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EUGENIO COSTA - IMO 6502024

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Photographer:
raether [ View profile ]
Captured:
Aug 19, 1989
Added:
May 5, 2016
Views:
1,242
Image Resolution:
1,534 x 1,022

Description:

Photo Svend 19/8-1989 Langelinie Copenhagen

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Current name:
RED BOAT

Former name(s):

 -  The Big Red Boat Ii (Until 2004 Feb)

 -  Edinburgh Castle (Until 2000 Feb)

 -  Eugenio Costa (Until 1997)

 -  Eugenio C (Until 1987)

Current flag:
Bahamas
Home port:
Nassau
Vessel Type:
Passengers Ship
Gross tonnage:
32,753 tons
Summer DWT:
7,682 tons
Length:
217.45 m
Beam:
29.3 m
Draught:
8.65 m

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Cruise Ships and Liners built 1961-1970 - 76 photos

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Ilhan Kermen

1 photos

John Sharpe

2 photos

Marc Piché

2 photos

simonwp

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DEREK SANDS

1 photos

kevin blair

2 photos

Gianpaolo

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Arnes

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Yvon Perchoc

1 photos

Navarino

2 photos

zahan

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nautico

2 photos

Lee Brown

3 photos

jotabe

1 photos

wouter

3 photos

Artman

1 photos

Hornstein

12 photos

Clive Harvey

1 photos

Gena Anfimov

2 photos

Joso

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raether

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jaclap

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DDGHANSA

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garry2a

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Pieter, What business is not all about the money? And the cruise business in the 1980s was somewhat different to the way it is now. Many less-well-off people have come to enjoy cruising since then because for them the money is more reasonable. Maybe you should try a short cruise. You might be surprised.

Clive: if you are a cruise snob you can still pay bucket-loads of dosh to go with one of the expensive operators that the hoi-polloi like me can't afford.

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Clive, the cruise business is only about the money...just how many sheep can you accomodate on just so many square metres, or as somebody dealing with the cruise market in the eighties always used to say. How many beds can you sell.

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No Finn, that's the problem, it is not a brave world. It is a weak and feeble world. One that caters to the lowest common denominator, one where everyone follows the herd. No individuality, no creativity, no imagination.

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Clive, its a brave new world... unfortunately!

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I know that I should not, but I cannot help but make comparisons with the ships of Costa's fleet of today...

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