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The Titanic became tiny, tiny! And not just him, but also two other gigantic boats. An architect with a lot of imagination succeeded to transform the famous Titanic, Eoseas and Oasis of the Seas into small models. The result? A spectacular image of the evolution of shipbuilding, during a century!

If 6 years ago, the Titanic was the biggest ship in the world, today the newest splendor of the sea, Oasis of the Seas is the biggest. And it's not the only one. Allure of the Seas and Eoseas succeeded to surpass the Titanic in luxury, size and imposing image. You don't believe me? Let's find out a few thing about each of them!

The Titanic

It was 269,1 meters long, 28 meters wide, 46.328 tons and 18 meters high. It was the second ship of Olympics transportation line, owned by White Star Line. It was built by „Harland and Wolff” Shipyard, from Belfast. The ship could carry 2.224 passengers, with the crew. The Titanic was designed to be the most comfortable and luxurious ship of the 1900. It had a gym, a pool, a library, high class restaurants and opulent cabins. It had impressive decks and cabins equipped with massive wood furniture.

Allure of the Seas/Oasis of the Seas

It's 360 meters long, 64 meters wide, a deck at 65 meters above the water, carousel and the first flying bar! It can carry 7.800 passengers, with the crew. It has 16 decks with 26 restaurants and 17 bars and cafes. The ship offers a natural park of 100 meters long, rooms for jogging, fitness, kungoo, aerobic


It's a 300 meters long liner, 60 meters wide and a 20.000 square meters area. It's the first ship of it's kind which uses sails. It has 1400 passenger cabins, restaurants, pools, theaters - for 3.311 passengers and 1.089 crew members. It has a power plant based on natural gas which releases 255 less carbon dioxide than oil. It advances with a speed of 17 knots (30 km/h).

A big difference between the three ships can be easily noticed due to the individual models. Take a look! If you like them, you can enjoy them in your own home. Soon, you'll be able to purchase these models from our website!

Author: Gina Rotaru

Translated by Ana Maria Andronache


Published in: noiembrie 2012
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