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Cruising : Cruise Ships Were Sold In 2020

Coronavirus pandemic has fueled a big year for the secondhand ship sales market

The coronavirus pandemic has fueled a big year for the secondhand ship sales market, with cruise ships finding new owners or being scrapped.

Marella Celebration

:2020 Ship Moves

Ship: Marella Celebration
Cruise Line: Marella Cruises
Built: 1984
Capacity: 1,250
Tonnage: 33,930
Month: April
Fate: Laid-up in Greece; projected to be scrapped.

Costa Victoria

Ship: Costa Victoria
Cruise Line: Costa Crociere
Built: 1996
Capacity: 1,928
Tonnage: 75,000
Month: June
Fate: Bought by Genova Industrie Navali Srl.

RCGS Resolute

Ship: RCGS Resolute
Cruise Line: OneOcean Expeditions
Built: 1991
Capacity: 184
Tonnage: 8,378
Month: June
Fate: Sold at auction for $600,000

Oceana

Ship: Oceana
Cruise Line: P&O Cruises
Built: 2000
Capacity: 2,016
Tonnage: 77,499
Month: July 
Fate: Sold to the Greek ferry operator Seajets and renamed Queen of the Oceans. Operation plans are yet to be announced by the new owners  .

Ship: Monarch
Cruise Line: Pullmantur Cruceros
Built: 1991
Capacity: 2,354
Tonnage: 73,941
Month: July
Fate: Sold to Turkish scrappers; currently being dismantled in Aliaga.

Ship: Sovereign
Cruise Line: Pullmantur Cruceros
Built: 1988
Capacity: 2,276
Tonnage: 73,192
Month: July
Fate: Sold to Turkish scrappers; currently being dismantled in Aliaga.

Carnival Fantasy

Ship: Carnival Fantasy
Cruise Line: Carnival Cruise Line
Built: 1990
Capacity: 2,044
Tonnage: 70,367
Month: July
Fate: Sold to Turkish scrappers; currently being dismantled in Aliaga.

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