Kreuzfahrtschiffe aus der Vogelperspektive

 

 

MANDATORY CREDIT: Jeffrey Milstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Jeffrey Milstein's work. No stock, books, prints, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. No fine art print sales. No commercial use without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeffrey Milstein/REX/Shutterstock (4490901h) Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas Cruise Ships aerial photography by Jeffrey Milstein - Mar 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q2re High-flying photographer Jeffrey Milstein's Cruise Ships series gives a God's-eye view of the huge floating holiday vessels. The New York-based photographer uses high-resolution camera equipment to capture views from a helicopter with an open door. They include the Disney Dream, which features a 9 hole mini-golf course, 11 nightclubs and lounges and the first "water roller coaster": a 765-foot long winding waterslide called the AquaDuck that goes through the ship's funnel. Jeffrey also shot the fourth largest cruise ship in the world in the form of the Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas. The $800 million vessel can accommodate 3,634 passengers and 1,300 crew on fifteen passenger decks. (FOTO:DUKAS/REX)

Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas
Heimathafen: Nassau (Bahamas), Kapazität Passagiere: max. 4515, Länge: 338,94 m, Breite: 56,08 m, Höchstgeschwindigkeit: 40 km/h

Kreuzfahrtschiffe können wie imposante, verwirrende Türme aussehen. Der Fotograf Jeffrey Milstein jedoch schaffte es in seiner Serie von Luftaufnahmen, «Cruise Ships», die schwebenden Giganten schön aussehen zu lassen. Die meisten von ihnen haben einen Pool, eine Laufstrecke und einen Basketballplatz. Das ganze Oberdeck wird zu einem schwimmenden Vergnügungspark in der Grösse von drei Fussballfeldern.

MANDATORY CREDIT: Jeffrey Milstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Jeffrey Milstein's work. No stock, books, prints, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. No fine art print sales. No commercial use without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeffrey Milstein/REX/Shutterstock (4490901f) Norwegian Sky Cruise Ships aerial photography by Jeffrey Milstein - Mar 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q2re High-flying photographer Jeffrey Milstein's Cruise Ships series gives a God's-eye view of the huge floating holiday vessels. The New York-based photographer uses high-resolution camera equipment to capture views from a helicopter with an open door. They include the Disney Dream, which features a 9 hole mini-golf course, 11 nightclubs and lounges and the first "water roller coaster": a 765-foot long winding waterslide called the AquaDuck that goes through the ship's funnel. Jeffrey also shot the fourth largest cruise ship in the world in the form of the Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas. The $800 million vessel can accommodate 3,634 passengers and 1,300 crew on fifteen passenger decks. (FOTO:DUKAS/REX)

Norwegian Sky
Heimathafen: Nassau (Bahamas), seit 2008, Kapazität Passagiere: 2002, Länge: 258,60 m, Breite: 32,25 m, Höchstgeschwindigkeit: 43 km/h

Nach einem Jahr beschloss er, grösser zu gehen, das war, als er nach Port Canaveral, Florida, flog, wo Millionen Kreuzschiffpassagiere pro Jahr ihren Urlaub beginnen.

Für die Umsetzung dieses Projekts nutze Milstein ein High-Definition-Kamera-Equipment und fotografierte aus einer offenen Helikoptertüre.

MANDATORY CREDIT: Jeffrey Milstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Jeffrey Milstein's work. No stock, books, prints, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. No fine art print sales. No commercial use without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeffrey Milstein/REX/Shutterstock (4490901d) Carnival Victory at night Cruise Ships aerial photography by Jeffrey Milstein - Mar 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q2re High-flying photographer Jeffrey Milstein's Cruise Ships series gives a God's-eye view of the huge floating holiday vessels. The New York-based photographer uses high-resolution camera equipment to capture views from a helicopter with an open door. They include the Disney Dream, which features a 9 hole mini-golf course, 11 nightclubs and lounges and the first "water roller coaster": a 765-foot long winding waterslide called the AquaDuck that goes through the ship's funnel. Jeffrey also shot the fourth largest cruise ship in the world in the form of the Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas. The $800 million vessel can accommodate 3,634 passengers and 1,300 crew on fifteen passenger decks. (FOTO:DUKAS/REX)

Carnival Victory at night
Heimathafen: Panama (Zentralamerika), Kapazität Passagiere: 2758, Länge: 272,19 m, Breite: 35,36 m, Höchstgeschwindigkeit: 41,7 km/h

Dazu gehören die Disney Dream, die über einen 9-Loch-Minigolfplatz verfügt. Über 11 Nachtclubs und Lounges und die erste Wasserachterbahn. Eine 233 Meter lange gewundene Wasserrutsche, die durch die Schiffstrichter geht. Das Schiff besitzt die Kapazität für 3634 Passagiere und 1300 Besatzungsmitglieder, verteilt auf 15 Passagierdecks.

MANDATORY CREDIT: Jeffrey Milstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Jeffrey Milstein's work. No stock, books, prints, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. No fine art print sales. No commercial use without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeffrey Milstein/REX/Shutterstock (4490901e) Royal Caribbean Majesty of the Seas Cruise Ships aerial photography by Jeffrey Milstein - Mar 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q2re High-flying photographer Jeffrey Milstein's Cruise Ships series gives a God's-eye view of the huge floating holiday vessels. The New York-based photographer uses high-resolution camera equipment to capture views from a helicopter with an open door. They include the Disney Dream, which features a 9 hole mini-golf course, 11 nightclubs and lounges and the first "water roller coaster": a 765-foot long winding waterslide called the AquaDuck that goes through the ship's funnel. Jeffrey also shot the fourth largest cruise ship in the world in the form of the Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas. The $800 million vessel can accommodate 3,634 passengers and 1,300 crew on fifteen passenger decks. (FOTO:DUKAS/REX)

Royal Caribbean Majesty of the Seas
Heimathafen: Nassau (Bahamas), Kapazität Passagiere: 2744, Länge: 268,32 m, Breite: 32,2 m, Höchstgeschwindigkeit: 35 km/h

MANDATORY CREDIT: Jeffrey Milstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Jeffrey Milstein's work. No stock, books, prints, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. No fine art print sales. No commercial use without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeffrey Milstein/REX/Shutterstock (4490901g) Disney Dream Cruise Ships aerial photography by Jeffrey Milstein - Mar 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q2re High-flying photographer Jeffrey Milstein's Cruise Ships series gives a God's-eye view of the huge floating holiday vessels. The New York-based photographer uses high-resolution camera equipment to capture views from a helicopter with an open door. They include the Disney Dream, which features a 9 hole mini-golf course, 11 nightclubs and lounges and the first "water roller coaster": a 765-foot long winding waterslide called the AquaDuck that goes through the ship's funnel. Jeffrey also shot the fourth largest cruise ship in the world in the form of the Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas. The $800 million vessel can accommodate 3,634 passengers and 1,300 crew on fifteen passenger decks. (FOTO:DUKAS/REX)

Disney Dream
Heimathafen: Nassau (Bahamas), Kapazität Passagiere: 3634, Länge: 339,50 m, Breite: 37 m, Höchstgeschwindigkeit: 44 km/h

MANDATORY CREDIT: Jeffrey Milstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Jeffrey Milstein's work. No stock, books, prints, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. No fine art print sales. No commercial use without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeffrey Milstein/REX/Shutterstock (4490901b) Carnival Sensation Cruise Ships aerial photography by Jeffrey Milstein - Mar 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q2re High-flying photographer Jeffrey Milstein's Cruise Ships series gives a God's-eye view of the huge floating holiday vessels. The New York-based photographer uses high-resolution camera equipment to capture views from a helicopter with an open door. They include the Disney Dream, which features a 9 hole mini-golf course, 11 nightclubs and lounges and the first "water roller coaster": a 765-foot long winding waterslide called the AquaDuck that goes through the ship's funnel. Jeffrey also shot the fourth largest cruise ship in the world in the form of the Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas. The $800 million vessel can accommodate 3,634 passengers and 1,300 crew on fifteen passenger decks. (FOTO:DUKAS/REX)

Carnival Sensation
Heimathafen: Nassau (Bahamas), Kapazität Passagiere: 2052, Länge: 262 m, Breite: 31,52 m, Höchstgeschwindigkeit: 39 km/h

MANDATORY CREDIT: Jeffrey Milstein/Rex Features. Only for use in story about Jeffrey Milstein's work. No stock, books, prints, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission. No fine art print sales. No commercial use without photographer's permission. Mandatory Credit: Photo by Jeffrey Milstein/REX/Shutterstock (4490901a) Caribbean Princess Cruise Ships aerial photography by Jeffrey Milstein - Mar 2015 FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/q2re High-flying photographer Jeffrey Milstein's Cruise Ships series gives a God's-eye view of the huge floating holiday vessels. The New York-based photographer uses high-resolution camera equipment to capture views from a helicopter with an open door. They include the Disney Dream, which features a 9 hole mini-golf course, 11 nightclubs and lounges and the first "water roller coaster": a 765-foot long winding waterslide called the AquaDuck that goes through the ship's funnel. Jeffrey also shot the fourth largest cruise ship in the world in the form of the Royal Caribbean Freedom of the Seas. The $800 million vessel can accommodate 3,634 passengers and 1,300 crew on fifteen passenger decks. (FOTO:DUKAS/REX)

Caribbean Princess
Heimathafen: Hamilton (Bermuda), Kapazität Passagiere: 3142, Länge: 290 m, Breite: 36 m, Höchstgeschwindigkeit: 41 km/h

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  • Jost Schmid sagt:

    Wie wäre es nach den „Grossen Giganten der Weltmeere“ mit einem Artikel über die „Kleinen Zwerge der Teiche“? Pleonasmus lässt grüssen.

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