Myrtha Pools jump on board of Pacific Dawn, P&O Cruises Australia’s cruise ship, just refurbished at the beginning of this year.
In the last few years, cruise ships have improved their services in order to offer unique traveling experiences to more and more demanding end users. That is why, Pacific Dawn went to dry-dock at Singapore’s naval shipyard, for maintenance and retraining operations to all passengers’ common areas.
Myrtha Pools became protagonist of the renovation project with his record time installation works.
In only 12 days Myrtha Pools’ team completed a Spraypark and two thrilling waterslides: exciting attractions which combine engineering know-how and creative talent, interaction with the customer and the ongoing creation of new solutions always in compliance with the strict technical requirements of the shipyard.
The assembly works represented a huge challenge for Myrtha Pools especially considering the operationing conditions: limited time schedule, confined spaces, complexity of the site with many sub-contractors working at the same time.
Among all the attractions, a 77,27 meter waterslide featuring a Sound System and polychrome light bands and a second, transparent 81,20 meter waterslide made of translucent fiberglass. Once-in-a-lifetime experiences for everyone either trying the attraction or those on the outside watching the people sliding down.
The Spraypark completes the water park providing the cruise ship with a recreational space at zero depth where children can enjoy interactive water toys and have great fun.