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EVERY DAY WE WILL INCLUDE ANOTHER VESSELS

Because of the covid vius and a complete stand still of the cruise ship operations owners of the older cruise ships

have been send to the breakers. Find here which ships and watch te video how they loooked like in and outside.

COSTA  VICTORY  :

Costa Victoria was a Victoria-class cruise ship owned by San Giorgio del Porto Spa, Piombino Industrie Marittime. Prior to her 2020 sale, the ship was operated by Costa Cruises, a subsidiary of Carnival Corporation & plc. Debuting in 1996, she was designed to reflect the spirit of Italy. In June 2020, in light of the economic impact caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Costa Victoria was moved to the Port of Piombino, Italy and decomissioned. In 13 January 2021, Costa Victoria was towed by AHTS Vos Chablis to Alia─ča, Turkey for demolition.

click here for a video to see how the ship looked like in and outside

ASTORIA  

MV Astoria was constructed as the transatlantic liner MS Stockholm in 1948 for Swedish American Line, and rebuilt as a cruise ship in 1993. At 72 years old, she was the oldest passenger liner still sailing in deep water routes. As Stockholm, she was best known for an accidental collision with Andrea Doria in July 1956, resulting in the sinking of the latter ship and 46 fatalities off the coast of Nantucket.

During her seven decades of service she has passed through several owners and sailed under the names Stockholm, V├Âlkerfreundschaft, Volker, Fridtjof Nansen, Italia I, Italia Prima, Valtur Prima, Caribe, Athena, and Azores before beginning service as Astoria in March 2016. Astoria sailed with Cruise & Maritime Voyages until 2020 when the company suspended operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. She was subsequently laid up in Tilbury.

On the picture the vessel can be seen inbound Rotterdam.

click here for a video to see how the ship looked in and outside

MARCO POLO

MS Marco Polo was a cruise ship that was originally built as an ocean liner in 1965 by Mathias-Thesen-Werft, East Germany as Aleksandr Pushkin for the Soviet Union's Baltic Shipping Company. After major alterations and additions, the ship sailed as Marco Polo for Orient Lines from 1993 to 2008.[1] She last sailed for UK-based Cruise & Maritime Voyages[6] and its German subsidiary Transocean Tours.[5] After Cruise & Maritime Voyages entered administration in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, she was sold at auction by CW Kellock & Co. Ltd. for US$ 2,770,000 on 22 October 2020.[14] She was beached at Alang, India in January 2021 and scrapped.                  more :  on wikepedia

 

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