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GOLDEN IRIS - IMO 7358573

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Photographer:
Emmanuel.L [ View profile ]
Captured:
May 19, 2014
Location:
Valletta, Malta
Added:
May 25, 2014
Views:
1,035
Image Resolution:
3,357 x 2,152

Description:

Better known here as the ex-CUNARD PRINCESS built in 1977.

thks to Mario schembri

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Current name:
GOLDEN IRIS

Former name(s):

 -  Rhapsody (Until 2009 Apr)

 -  Cunard Princess (Until 1995 Jun)

 -  Cunard Conquest (Until 1977 Mar)

Current flag:
Panama
Vessel Type:
Passengers Ship
Gross tonnage:
16,852 tons
Summer DWT:
3,130 tons

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Cruise Ships and Liners - 4 photos

Harbour Overview Images - 1 photos

Ships under Repair or Conversion - 3 photos

Cruise Ships and Liners built 1971-1980 - 292 photos

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Tomas Pinas

6 photos

Hans Deijs

3 photos

Ken Smith

3 photos

Mattias_H

1 photos

Folke

4 photos

Ilhan Kermen

1 photos

Benoit Donne

3 photos

BRIAN FISHER

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simonwp

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foggy

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Tedi

2 photos

Jim Croucher

1 photos

Sondre

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Willem

1 photos

Gianpaolo

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Dick Gorter

3 photos

Joost Zaal

1 photos

Mick Warrick

2 photos

Navarino

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buddhaJoe

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Fred

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Ulf Kornfeld

1 photos

Roberto Muna

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john white

2 photos

Eerik Laine

4 photos

Adrian Ford

1 photos

Tony Garner

3 photos

Hugo

1 photos

Rick Vince

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immen

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Arne J

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Lee Brown

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jotabe

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Pascal

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Andreas Sp

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daevon

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Willi Thiel

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Mic-Raf

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Eduardo Fern

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wouter

2 photos

Moolen

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John Mavin

1 photos

Evangelos

1 photos

Juanfra Monz

2 photos

E. Vroom

1 photos

barnea1978

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sergey

1 photos

larsbr

3 photos

Ian Boyle

3 photos

Ray Waters

1 photos

Bj

1 photos

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jens smit

2 photos

Valerio

1 photos

Baldizza

1 photos

Robbie Shaw

1 photos

Chris Howell

4 photos

Vincent TPT

2 photos

Neil Gissing

1 photos

josip botica

3 photos

Mr. DOT

4 photos

Godra

4 photos

chiminuel

1 photos

det

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har

1 photos

Emmanuel.L

10 photos

quinquin29

1 photos

Drago Brdar

3 photos

Roy Batty

9 photos

Paul_L

1 photos

Marcus-S

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J C Fischer

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Yes Shaun,may she sail for a much longer time as it will be a shame to see a classic ship like her being reduced to scrap as such other classic vessels have gone that final tragic way.

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You are right. And it is fantastic that she still lives on as Mano Maritime's Golden Iris!!

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person
Well thank your lucky stars it is only a ball court and not accompanied by pool slides,video screens, palm trees and climbing walls or strange looking funnels as witnessed on more modern cruise liners.

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person
They are fine indeed, though I never noticed that ball court behind Golden Iris's funnel until now. That's a shame.

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Hi Shaun,I remember these fine ships when they entered Malta Drydocks for refits as Cunard ships.

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person
Lovely! Sailed on the ill fated Ocean Countess in 2012, and these are truly fine sea ships.

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Hi Jens.In 40 years time ,I will not be here for sure, and so will these "floating apartment blocks" as our friend Mr.DOT loves to call them, but just as you said these modern cruisers will long have graced the shores of Indian or Turkish shipbreaking yards,

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person
An interesting question, Emmanuel. I can imagine a QM2, age 40, but somehow I can't imagine a forty year old Oasis of the Seas... Strange.

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person
Built in 1977 and still popular with the cruising community. That shows what a well designed and built ship compared to present days" floating apartment blocks".Does any body think that in 37 years time how many of this behemoths of today will be still operating?

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I like her very much ,, and it's much fortunate that we are still having her with us in all her outstanding beauty despite her thirtysevens ..... actually,, she is sistership of the ill-fated Ocean Countess !

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