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The world’s largest sailing vessel (barque) will be launched in 2017 by Star Clippers cruise line.
Next-generation LNG-fuelled fast ferry with a capacity of 2,800 passengers and a length of 212 meters, launching in 2017.
The AmaReina is a 443-foot advanced river cruise vessel with a capacity of 164 passengers.
Floatel International owns and operates a fleet of offshore accommodation and construction support vessels.
The detention complex houses up to 2,100 prisoners from the Salt Lake Valley area.
Key European stadiums.
The OFF Paris Seine, France’s first floating hotel, located on the Seine river in Paris, opened June 23, 2016.
Two of the world’s largest cruise vessels prior to the launch of the third Oasis-class vessel, the Harmony of the Seas.
The Pioneering Spirit is a vessel for single-lift installation and removal of large offshore oil and gas platforms, and the installation of oil and gas pipelines.
The Aegir is a state-of-the-art deepwater construction vessel (DCV) capable of executing complex infrastructure and pipeline projects in ultra-deep waters.
The 20,000 m2/215,278 ft2 Auchan Jindu store is located in the underground level of a building complex in Shanghai.
The Refuge du Gouter, located at an altitude of 3,835 m/12,582 ft, was designed according to high environmental standards and can host as many as 8,500 people over a three-month period.
1 Bligh is a sustainnably designed office building located in Sydney’s central business district.
The Suvarna Vidhana Soudha Assembly is a four-floor structure with a total area of 60,398 m2/650,118 ft2.
A moored semi-submersible accommodation vessel that can accommodate up to 587 people.
LNG-fuelled passenger and cargo ship with a capacity of 1,700 passengers and crew.
The Pirogov Hospital, one of the oldest hospitals in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation, was retrofitted with an Evac drainage system.