 generator driven by a Wartsila Vasa 6R22 rated at 960 kw at 1,200 rpm.
She is also fitted with a Caterpillar emergency generator set.
The Henry Larsen can accommo- date a crew of 72, has a cruising range of about 15,00 nautical miles, a cruising speed of about 13.5 knots and a total shaft horsepower of 12,000 kw through two Lips propel- lers. (continued on page 37)
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