Regent’s Seven Seas Voyager
Regent Seven Seas Cruises is a six-star-plus cruise line. Its vessels boast the highest standards for their guests, plus the latest in technology in every part of the ship.
Regent’s Seven Seas Voyager, launched in 2003, entered the shipyard in Marseille for a full system update in October 2016. While dry docked, the vessel was equipped with new, state-of-the-art wastewater treatment systems from Evac.
While Seven Seas Voyager was in dry dock, two openings were cut in the hull, one starboard and one port. This enabled the MBR units to be brought as ready-assembled and tested units.
“No retrofit is ever standard. Every ship is unique and preparations are made well in advance. In this case, the planning was well done and the execution was flawless.”
– Carlo Paiella, Regent Seven Seas Vice President, Technical Operations.
Watch the retrofit project related video above.
Owner Regent Seven Seas
Manufacturer Upgrade shipyard: Chantier Naval de Marseille
Wastewater treatment systems
- Wastewater screening, 1 unit
- Grease separators, 2 units
- Gray water transfer pump, 1 unit
- Membrane bioreactor (MBR) wastewater treatment, 2 units
- Anoxic tanks, 2 units
- Biosludge holding tanks, 2 units
Reference project article: Getting retrofits right Preview