I'm a new poster here but have long been intrigued with steam plant efficiency. The Japanese are finally installing steam plants on LNG carriers with reheat, which really is superheat twice, and has been a feature of land based power plants for decades. It raises the thermal efficiency somewhere into the 30+% range - at least somewhat comparable to diesel. Why wasn't reheat employed on the FRANCE or QE2 so that they didn't gobble hundreds of tons of fuel daily? FRANCE burning 800 tons per day in the '60s is much the same as MAJESTIC in the '20s, although she achieved higher speed. Could reheat have helped here?