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Now We Know Everything About Cruise Ship Azipods!

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By watching this video you’ll get to know all there is about Royal Caribbean Azipods, like us you might even learn something.

Royal Caribbean reveal all there is about Azipods. The footage shows the very latest propulsion system being installed on recent Royal Caribbean ships at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg. We also get to see the Azipods of the cruise lines largest ever ship Harmony of the Seas in South France. You get to see the large propellers that help complete an ever evolving system that is the heart of any cruise ship.

The video explains how the Azipods are made and function. Several key people from the shipyard and cruise line explain the pods and how they are used. Azipods can make a big difference when docking in port so just remember how much is done the next time you’re on deck watching the vessel depart or arrive.


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