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SS Norway

The End of the Great Ocean Liner Era

In 2003, there was a boiler explosion and she was removed from service. She was owned & operated by Norwegian Cruise lines for just over two and a half decades, but actually entered service as the SS France n 1962. She then was operated by the French line CGT (Compagnie Générale Transatlantique) and sailed Transatlantic between Le Harve & New York.

Around mid 2008, she was dismantled at the ships’ graveyard; the beaches of Alang.

Read more in Malcolm Oliver's Cruiseblog.

Posted by Cpt_Ron 15:03 Tagged new_york travel ship cruise norwegian ncl ss_norway norwegian_cruise_lines ss_france le_harve port_miami

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