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Peter Fetten

Vice President for Design and New Building

Royal Caribbean International

HQ Phone:  (305) 539-6000

Direct Phone: (786) ***-****direct phone

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Royal Caribbean International

1050 Caribbean Way

Miami, Florida,33132

United States

Company Description

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. is a global cruise vacation company that operates Royal Caribbean International, Celebrity Cruises, Pullmantur, Azamara Cruises and CDF Croisieres de France. The company has a combined total of 37 ships in service and seven under c...more

Background Information

Employment History

Senior Vice President Corperate Ship Refit

Carnival Corp.


Vice President NB and Fleet Design

RCCL


Managing Director

B&V Repair


Non Executive Director

Saga Holidays


Managing Director

Fetten Consulting


MD-Ship Repair and Conversion

Blohm + Voss GmbH


Affiliations

Grand Bahamas Shipyard

Board Member


Education

degrees

naval architecture and welding engineering

University of Hamburg


Web References(42 Total References)


The Cruise & Vacation Authority Travel Articles

www.tcava.com [cached]

Peter Fetten, vice president for design and new building at Royal Caribbean, played an integral part in the project, which he called at the time "the most important that we have.
Fetten and his team carefully selected the most appropriate cutting line. Their goal was to preserve as much speed and efficiency as possible in the lengthened cruise ship when it sailed. In fact, the extended Enchantment of the Seas was expected to lose just 0.2 knots of speed and, according to Fetten, its maneuverability would be as good or better than before the lengthening. According to Fetten, the Enchantment of the Sea's "good structure and strong backbone" made her a viable candidate for stretching. "This is the most challenging project that I've been a part of," says Fetten of the Enchantment of the Seas lengthening.


World Cruise Review Issue Archive - World Cruise Network

www.worldcruise-network.com [cached]

Kevin Douglas, vice-president of technical projects, newbuilds, for Royal Caribbean, explains how it is easier to fund the building of new ships than renovate existing ones as surplus cash becomes a thing of the past, while Peter Fetten, SVP of refits of Carnival Corporation, discusses the challenge of refitting ships that meet market expectations and demographic trends.
Following on RCCL's Peter Fetten discusses the importance of developing a strategy for the existing older fleet alongside the design and building of bigger state-of-the-art cruiseships. Peter Fetten, Vice President of Fleet Design and Newbuilding for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, talks about the ground-breaking renovation of Enchantment of the Seas and Bill Morani at Holland America Line shows that although the shipping industry may not be widely regarded for its environmental concern, great efforts have been made to make the green agenda part of the business.


Enchantment of the Seas, Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas, Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship, Enchanment of the Seas Cruises, Cruise Ships

res.vacationstogo.com [cached]

Peter Fetten, vice president for design and new building at Royal Caribbean, played an integral part in the project, which he called at the time "the most
Fetten and his team carefully selected the most appropriate cutting line. Their goal was to preserve as much speed and efficiency as possible in the lengthened cruise ship when it sailed. In fact, the extended Enchantment of the Seas was expected to lose just 0.2 knots of speed and, according to Fetten, its maneuverability would be as good or better than before the lengthening. According to Fetten, the Enchantment of the Sea's "good structure and strong backbone" made her a viable candidate for stretching. "This is the most challenging project that I've been a part of," says Fetten of the Enchantment of the Seas lengthening.


Stretching a Ship

www.the-cruise-authority.com [cached]

Peter Fetten, vice president for design and new building at Royal Caribbean, played an integral part in the project, which he called at the time "the most important that we have.
Fetten and his team carefully selected the most appropriate cutting line. Their goal was to preserve as much speed and efficiency as possible in the lengthened cruise ship when it sailed. In fact, the extended Enchantment of the Seas was expected to lose just 0.2 knots of speed and, according to Fetten, its maneuverability would be as good or better than before the lengthening. According to Fetten, the Enchantment of the Sea's "good structure and strong backbone" made her a viable candidate for stretching. "This is the most challenging project that I've been a part of," says Fetten of the Enchantment of the Seas lengthening.


Enchantment of the Seas, Royal Caribbean Enchantment of the Seas, Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship, Enchanment of the Seas Cruises, Cruise Ships

www.vacationstogo.co.uk [cached]

Peter Fetten, vice president for design and new building at Royal Caribbean, played an integral part in the project, which he called at the time "the most Fetten and his team carefully selected the most appropriate cutting line.Their goal was to preserve as much speed and efficiency as possible in the lengthened cruise ship when it sailed.In fact, the extended Enchantment of the Seas was expected to lose just 0.2 knots of speed and, according to Fetten, its maneuverability would be as good or better than before the lengthening.According to Fetten, the Enchantment of the Sea's "good structure and strong backbone" made her a viable candidate for stretching."This is the most challenging project that I've been a part of," says Fetten of the Enchantment of the Seas lengthening.


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