A ground-breaking ship design RINA, among the world-leading classification societies in the cruise ships sector, is enthusiastically supporting the Earth300 project.
At the present stage, RINA experts are working with the ship’s designer to grant the project with Approval in Principle (AIP). The AIP framework is used to review and approve innovative and novel concepts. RINA is making sure that Earth300 will be in line or even exceed the best present and future marine industry standards.
Paolo Moretti, CEO of RINA Services, commented: “Technology innovation has never been faster, but it has to build on solid grounds. RINA is a Classification Society and our role is to ensure that ships meet all safety standards and international regulations, since the inception stage. For us, this means also protecting human life and the planet we live on. That’s our mission and it is why we are determined to support Earth 300 at our best, making sure that the innovation it brings in terms of design and performance is safe…”
RINA provides a wide range of services across the Energy & Mobility, Marine, Certification, Real Estate & Infrastructure, and Industry sectors. With expected net revenues in 2020 of 485 million Euros, over 3,900 employees, and 200 offices in 70 countries worldwide, RINA is a member of key international organizations and an important contributor to the development of new legislative standards.
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