Make your own free website on

Ships-navios Madeira

Saipem 7000 o 2 maior guindaste flutuante do mundo no Funchal Disney Dream in Port Canaveral (Jan. 4, 2011) Oasis of the Seas Naviera Armas (Canary Islands) The International Airport of Madeira

QUEEN VICTORIA in Madeira Island

The Queen Victoria (GT 90,000 tons) is a new cruise ship under construction for the Cunard Line at the Fincantieri ship yard near Venice, Italy. She is scheduled to be floated out from her construction drydock in January 2007. Following fitting out and completion, she is due to make her maiden voyage on December 11 of that same year.
Madeira Island is one of the first ports to be visited by
Queen Victoria will arrival in Funchal, day 28, of December 2007, 08,00h AM, departure 05,00h PM, for Arrecife in Canaries Islands.



Tonnage: 90,000 gross tons
Displacement: N/ALength: 294 m (964.5 ft)
Beam: 32,3 m (106 ft) waterline, 36.6 m (120 ft) extreme(bridge wings)
Draft: 8 m (26 ft 3 in}
Height: 62.5 m (205 ft) keel to funnel (includes 12 passenger decks)
Power: 63.4 MW Sulzer ZA40 diesel plant
Propulsion: Two 16.7 MW pods: independently azimuthing
Speed: approximately 24 knots (44 km/h)
Complement: 2,014 passengers, 900 officers and crew
Cost approximately 400 million Euros.

Pods: Queen Victoria will be propelled by two podded drive propulsors manufactured by ABB in Finland. Each AZIPOD has a fixed pitch propeller and the combination of varying the speed of the propellers and the ability to rotate the pods independently through 360 degrees provides steering and manoeuvrability. Each pod absorbs a maximum power of 17.6MW.
Thrusters: Queen Victoria will have three bow thrusters each absorbing a maximum power of 2.2MW.
Stabilisers: Queen Victoria will have one pair of folding fin and each fin will have an area of 20 m.