Lighting at our pier facilities are only for the use of safety or security, and turned off when not needed. Most lighting is not to be above the horizontal except where not feasible.
Low flow toilets on Navatek 1 and pneumatic flush toilets on Discovery, flow restrictors on all faucets. Maintenance facility has a Clean Water Act permit for discharges from the facility through the Hawaii State Harbors Department and the Department of Health. Crews are trained in Clean Water Act Best Practices.
All vessels but "Navatek 1" waste tanks are pumped out shore side. We have no swimming guests.
Q: Is pumping outside of 3 miles more impactful than adding to the Sand Island wastewater plant's effluent that only goes out less than 2 miles?
Best available sound suppression installations on vessels and engines secured when possible. Transportation shuts off engines when possible.
Tour log book for each guest that provided static information with partnership with Waikiki Aquarium and NOAA.
Bottled water is a requirement of the cruise ships for their guests. Local produce is used when possible. All vessels but "Navatek 1" hold and shore pump. Nav is in the works for next year. "Navatek 1" leftover foods is donated to Hawaii Food Bank and caterer takes and donates slops to farmers.
Vessels roofs coated in a ceramic for heat reflection when appropriate as are buildings. AC in offices is minimized as possible. Submarines are charged off peak for grid efficiency and reduced cost. Maintenance facility is made from reused shipping containers.
Not sure how to calculate sub and tender vessels for passenger mile, all vessels have upgraded engines for efficiency and subs are battery powered. All equipment is regularly serviced. Vessel fuel maximization/operation is a part of training for operators.