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Sun deck of the original SS Viking, photographed in 1963
Sun deck of the original SS Viking, photographed in 1963
MS Viking 5, built 1974 for Rederi Ab Sally, in Stockholm during her first year of service
MS Viking 5, built 1974 for Rederi Ab Sally, in Stockholm during her first year of service
MS Mariella, the world's largest cruiseferry 1985–89, at Kustaanmiekka strait, Helsinki
MS Mariella, the world's largest cruiseferry 1985–89, at Kustaanmiekka strait, Helsinki
MS Cinderella was the largest cruiseferry in the world when delivered in 1989. In 2003 she was renamed MS Viking Cinderella and given the white livery
MS Cinderella was the largest cruiseferry in the world when delivered in 1989. In 2003 she was renamed MS Viking Cinderella and given the white livery displayed here.
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Pride of Bilbao (now Moby Orli), an archetypical cruiseferry. Built for Rederi AB Slite for the Baltic cruise market and operated until 2010 by P&O Fe
Pride of Bilbao (now Moby Orli), an archetypical cruiseferry. Built for Rederi AB Slite for the Baltic cruise market and operated until 2010 by P&O Ferries between Portsmouth in the UK and Bilbao in the Basque Country, Spain. She was sold by Irish Continental Group at the end of her charter to P&O Ferries in 2010 and the operated for St. Peter Line among Stockholm, Tallinn, Helsinki and Saint Petersburg, before being moved to Italy.
Pont-Aven, Brittany Ferries' flagship.
Pont-Aven, Brittany Ferries' flagship.
M/S Cinderella departing Helsinki.
M/S Cinderella departing Helsinki.
M/S Mega Regina at Ile Rousse
M/S Mega Regina at Ile Rousse