There are some sounds, though. Various carts and trucks are transporting goods across the ship decks. Parts of walls are still open for equipment to be installed. The premises are mainly empty or at least considerably emptier than during the hull work phase. Bigger cranes and other tools have been moved out of the way of interior works.
Some sections are actually ready. The first patterns of the floor of the Victory Bar on the 8th deck have been installed and the ceiling constructions give some idea of the coming design. The interior facilities are taking shape. Spaciousness is something that immediately draws attention. There are very few passageways for a ship, a minimal amount, in fact. The ship’s windows are still covered, so the lighting inside depends on worksite lamps. Once the covers are removed, the passengers will see the sea from nearly every corner of the ship.
A detail I have been following with interest is the upper loading ramp of the car deck. The loading and unloading on Megastar is quicker than on the earlier Shuttles since it happens on two levels. The bow visor of the upper level is already in place, but I don’t entirely understand how it works. Fortunately I can find that out.