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Photographer:Vladimir Knyaz [View profile]Title:PRINCESA VICTORIAAdded:May 04, 2008
Photo Category: Cruise Ships and Liners built before 1950
1936: Built by Harland & Wolff, Belfast, for Union-Castle Line as the Dunnottar Castle. Used on the London (Tilbury) - round Africa service until the outbreak of WW2, when she was converted to an armed merchant cruiser, and then later used a troop transport.

1949: Resumed London - round Africa service.

1958: Sold to Incres SS Co, who renamed her as Victoria and substantially rebuilt her in Rotterdam. Entered service in 1960 on New York-West Indies cruises.

1964: Sold to Victoria SS Co, a subsidiary of Swedish company Clipper A/B, but retained name, service and Incres Line as agents.

1975: Bought by Chandris, resuming sailings as The Victoria in June 1976. She cruised in Europe and the Caribbean until 1993, when she was sold to Louis Cruise Lines who continue to use her on cruises from Cyprus
In Port-Said,15.08.2000.
Vessel Identification
Name:Victoria 1
Former name(s):
- Princesa Victoria (Until 2004 May)
- The Victoria (Until 1992 Dec)
- Victoria (Until 1977)
Technical Data
Vessel type:Passengers Ship
Gross tonnage:14,583 tons
Summer DWT:6,590 tons

Additional Information
Build year:1936
AIS Information
AIS information: N/A
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