Friday, December 9, 2016

Posted by November 8, 2016

Maritime Propulsion

MAN Engines for Three New Cruise Ships

Common-rail MAN V48/60CR Tier-II compliant engines similar to those ordered by Costa Asia and P&O Cruises Australia (Photo: MAN Diesel & Turbo)

MAN Diesel & Turbo said it has won the engine-supply contract from Fincantieri for newbuildings ordered by Costa Asia and P&O Cruises, Australia, members of Carnival Corporation & plc.

 
Each vessel will feature 2 × 14V48/60CR + 3 × 8L48/60CR medium-speed MAN engines, providing 62,400 kW installed power. The engines will be delivered to Fincantieri’s shipyards in Monfalcone (Trieste) and Marghera (Venice) between August 2017 and September 2019.
 
Each newbuilding will weigh 133,500 gt, have a length of 323 m, a passenger capacity of 4,000, and carry a crew of 1,450 personnel.
 
The MAN 48/60CR engines will operate in conjunction with MAN Diesel & Turbo’s common-rail injection system that accommodates running on both heavy fuel oil and distillate fuels. This technology, developed in-house by MAN Diesel & Turbo and fully optimized for its engines, provides superior performance in terms of fuel consumption and smoke emissions, especially at part load compared to its IMO Tier II engine version with conventional injection system, the manufacturer said.
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