Timelapse shows the construction of a huge cruise ship over six years

She truly looks like the queen of the seas.
  • It took a whopping 6 years to bring AIDAnova to life
  • It’s the first of Carnival Cruises’ Helios Class LNG Powered Cruise Ships
  • AIDAnova is the 13th largest cruise ship in the world

Published on Apr 13, 2024 at 2:51PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Apr 15, 2024 at 2:27PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Nalin Rawat

It’s time we talked about the majestic AIDAnova cruise ship!

It is like a floating paradise, promising adventure and luxury to travelers from every corner of the globe.

But did you know it took a whopping 6 years to bring this beauty to life? Yes, you heard that right!

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This timelapse video takes you on a mesmerizing journey, showcasing the incredible construction process of this magnificent vessel.

Cruise ships are like floating cities, offering everything one could possibly need for a luxurious getaway.

From basic amenities to extravagant luxuries, they have it all, and AIDAnova is no exception.

As the first of Carnival Cruises’ Helios Class LNG Powered Cruise Ships, it’s a true marvel of engineering.

Stretching an impressive 337 meters long, it can accommodate around 6,600 passengers. Now, that’s what you call grandeur.

Watching the timelapse, you can’t help but marvel at the creativity of the engineers and workers who brought this ambitious project to life.

From its humble beginnings to its final glory, every step of the construction process is a piece of art.

And let’s not forget the iconic branding – those lips and eyes that adorn the ship’s exterior give it a touch of whimsy, almost like a ship out of the anime One Piece.

And finally, the party begins.

AIDAnova cruise can be seen parked at a shore with lights from the cruise glittering the area and the travelers having a fun time.

It’s no wonder that AIDAnova, the 13th largest cruise ship in the world, proudly represents the AIDA Cruises.

And here’s the cherry on top – it’s the first cruise ship ever to run entirely on liquefied natural gas (LNG). Blending luxury with eco-friendliness in a truly remarkable way.

So the next time you hop aboard for a cruise adventure, take a moment to appreciate the incredible journey the ship has been through to make your trip unforgettable.

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