expected noise levels in vessels

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  1. greycloud
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    Hi to you all.

    How can you expect the noise levels coming from a certain room in the vessel. for example, if i'm talking about a mess room or a galley or any accomodation cabin; how much noise in DBs should I expect to have.

    Is there like an average related to the number of poeple in such a room and maybe its size. the same goes for galleys too. if there is any other way to approximate these values or any experience relating to this matter please inform.

    Thanks in advance
     
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    Do you mean the noise level generated by a group of people talking?
     
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  6. whitepointer23

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    How many decibels for the honeymoon suite on a cruise ship.
     
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