Arison Maritime Center CSMART

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  1. Captain on the Bridge

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    Beyond learning how to run a ship’s engines at CSMART, engineering officers also train on how to navigate a ship’s interior and locate vital equipment in an emergency. Think of it like playing a video game, complete with a Microsoft Xbox controller. After a computerized ship’s engine room appeared on the display in front of him, I watched an instructor use the controller to maneuver through hallways to extinguish a simulated fire. Tapping on the display even let him press buttons on virtual control panels.

  2. CES Keynote 2017: Carnival Corporation CEO Arnold Donald

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    Arnold Donald, CEO of Carnival Corporation & plc made history last week as the first travel industry executive to deliver the opening keynote at CES, the world’s largest consumer technology event. He announced that the company has developed the world’s first interactive guest experience platform capable of transforming vacation travel into a highly personalized and elevated level of customized service on a large scale.

  3. CSMART: 15 Cool Things You Didn’t Know About Carnival Corp.’s Maritime Crew Training System

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    Cruise Critic, the online guide to cruises and cruise lines got an exclusive peek inside CSMART Academy. CSMART is Carnival Corp.’s state-of-the-art crew training facility. The building house spaces that recreate a ship’s bridge and engine room in detail, from the instruments to the views, the alarms and the safety scenarios.

  4. Behind the Scenes at CSMART – Carnival’s Arison Maritime Training Center

    Cruise Critic’s Adam Coulter visited CSMART Academy for a behind the scenes tour of Carnival Corporation’s cruise ship officer training facility.

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  5. New Organisation for Safe and Effective Operation of Cruise Ships

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    Navigating a large cruise ship in confined or restricted waters involves risks that must be managed carefully, so that safe operation is maintained by using all available resources effectively. This is exactly what Carnival’s new role based bridge organisation is pursuing.