EOSEAS – A concept worth thinking about?

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  1. Von says:

    Yes, the main selling point is that it looks so different. I’ve always wanted to see a change in the shape and apperance of cruise ships. The double skin and sails are wonderful ideas.

  2. crociereuk says:

    The design of this ship is great, Its like nothing we have ever seen, the Windstar ships are great have you seen them, Cruise ships with sales, excellent. I would love to see EOSEAS built!

  3. austin says:

    in my opinon i think its kinda retarted…and im not saying this to be mean….i just dont c gowing back to sails…in my tought thos sails cant hold up to evrthing and if thay had to be broght down it would look dum with random rods sticking out…and i dont think the ship itself would be able to witshtand mutch. btw sorry about the spelling fing google chrome is mesed up…grrr fail

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