CRUISE SHIPS FACE A HIGH RISK OF SLIP AND FALL ACCIDENTS IN UNPREDICTABLE SEAS. HERE ARE SOME OF OUR CRUISE SHIP CUSTOMERS WHO USE SLIPSTOP'S SLIP AND FALL PREVENTION SERVICES:
Seabourn Cruise Line
We've worked closely with Seabourn Cruise Line for over ten years now, treating all their vessels and counting. Always looking to maintain the highest standard in everything they do, Seabourn keeps hiring SLIPSTOP to treat their new ships before they take on passengers.
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line
We've worked closely with RCCL for over ten years now, treating 25 ships and counting. Always looking to maintain the highest standard in everything they do, RCCL keeps hiring SLIPSTOP to treat their new ships before they take on passengers.
Norwegian Cruise Line
Norwegian Cruise Line have used SLIPSTOP more than 12 years for all their ships to be serviced by SLIPSTOP. NCL have more than 11 ships that have all been treated by SLIPSTOP
Cunard Cruise Line
The worlds most famous luxury ocean liners such as Queen Mary 2, Queen Victoria and Queen Elisabeth have all been treated by SLIPSTOP. More than 70,000 Sq.F of different stone floors were SLIPSTOP anti slip treated to prevent and slip & falls onboard their prestigious ocean liners.
Princess Cruises have been a loyal customer for 12 years to SLIPSTOP and have had more than 13 of their ships all anti slip treated by SLIPSTOP.
Star Cruises is not just a cruise line, but it is actually the third largest cruise line in the world, after Carnival Corporation and Royal Caribbean Cruises All Star Cruises ships have been SLIPSTOP treated and we have worked closely more than 13 years with Star Cruises and their ships.
SLIPSTOP have treated all P&O Cruises Ships for the last 10 years.
Holland American Line
We've worked closely with Holland America Line Line for over ten years now, treating all their vessels and counting. Always looking to maintain the highest standard in everything they do, Holland America Line keeps hiring SLIPSTOP to treat their new ships before they take on passengers.
The Residensea World is not so much a liner as an array of floating apartments that sails around the world in pursuit of fair weather, special international events and natural attractions. While a typical ship of this size could carry over 1,500 passengers, the World is expected to carry an average of 285 guests plus a crew of 252. The apartments will start at $2,000,000. Yearly maintenance charges are expected to range from $60,000 to $240,000. It will spend around 250 days in port. SLIPSTOP treated the floors onboard this unusual Cruise Ship 2009.
Disney Cruise Line
SLIPSTOP just completed Disney Cruise Lines new vessel Disney Fantasy. The ship was launched in March 2012 and SLIPSTOP treated more than 20,000 Sq.F of beautiful floors.