Carnival Ship Featured on Science Channel

The Science Channel has a new educational show called “How to Build…Everything,” and Carnival Miracle has been featured on it.

The show gives viewers an off-beat look at what it takes to build and design a cruise ship, focusing on topics such as the advantages of modular construction, where segments of the vessel are built off-site and then assembled together during dry dock, and innovative technical systems such as the Azipod propulsion system. Water displacement and buoyancy concepts are also discussed by engineering and science experts in an easy-t0-understand manner.

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Carnival Miracle and her crew are featured on the show to illustrate the various concepts for the viewers, with the ship’s bridge, engine room, food and beverage venues, and other spaces highlighted during the segment.

You can watch the 21 minute episode here.

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