Each year, more than 30 million passengers set sail aboard cruise ships around the world. As the industry continues to grow, the focus remains on providing the best possible passenger experience while reducing energy usage and emissions. At Carrier, we have decades of experience at sea, with a range of solutions on board vessels ranging from luxury cruise liners to cargo ships. We’re here to help owners and operators delight passengers while saving energy and improving sustainability.
Harmony and Symphony of the Seas are the world's largest cruise ships, housing more than 8,000 people, passengers and crew combined. Like most of the Royal Caribbean fleet, Autronica provides the ships with fire detection, safety and emergency management systems.
The long-standing relationship between Autronica and Royal Caribbean is a result of Autronica’s ability to meet Royal Caribbean’s high standards for safety and security. The cruise line also turns to LenelS2 for closed-circuit TV systems, and Marioff for a HI-FOG water mist fire suppression system.
Visby is a class of stealth ships built for the Swedish Navy. These ultra hi-tech carbon fiber ships were the first to feature fully developed stealth technology.
This unique type of vessel required an effective fire protection system that could withstand battle conditions, while remaining as light as possible. Marioff delivered, with an innovative HI-FOG water mist fire suppression system covering all accommodation spaces on the ships.
The most decorated American battleship of World War II, the USS North Carolina now serves as a memorial at the seaport of Wilmington, North Carolina. To provide comfort for visitors while preserving the historical ambience of the ship, Carrier provided a specialized HVAC solution.
Combining two Toshiba Carrier VRF heat recovery outdoor units, 14 indoor units and customized piping, the solution delivers comfort across a variety of load requirements while blending unobtrusively into the background.
M/Y Nirvana is a 270-foot (90-meter) super yacht built by the Oceanco shipyard in the Netherlands. Built to the highest standards of quality, performance and design, the yacht required a fire protection system to match.
Marioff’s HI-FOG was selected for the M/Y Nirvana, combining safety and elegance into one compact, efficient fire protection system. The HI-FOG system protects both accommodation and machinery spaces of the yacht.