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Old May 8th, 2004, 12:21 AM
John Smith
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Default What happened to Star Cruises "Norwegian Star?'

Does anyone know what happened to the Norwegian Star (ex- Royal Viking Sea)
after she was repositioned from Australia to Kuala Lumpur?
Thanks in advance
Stephen West
Gold Coast, Australia


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Old May 8th, 2004, 01:59 AM
Ray Goldenberg
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Default What happened to Star Cruises "Norwegian Star?'

On Fri, 07 May 2004 23:21:16 GMT, "John Smith"
wrote:

Does anyone know what happened to the Norwegian Star (ex- Royal Viking Sea)
after she was repositioned from Australia to Kuala Lumpur?
Thanks in advance
Stephen West
Gold Coast, Australia


Hi Stephen,

According to Maritime Matter:
"The new MV ALBATROS will, indeed be the CROWN (ex ROYAL VIKING SEA,
ROYAL ODYSSEY, NORWEGIAN STAR), as previously speculated."
Any more questions, just ask!


Best regards,
Ray
LIGHTHOUSE TRAVEL
800-719-9917 or 805-566-3905
http://www.lighthousetravel.com
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Old May 8th, 2004, 09:02 PM
haco
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Default What happened to Star Cruises "Norwegian Star?'

Hello,

More info and pictures concerning the ex. Norwegian Star please go to my
website www.nedcruise.info
British flag - Fleetlist - click on P of Phoenix Seereisen and on Albatros.
Enjoy
Haco


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On Fri, 07 May 2004 23:21:16 GMT, "John Smith"
wrote:

Does anyone know what happened to the Norwegian Star (ex- Royal Viking

Sea)
after she was repositioned from Australia to Kuala Lumpur?
Thanks in advance
Stephen West
Gold Coast, Australia


Hi Stephen,

According to Maritime Matter:
"The new MV ALBATROS will, indeed be the CROWN (ex ROYAL VIKING SEA,
ROYAL ODYSSEY, NORWEGIAN STAR), as previously speculated."
Any more questions, just ask!


Best regards,
Ray
LIGHTHOUSE TRAVEL
800-719-9917 or 805-566-3905
http://www.lighthousetravel.com



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Old May 14th, 2004, 09:41 PM
Raoul Fiebig
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Default What happened to Star Cruises "Norwegian Star?'

On Fri, 07 May 2004 23:21:16 GMT, "John Smith"
wrote:

Does anyone know what happened to the Norwegian Star (ex- Royal Viking Sea)
after she was repositioned from Australia to Kuala Lumpur?
Thanks in advance
Stephen West


Hello Stephen,

the ship was acquired by Dutch firm Club Cruise last year and has been
operating under a long-term charter agreement with Germany's Phoenix
Reisen since April 25th under the new name "Albatros".

I'm scheduled to visit the ship later this year.


Regards,

Raoul Fiebig


E-Mail: firstnameATruderhaus.de

"Das Ruderhaus": http://www.ruderhaus.de/
 




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