I believe the art on board is a very important feature of the ship. Art gives the ship freshness, variety, and its own face. What we have on board is fantastic. We have the largest seafaring gallery there is. When the ship is full of life and we have guests on board, you see how people stop in different places to look at the pictures, discuss the art, and let it all sink in. The consensus among our guests is that they really like what they see. On the “Mein Schiff 1,” the decks have themes based on different explorers. So each deck is different. When I am on Deck 6, it’s completely different from being on Deck 12. No matter where I go, I can discover new LUMAS worlds everywhere. That is very, very exciting. When you come in here, you immediately see that this is where the largest pictures on board are, where the biggest variety ist. I think it is a very special place. And I think it is an area our guests really enjoy. A place you can feel at home and view the art, and just enjoy the effect these pieces have. What does LUMAS stand for? The 6000 pieces we have on board, that appeal to a very wide audience. That means, there is something for every conceivable budget. Naturally, for us in the cruise industry, that is a very important point. We have guests from all walks of life, and they have different expectations, wants, and means. And LUMAS is perfect for that.