Articles with tag: cruise history

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The process of cruise ships construction is impressive. To be honest, we love to watch how modern mega liners are being created. However, cruise ships history has witnessed other equally exciting processes, when already popular vessels were changed considerably. For example, there were cases...
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The cruise industry is not just about a way of traveling or type of vacation. It’s about the fascinating story of ups and downs, triumphs and defeats, discoveries and losses. Probably, there’s no person in the world who knows the history of cruise ships better than Peter Knego, a maritime...
Former Ships of Norwegian Cruise Line That Have Never Entered Service
Today we have a special edition. This article is devoted to two legendary ships of Norwegian Cruise Line that have never taken a cruise under the company's flag. As we already know, a legendary liner, SS Norway, had sailed under the flag of Norwegian Cruise Line for a long time. The ship...
Fate of the Former Norwegian Cruise Line Ships. P.3
We continue our favorite column: the history of the former ships of cruise companies. Today we'd like to present you the final part of our story about the former ships of Norwegian Cruise Line . Last time we stopped on the fate of Norwegian Wind. In this part, we will tell you about the fate...
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The last time we talked about the fate of the Norwegian Cruise Line ships , we ended on the fate of a beautiful liner called SS Norway. Well, let's continue this story. © OneCyclone/Wiki/CC BY-SA 2.0 After the appearance of SS Norway, the NCL 's fleet didn't receive the new ships...
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We continue the series of stories about the former ships of the cruise companies. We've already talked about Celebrity Cruise Line, Princess Cruises , Royal Caribbean, MSC, Carnival Cruise Line . Today we'd like to tell you about the fate of the former ships of Norwegian Cruise Line...
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The last ship we talked about in the previous part was Viking Serenade, which left the Royal Caribbean fleet in 2002. Today we'd like to continue our story about the beautiful ships that used to please us quite recently, almost yesterday... © Sparrowman980/Wiki/CC BY-SA 3.0...
What Happened to the Former Royal Caribbean Ships? P.1
We continue one of our favorite columns - the stories of the companies' former ships. Of the ships that stood at the origins of the success of the current cruise market leaders. Today we would like to talk about the fate of the ships that used to serve the Royal Caribbean company . Three...
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In previous articles, we talked about the history of Celebrity Cruise Line. Despite the fact that this is a young company, it has 6 ships that were a part of the company's fleet but have already left it. Today we will talk about the fate of these ships and find out what happened to them...
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Here's the final part of our story about the former ships of Princess Cruises . We ended the last article with Crown Princess. In 1991, an 804 ft beauty was built at the famous Italian Fincantieri shipyard. Initially, the ship was built for Sitmar Cruises, already known to us....

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