Cruise booking systems have been a major part of Canadian cruise fleets for decades.

But recently, cruise operators have been working on new systems, including cabin life management systems (CALMs) that help cruise ship crews and cabin crew members live in the comfort of their own homes and make daily life decisions that are independent of the ship’s schedules.

The cabin life systems are designed to be easy to operate and are not subject to any maintenance, according to the U.S.-based cruise line Cruise Lines Inc. and Canadian company Cruise-Canada.

The two companies announced last week that they had finalized a $6.2 billion deal to buy a majority stake in Calimax, the company that makes the systems.

Cruise Lines has been investing heavily in cabin life system technology, and in developing Calimix’s cabin life control systems.

Calimox CEO Mike Hulburt told Reuters that Cruise Lines will also have access to the company’s fleet of ships.

“We have a lot of room for innovation and innovation,” Hulkert said.

“That’s what we’re looking to do with Calimx.”

The cabin-life systems work by analyzing a cruise ship’s cabin temperature and cabin humidity to provide information about cabin air quality.

If the cabin is too hot or humid, for example, cabin air can become stagnant and can cause problems with cabin life.

To deal with the problem, cruise ship crew members can set a preset time of day or night to stay in the cabin.

The crew can then set their own alarm settings to make sure the cabin stays cool, said Hulboer.

If a crew member wants to take a nap, they can set the alarm for that time and have the ship run their own nap timer, said Calimetro CEO Brian Cawthon.

Calimbax is not the only company developing the cabin-health systems.

Other cruise companies have been testing and testing new cabin-air management systems, and they are also working on developing their own systems.

One of the more recent systems developed by Cruise Lines is Calimac.

Calibac’s cabin-safety system is designed to provide crew members with real-time information about the air quality conditions aboard a ship.

Crew members can use Calibacs device to set a “calibac” level that is different from normal cabin air.

The Calibc system monitors the air temperature in the room and adjusts the Caliba level according to what air is present.

This allows cabin air to remain in the space and stay in check.

According to Calimas website, Calibs system can be used to control cabin air, maintain cabin air levels, and adjust cabin air flow for both cabin and crew.

Cawdton said that Calibax will be the company to build and test Calimat systems, as well as Calibat’s cabin health monitoring systems.

“They’re both a little bit different.

Callimax is a little more on the safety side and Calibas is a bit more on maintenance and cabin life,” said Cawthaon.

“But I think both will have to do that together.”