Sample Ship Sample Ship
  • Cruise Line: Sample
  • Year Built: 2012
  • Gross Tonnage: 146600 GT
  • Staterooms: 1994
  • DBL Capacity: 3988
Carbon Emissions
Freshwater Consumption
Waste Diversion

Current Environmental Practices

Energy Management
Water Management
Waste Management
Clean Air
  • Sensor lighting in all passenger cabins
  • Sensor power controls in all passenger cabins
  • Captures and uses waste heat from engines for other onboard energy processes, such as desalination of sea water
  • High efficiency lighting in passenger cabins and public spaces
  • Onboard alternative energy systems
    • Solar
    • Biofuel
    • Wind
    • Waste-to-energy
    • Co-generation
  • Uses shore power while in port
  • Low-flow water toilets (1.28 gallons per flush or 4.8 liters per flush max.) in all passenger cabins and public washrooms
  • Low-flow water faucets (1.5 gallons per minute or 5.7 liters per minute max.) in all passenger cabins and public washrooms
  • Low-flow showerheads (2.0 gallons per minute or 7.6 liters per minute max.) in all passenger cabins
  • All laundry washing machines are water-efficient (18 gallons per load or 68 liters per load max.)
  • All dishwashing machines are water-efficient (5.8 gallons per cycle or 22 liters per cycle max.)
  • Greywater collection and recycling is used for onboard tasks such as cleaning decks
  • Towel (terry) reuse option is offered to all passengers
  • Linen reuse option is offered to all passengers
  • Only non-phosphate laundry detergents are used
  • Zero discharge of non-biodegradable solid waste
  • Zero discharge of hazardous waste
  • Zero discharge of oil in bilge and wastewater
  • Advanced wastewater treatment system returns wastewater to near pristine condition before discharge
  • Food waste is pulped prior to discharge
  • Fuel oil from waste oil is recovered, thus reducing the amount of waste oil disposed of ashore
  • Used cooking oil is recycled
  • Paper is recycled
  • Cardboard is recycled
  • Aluminum cans are recycled
  • Plastic and plastic bottles are recycled
  • Glass is recycled
  • Recycling receptacles are located in all passenger cabins and throughout public spaces
  • Recycling receptacles are located throughout crew areas
  • Used furniture are donated to charities
  • Used supplies are donated to charities
  • No incineration of waste
  • All onboard air filters are high efficiency with a Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV) of 8 or better
  • All passenger cabins are designated non-smoking
  • All indoor public spaces are designated non-smoking
  • All cleaning and maintenance supplies are non-toxic
  • All cleaning and maintenance supplies are low VOC (Volatile Organic Compounds)
  • All seafood served on onboard is sustainably sourced
  • At least 25% of the fruits and vegetables served onboard are certified organic
  • At least 50% of supplies are purchased in bulk packaging
  • Purchasing decisions include life-cycle environmental impact consideration
  • Whenever possible, only environmentally certified paper products are purchased
  • Whenever possible, only paper products with a minimum 30% post-consumer recycled content are purchased
  • Onboard Environmental Officer
  • Mandatory onboard environmental sustainability training for all crew
  • Other crew sustainability initiatives:
    • Initiative 1
    • Initiative 2
  • ISO 14001 Environmental Management System onboard
  • Other certifications and programs:
    • Certification 1
    • Certification 2

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