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Floating hotel or slow cruise ship?

by jasonhammond last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:29 AM
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by jasonhammond last modified Nov 02, 2010

I’m not personally a fan of cruises nor vacations that restrict me to the bounds of a hotel, but obviously many people enjoy these types of vacations. If you’re the type of person who is a fan of vacations at sea and less about the ports you’ll visit then you many find the latest floating [...]




 

 

I’m not personally a fan of cruises nor vacations that restrict me to the bounds of a hotel, but obviously many people enjoy these types of vacations. If you’re the type of person who is a fan of vacations at sea and less about the ports you’ll visit then you many find the latest floating hotel the perfect getaway. The Morphotel  is the vision of Italian architect Gianluca Santosuosso  for the Indian Navy Docks of Greater Mumbai. The hotel features a flexible spine that allows it to adjust and move under varying weather conditions as well as various docking scenarios. Unlike a cruise ship the hotel will make very few stops and guests will most often have to track down the hotel via ship in order to begin their vacation. It’s an interesting concept and the modern backbone like structure certainly has some visual appeal, but I can’t imagine taking a ship to a hotel to spend more time at sea.


 

 

 
 
 

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