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#CruiseShips Looking to cut costs as COVID-19 ravaged the cruise industry, Carnival Cruise Line sold six ships for scrap. At the Aliaga ship-breaking yard in Turkey, Carnival's Fantasy, Imagination, and Inspiration ships are in the process of being demolished. Here, workers cut apart and recycle every piece of these massive ships. It's one of most dangerous jobs in the world. And it's only gotten harder as more cruise ships arrive on Aliaga's shores. For more such videos, subscribe to our channel 🤍 Visit us at: 🤍 BI on Facebook: 🤍 BI on Twitter: 🤍 BI on Instagram: 🤍
#cruiseship #cruise #ships World's biggest cruise ship sent for scrap before maiden voyage. This video is all about world's biggest cruise ship sent for scrap before maiden voyage and also try to cover the following subject: -global dream cruise ship -worlds largest cruise ship -cruise ship scrap The ship, Global Dream 2, and a sister ship that had also been under construction at the MV Werften shipyard in Germany, were designed to hold more than 9,000 passengers, making them the world’s largest cruise ships by passenger capacity. At 208,000 tons each, the vessels would have been tied for the world’s sixth-largest cruise ships by size when complete, just behind Royal Caribbean’s five ground-breaking Oasis-class ships. Among notable features, the two ships were to have the largest cinemas at sea with eight theatres apiece, and the first theme parks atop a cruise ship with the longest roller coasters at sea. As of now, just one ship — Carnival Cruise Line‘s Mardi Gras — has a roller coaster on its top deck. It was meant to herald a new class of giant cruise ships. Both of the ships were on order for Asia-based Dream Cruises. Both of the vessels were specifically designed for Asian travellers. Construction had started in 2018 and each ship reportedly cost $US 1.8 billion. But those dreams were shattered when German shipbuilder MV Werften filed for bankruptcy back in January of this year, and lacking the funds to finish the colossal cruise liner themselves, the company sought a buyer for the hulking vessel.
A whopping 26 cruise ships have been sold or scrapped during the pandemic, you will be shocked how young some of these ships are! We take a look at all the ships that have been sent to scrapping yards in Asia and Aliaga in Turkey, and look at some of the ships that may possibly follow. We also take a good look at the practice of ship scrapping, showing how cruise ships are scrapped and recycled. The business generates a HUGE amount of money! Ships from Royal Caribbean, Princess, Holland America, Carnival Cruise Lines, P&O Cruises, and more have met their fate, is your favorite cruise ship gone? Read more on our blog: 🤍 Sections: 00:00 Why are cruise lines selling ships? 01:40 Carnival Corporation ships sold 04:10 Royal Caribbean ships sold 06:20 CMV Ships sold 06:59 Other cruise ships sold 07:25 How are cruise ships scrapped? 08:57 Is it better for the environment to scrap old ships? —————————————————— ⭐ Become a Patreon to show your support and help us create even more content. In return, you get exclusive access to awesome never-seen-before videos, handwritten postcards, and much more! 🤍 📸 Follow us on Instagram to follow our epic adventures LIVE!: 🤍 📖 Check us out on Facebook: 🤍 ✉️ Contact us: ahoy🤍cruisewith.co.uk —————————————————— 🛒 Our Amazon must-buys: If you are in the USA: 🤍 If you are in the UK: 🤍 🎥 Our filming gear: 🤍 🎵 We use Epidemic Sound, access thousands of songs and sound effects for your videos: 🤍 These are affiliate links, it doesn’t cost you a penny extra but we receive a tiny amount of money each time you buy something. It really helps us out! —————————————————— 👬 About us: Ahoy! We’re Ben and David. We’ve been married since 2014 and live in Cambridge in the UK. About 5 years ago we caught the travel and cruise bug! Ever since we have been creating fun cruise ship videos including cruise ship tours, cruise news updates, cruise reviews, cruise tips and tricks, cruise vlogs, and much more! We take you on all of our cruise adventures around the world including the Mediterranean and Caribbean. We love to sail with the best cruise lines in the world including Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Cruise Line, MSC Cruises, Disney Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruises, Princess Cruises, P&O, and Carnival Cruise Line. #Cruise #Cruising #Travel
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Its a sad day for Carnival Fans... The Carnival Fantasy is now a thing of the past. Watch it being beached after being sold for scrap. This video includes both beach and bridge cam footage. LIVE CRUISE AND TRAVEL UPDATES: Text me at 305-574-9213 (Totally free) * You can now support our Channel by SUBSCRIBING (Free) or JOINING THE COMMUNITY ($4.99 a month) at 🤍 * We will be giving away a FREE cruise at random to people that have joined the community! Join is on March 5, 2022 for 8 nights on the amazing Carnival Glory! This sailing is a group event for Carnival's 50th Anniversary Party! Along the way, our group will have private parties with food and alcoholic drinks, private events, socials, free ship tours, and lots of other group events! The ONLY way to book this event is by calling us at 330-968-4300! We also have a great payment plan that everyone can afford! - Want to send us a letter / package or even a product for us to review? We will do our very best to open everything we receive on video. Send all Mail / Packages To: The Sal Pitera Company Po Box: 453 Tallmadge, OH 44278 JOIN OUR COMMUNITY: 🤍 SUPPORT US ON PATREON: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 * FOR MORE AWESOME VIDEOS, PLEASE SUBSCRIBE #SalPitera #CarnivalCruise #ChooseFun
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2020 has seen record-breaking numbers of cruise ships sent to scrapyards. Almost all major cruise lines have sold at least 1 ship in order to cut costs and as a result, the cruise news has been FULL of ship retirement news. Many ships have new lives with new companies but many also have been scrapped. In this video, we look at the complete list of cruise ships scrapped in 2020 from cruise lines like Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Holland America, Princess, P&O, and more. Book your 2021 or 2022 cruises today: ▶ Free cruise quote: 🤍 Timestamps: 00:22 Royal Caribbean sell Empress and Majesty of The Seas 01:59 Pullmantur scrap Sovereign of The Seas, Monarch of The Seas, and the MV Horizon. 03:00 Carnival Cruise Line Scrap the Carnival Inspiration, Imagination, and Fantasy. 05:26 Costa Cruises sell the Costa Victoria 07:14 Costa Cruises sell the Costa NeoRomantica to Celestyal 07:48 Holland America sell the Massdam, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, and Veendam 08:31 P&O Cruises sell P&O Oceana 10:25 Princess Cruises sell the Sun Princess and Sea Princess 11:47 Marella sell the Marella Celebration 12:28 Marella sell the Marella Dream 14:35 Saga sell the Saga Sapphire 16:39 Fred Olsen sell Black Watch and Boudica 17:40 CMV Sell ALL of Their Ships at Auction 20:06 Jalesh Cruises sell Karnika (Pacific Jewel) 21:14 Bahamas Paradise Line sell the Grand Celebration 23:08 P&O Australia sell the Pacific Dawn and Pacific Aria ▶ SUBSCRIBE or weekly cruise tips, tours and news: 🤍 ▶ FREE TRAINING: Want to learn how to cruise well on a budget? 🤍 ▶ JOIN THIS CHANNEL: 🤍 ▶ BOOKING A CRUISE? Free cruise quote: 🤍 * RECOMMENDATIONS: Never ever ever ever cruise without travel insurance! Compare quotes here: USA: 🤍 UK: 🤍 ▶ Recommended Cruise Lines: 🤍 ▶ Recommended Blog/YouTube Resources: 🤍 LEARN MORE: 🤍 Let’s Connect! 🤍 🤍 emma🤍emmacruises.com 🤍 Facebook Group: 🤍
Video Chapters: 0:00 Intro 0:34 Chapter 1: The impact of the pandemic 1:25 Chapter 2: The demolition 2:03 Chapter 3: Dangerous work 2:48 Chapter 4: Safety Regulations 4:01 Chapter 5: Recycling the materials 4:33 Outro Video Summary: For these $300 million cruise ships this is the end of the line. Because of the pandemic Carnival, Costa and Pullmantur cruise lines have all sent ships to western Turkey for demolition. Here they'll be ripped to shreds deck by deck and sold for parts. But dismantling a ship that holds 2000 passengers well that's one of the most dangerous jobs in the world. Ship breakers saw off massive sections of the hull and move them overhead. There's millions of dollars worth of parts at stake but any misstep could mean injury or hurting the environment and it's only gotten harder with lots of new arrivals. We take you inside the yard turning these floating hotels into this.
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Today we’re going to take a look at ship recycling. It may surprise you to learn that most of history’s passenger ships have ended their days at the hand of the cutters torch – including many of the most famous ships that ever set sail. Ships have ended their days at scrap yards for about as long as ships have been around. Scrapping a ship can be a dangerous activity that requires skill and experience to be carried out successfully. It allows materials such as steel, aluminium, glass and the like, to be extracted, reused and repurposed. This has led to terms like “it’s been turned into razor blades” becoming common slang for the fate of a ship heading to scrap. For the most part, ships are withdrawn from service as newer vessels come online to replace them. This is a gradual process – with some ships being retained longer than others due to high demand, or delays in the construction of their replacements. Most ships that have existed have ended their days in a scrapyard. This includes some of the most famous passenger liners of all time. While scrap is a common fate for most ships, in recent years cruise ships have been kept in service for longer and longer – thanks to the unprecedented global cruising boom experienced over the past few decades. This isn’t to say cruise ships haven’t been broken up during this time, with older vessels such as SS Norway – the former Pacific Princess “Love Boat” and the former P&O Pacific Sky all being scrapped over the last two decades. Costa Victoria, Carnival Fantasy, Carnival Inspiration and Pullmantur’s Sovereign and Monarch have all been sold for scrap in recent months, with the latter four vessels all heading to the same Turkish scrapyard. It might surprise you though that the majority of the things on board the ship, such as dining tables and chairs, beds, lighting and carpets are left aboard and either on-sold or recycled by the scrap yard. While ships like Canberra, Big Red Boat II, Carnival Fantasy, Carnival Inspiration, Sovereign and Monarch sailed to scrap wearing their original name and livery, in some cases ships bound for the scrap yard may be renamed and de-branded before their final voyage. For example, the SS Norway was renamed Blue Lady before she made her final journey to Alang. Norwegian Cruise Line branding was removed from the ship in advance of her final voyage. While the media attention has been grabbed with dramatic footage of cruise ships being driven up onto the beach under their own power – this is not always the case. Norway, for example, was taken under tow owing to her engines being unserviceable after an on board explosion – which was actually the cause of her exit from service. More recently this was seen with the Costa Concordia. Having been partially re-floated, the ship was towed to Genoa in Italy where she was dismantled. Some ships are harder to scrap than others, which can make the process very drawn out, as was the case with the Canberra. Some yards will commence the process with a ceremonial ‘cutting off the bow’, which we’ve seen occur on the Monarch in Turkey. My thanks to: Peter Knego / 🤍 for remarkable video footage used in this video of the ships being scrapped at Alang. Peter has videos including “The Sands of Alang” which you can check out: 🤍 Andrew Sassoi-Walker 🤍 - Andrew is without doubt one of the finest photographer of cruise ships and aircraft! Rob Henderson & Doug Cremer for access to the Henderson & Cremer Collection. J. Frame & Vicki Cross for photographs. Others: Ref 1: Sovereign - Piergiuliano Chesi - CC BY 3.0 🤍 Ref 2: Olympic & Mauretania – Public Domain 🤍 Ref 3: Libertè being Scrapped – Public Domain / Gerhard Mueller-Debus 🤍 Ref 4: Stirling Castle - Phyllis Flannagan - CC BY SA 2.0 🤍 Ref 5: Sovereign - Piergiuliano Chesi - CC BY 3.0 🤍 Ref 6: Carnival Fantasy - Boris Kasimov - CC BY 2.0 🤍 Ref 7: White Swan Hotel - CC BY SA 4.0 🤍 Ref 8: SS Norway - Photography.np - CC BY SA 3.0 🤍 Ref 9: Blue Lady - AKS1189 - CC BY SA 3.0 🤍 Ref 10: Costa Concordia - Soerfm - CC BY SA 3.0 🤍 Ref 11: Costa Concordia - G. Jenewein - CC BY SA 4.0 🤍 Ref 12: Seawise University – GC9580 – CC BY SA 3.0 🤍 Ref 13: Seawise University - Barry Loigman, M.D - CC BY SA 2.5 🤍 Ref 14: SS France Bow - Myrabella - CC BY SA 3.0 🤍 Ref 15: QE2 Original Funnel - Dashers - CC BY SA 3.0 🤍 Ref 16: Queen Mary Hotel - David Jones - CC BY 2.0 🤍 Thumbnail: Recycling Logo: Julieta Felix / CC by Attribution / Adobe Spark. Pic Grab From Peter Knego Video. #cruisenews #cruiseship #shipscrap
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The 6,600 passengers on board the world's largest cruise ship produce a lot of trash. We went inside the secret, crew-only deck of Royal Caribbean's Symphony of the Seas to see how crews process millions of pounds of water, food, and dry waste each year. MORE TRANSPORTATION CONTENT: How The World's Largest Cruise Ship Makes 30,000 Meals Every Day 🤍 Inside Emirates’ Newest And Most Luxurious First-Class Suite 🤍 What It Takes To Be A Cruise Ship Performer 🤍 #Cruise #Waste #BusinessInsider Business Insider tells you all you need to know about business, finance, tech, retail, and more. Visit us at: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 BI on Facebook: 🤍 BI on Instagram: 🤍 BI on Twitter: 🤍 BI on Amazon Prime: 🤍 How Waste Is Dealt With On The World's Largest Cruise Ship
As visually mesmerizing as it is compelling, Shipbreakers takes the viewer into the heart of Alang, India, a vibrant shantytown where 40,000 people live and work in the most primitive conditions. Since the early '80s, the rusting hulks of thousands of the world's largest ships have been driven onto the remote beaches of Alang, off the Arabian Sea, to be dismantled, piece by piece. Sold for scrap, the ship owners rarely bother to abide by the UN Basel Convention, which bans shipments of transboundary waste. One worker a day, on average, dies on the job, some from explosions or falls, but many will contract cancers caused by asbestos, PCBs and other toxic substances. Shipbreakers vividly captures both the haunting beauty of the ships and the deplorable conditions of the workersin an unforgettable portrayal where Third World ingenuity meets 21st century global economics. Directed by Ed Barreveld, Ted Biggs and Michael Kot - 2004 | 73 min Watch more free films on NFB.ca → 🤍 Subscribe to our newsletter → 🤍 Follow us on Facebook → 🤍 Follow us on Instagram → 🤍 Follow us on Twitter → 🤍 Download our free iOS Apps → 🤍 Download our free Android Apps → 🤍
With the sad pictures circulating of my favourite cruise ship now scrapped, I take a look back at whats been happening to ships around the world including two of my earliest ships and the Carnival Fantasy class ships. I break down the beaching videos and discuss what will happen to all the materials that make up a 260m cruise ship. 00:00 Intro 01:30 Background on the Jewel 02:23 Carnival Fantasy beaching 08:40 Carnival Imagination beaching 11:14 What happens to all that metal? 12:26 My ships 12:33 Pacific Pearl 13:50 Pacific Jewel 15:40 I need your help! 16:52 Sunset
So many cruise ships are sold for scrap in 2020! Most modern cruise ships have service lives of 40 years or more. While it is not uncommon to see cruise ships built in the 1970's and 1980's go to the breakers, older vessels are usually transferred first to another, smaller cruise operator a market that is often referred to as "secondhand tonnage." It's more unusual is to see relatively young vessels head to the breakers. Yet that is precisely what is beginning to happen, due to the coronavirus pandemic! Subscribe if you like fun cruise ship videos including cruise ship tours, stateroom cabin tours, reviews, cruise ship food, walking tours on board cruise ship, cruise tips and tricks, cruise ship sailing away,cruises in ports, excursions in ports, cruise ship horn battles, cruise ships during bad weather, cruise ship building, cruise sea trials, cruise ship maiden calls, cruise delivery ceremony, cruise christening, cruise coin ceremony, cruise steel cutting ceremony, first sailing of a new cruise ship, cruise vlogs and live shows. I love to cruise, i bring you along on all of my cruise adventures around the world including the Mediterranean, Caribbean, Europe, USA, Russia and Asia. I love to sail with the best cruise liners in the world including Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Cruise Line, Virgin Voyages, MSC Cruises, Costa Cruises, AIDA, Disney Cruise Line, Celebrity Cruises, Princess Cruises, P&O, Carnival Cruises and river cruising! Im not paid by companies and my videos are all about my personal experience on board, cruise reviews, cruise tours on board in first person! Thank you for visiting my channel! 0:07 Karnica Jalesh cruises 0:20 Carnival Fantasy 0:39 Carnival Imagination 0:54 Carnival Inspiration 1:10 Costa Victoria 1:25 Grand Celebration 1:40 Horizon Pullmantur 1:57 Monarch Pullmantur 2:12 Sovereign Pullmantur 2:28 Marella Dream 2:43 Marella Celebration 3:00 Ocean Dream Peace Boat 3:14 Zenith Peace Boat 3:31 Astor Cruise & Maritime Voyages 3:46 Marco Polo Cruise & Maritime Voyages Collaboration vikaba🤍icloud.com #CruiseShipsForScrap #SoldCruiseShips #Cruises
Mass scrapping of cruise ships: During the boom times, the retirement and scrapping of ships is more of a trickle than a flood. High demand for ocean travel has always led to older ships finding a role in a supplementary capacity. Older cruise ships were retained by cruise lines during the cruise boom of the 1990s and 2000s, even as newer cruise ships were built. Many of the ships that no longer fit their original line were sold to new operators and managed to draw a crowd either through offering cheaper or niche products, and there was plenty of demand to justify keeping the older ships in service for longer. The crash of 1929 and the subsequent impact of the Great Depression led to mass layoffs of passenger ships. Demand for travel decreased dramatically and it stayed that way for years. This left lines with little choice but to retire and scrap their old ships, and a lot of the famous passenger ships of their day were scrapped during this time this included the Mauretania, the Leviathan and even the Olympic sister ship to the Titanic! Fast forward to the late 40s and 50s and this period of time was considered a golden age for travel. Ocean liners were still really the only way to travel, though post-war piston driven airliners were improving, a boost in tourism led to many people taking to the sea for the first time in search of adventure. But in 1958 everything changed when Boeing introduced its revolutionary 707 jet. This isn't the same sort of collapse that we're seeing from the impacts of COVID. While COVID impacted all cruise lines at the same time with the same severity due to the nature of the health-related shutdown, the airlines lured passengers away from ships over time... slowly at first then faster and faster until almost the entire passenger shipping industry - as it was - disappeared. Some of these ships like Queen Mary and France were saved, but many more ended up at scrapyards. People thought the decline of passenger ships would endure but out of the ocean liner extinction a new opportunity arose cruising! Cruising had existed for decades but the ability for jet aircraft to bring travellers to cruise ports coupled with the abundance of laid up passenger ships for sale meant new companies such as Carnival Cruise Line and Norwegian Cruise Line could flourish, and flourish they did. Until today, we are seeing an unusually high number of cruise ships scrapped at this time, and this situation is highly unusual but if we look back at history we can see other times of crisis that passenger ships and shipping lines ultimately overcame. CONNECT WITH ME: ▶ SUBSCRIBE for regular cruise ship updates & maritime history: 🤍 ▶ READ: My Maritime History books: 🤍 ▶ CHECK OUT my Cunard history website: 🤍 Image Credits: ▶ PETER KNEGO: My thanks to maritime historian Peter Knego for his image and video support. Check out his YouTube channel: 🤍 — Images in this video came from Sands of Alang DVD, details of this and his new DVD about RMS. Windsor Castle can be found at: 🤍 (this is not paid promotion). ▶ OLYMPIC / MAURETANIA IMAGE: Public Domain (2) - license can be seen: 🤍 ▶ HENDERSON & CREMER: Thanks to Rob Henderson & Doug Cremer (3). CRUISE SHIPS SCRAPPED OR FLAGGED FOR SCRAP: Monarch, Sovereign, Carnival Fantasy, Carnival Imagination, Carnival Inspiration, Costa Victoria, Marella Celebration, Marella Dream, CMV Astor, Funchal, CMV Magellan, CMV Marco Polo, Horizon, Ocean Dream, Karnika (Pacific Jewel), Satoshi (Pacific Dawn), Grand Celebration, Columbus! Thumbnail: Peter Knego Big Red Boat III. Note: Old Marco Polo thumbnail: Andrew Sassoli-Walker 🤍 — Music: YouTube Audio Read about CMV Columbus' potential scrapping: 🤍 #cruisenews #cruising #cruiseship
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In Bangladesh, men desperate for work perform one of the world's most dangerous jobs. They demolish huge ships in grueling conditions, braving disease, pollution, and the threat of being crushed or stabbed by steel sliced from the hulls. ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 ➡ Access our digital archive by becoming a member of National Geographic: 🤍 #NationalGeographic #Ships #Bangladesh About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Explore the lives of ship-breakers online in National Geographic magazine: 🤍 PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEOGRAPHY: Mike Hettwer EDITOR: Spencer Millsap Where Ships Go to Die, Workers Risk Everything | National Geographic 🤍 National Geographic 🤍
We lost a lot of good ships in 2020… SO MANY cruise ships were scrapped during 2020 – these ships were victims of the lengthy and unprecedented cruise shutdown, caused by the COVID-19 pandemic – a shutdown that continues into 2021! The following cruise ships were sent to the scrapyards or repurposed during the cruise pause: Costa Victoria In Service: July 1996 – June 2020 Fate: Withdrawn June 2020. Enroute to India for Scrapping. Sovereign Former Names: Sovereign of the Seas In Service : January 1988 – July 2020 Fate: Scrapped, Aliağa, Turkey Monarch Former Names: Monarch of the Seas In Service: November 1991 – July 2020 Fate: Beached for Scrapping, Aliağa, Turkey Carnival Fantasy Former Names: Fantasy In Service: March 1990 – July 2020 Fate: Scrapped, Aliağa, Turkey Carnival Inspiration Former Names: Inspiration In Service: March 1996 – July 2020 Fate: Beached for Scrapping, Aliağa, Turkey Black Watch Former Names: Star Odyssey, Westward, Royal Viking Star In Service: June 1972 – August 2020 Fate: Sold to become accommodation ship, Turkey. Boudicca Former Names: SuperStar Capricorn, Golden Princess, Sunward, Royal Viking Sky In Service: May 1972 – August 2020 Fate: Sold to become accommodation ship, Turkey. Carnival Imagination Former Names: Imagination In Service: June 1993 – September 2020 Fate: Beached for Scrapping, Aliağa, Turkey Astor Former Names: Fedor Dostoyevskiy In Service: January 1987 – October 2020 Fate: Scrapping Underway, Aliağa, Turkey Marco Polo Former Names: Aleksandr Pushkin In Service: August 1965 – October 2020 Fate: Arrived at Alang, India for Scrapping Marella Dream Former Names: Thompson Dream, Costa Europa, Westerdam, Homeric In Service: May 1986 – October 2020 Fate: Sold for Scrap, Aliağa, Turkey Karnika Former Names: Pacific Jewel, Ocean Village Two, AIDAblu, A’rosa Blu, Crown Princess In Service: July 1990 - October 2020 Fate: Beached for Scrapping, Alang, India Grand Celebration Former Names: Costa Celebration, Celebration In Service: March 1987 – November 2020 Fate: Awaiting Scrapping, India Satoshi Former Names: Pacific Dawn, Regal Princess In Service: August 1991 – December 2020 Fate: Sold for Scrap, Alang, India Ocean Dream Former Names: Pacific Star, Costa Tropicale, Tropicale In Service: January 1982 – December 2020 Fate: Beached for Scrap, Alang, India ▶ Images: My sincere thanks to Andrew Sassoli-Walker – 🤍 for his wonderful imagery, and Vicki Cross for images of Costa Victoria. Recycle symbol on thumbnail: Vicons Designs / The Noun Project / CC. By Attribution via Adobe Spark. ▶ Sovereign of the Seas - YMVF - CC-BY-2.0 - 🤍 ▶ Sovereign - WikiAlx - CC-BY-SA-3.0 - 🤍 ▶ Sovereign - Piergiuliano Chesi - CC-BY-SA-3.0 - 🤍 ▶ Sovereign Funnel - Piergiuliano Chesi - CC-BY-SA-3.0 - 🤍 ▶ Monarch of the Seas - Sparrowman980 - CC-BY-SA-3.0 - 🤍 ▶ Monarch Funnel - Pjotr Mahhonin - CC-BY-SA-4.0 - 🤍 ▶ Monarch – Pjotr Mahhonin – CC-BY-SA-4.0 - 🤍 ▶ Carnival Fantasy Lido Deck - Arnold Reinhold - CC-BY-2.0 - 🤍 ▶ Carnival Fantasy - Ron Cogswell - CC-BY-2.0 - 🤍 ▶ Carnival Fascination - Jonathan Schilling - CC-BY-SA-3.0 - 🤍 ▶ Westerdam - Marc Piché - CC-BY-SA-3.0 - 🤍 ▶ Grand Celebration - Cezar Suceveanu - CC-BY-SA-4.0 - 🤍 ▶ Celebration - Jon Worth - CC-BY-SA-2.0 - 🤍 ▶ Grand Celebration - Przemyslaw Jahr - Public Domain - 🤍 ▶ Carnival Tropicale - Ocean History - CC-BY-SA-4.0 - 🤍 ▶Ocean Dream Funnel - Pjotr Mahhonin - CC-BY-SA-4.0 - 🤍 Music: Youtube Audio Costa Victoria Articles: 🤍 and 🤍 ▶ SUBSCRIBE for regular cruise ship updates & maritime history: 🤍 ▶ CHECK OUT my Cunard history website: 🤍 ▶ READ: My Maritime History books: 🤍 ▶ CHECK OUT my maritime lectures: 🤍 ▶ FOLLOW ME on Instagram: 🤍 ▶ CONNECT WITH ME on Facebook: 🤍 #cruisenews #history #maritimehistory #cruising #cruiseship
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Subscribe to our YouTube channel for free here: 🤍 The Covid-19 pandemic is proving to be a business opportunity for ship-breaking yards in Turkey which is seeing a rise in the number of cruise liners sailing in on their final journeys. After the coronavirus all but sank the cruise industry, shipyards that had mostly been handling cargo and container vessels are now dismantling luxury liners for their scrap metal and other materials. Support us: 🤍 Follow us on: Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍 #scmp #Coronavirus #Coronaviruspandemic:Allstories
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This Video Is about to Ship Beaching at Shipyard. The last voyage of the ship. When ship is expired their life duration then it should be recycle. Related tags: #shipbeaching #shiprecycling #shipyard #shipgraveyard #shipcutting #shiphorn #shipbreaking #shipsail #salvage #rescue #alang #ship #fastbeaching #compilation #hugeship #passenger #cruise #megaship Thanks to Bensound.com Also watch this Amazing compilation: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Do like , share, subscribe to our channel for more videos. Love You All.
Carnival Imagination in her last trip entering to Aliaga. #carnival #cclmiamiblog #carnivalcruiseline . LIKE US IN Facebook 🤍 FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM 🤍 Video by FULKHINZ 16 VLOGZ and Safety Officer Andreas.
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This is a quick tour down through the funnel casing of a 100 000 ton cruise ship. Going down to the hidden depts in the engine room. Having a quick tour around the four main engines that is producing electricity to the ship. it has 4 × MaK 12V43C diesel generators producing 12,600 kW (16,900 hp) each. Propulsion 2 × 14,000 kW (19,000 hp) ABB Azipod units. Service speed: 18 knots (33 km/h; 21 mph) Maximum: 22.2 knots (41.1 km/h; 25.5 mph)
This feature documentary profiles a bustling Indian shantytown where 40,000 people live and work in the most primitive conditions. Dismantling the rusting hulks of the world’s largest ships, the workers have no protection from injury or death. On average, one worker dies every day, some from explosions or falls, but many from cancers caused by asbestos, PCBs and other toxic substances. This visually stunning film vividly captures the haunting shells of decaying industrial machinery as well as the deplorable conditions of workers in 21st century global economics. I have Titanic, Olympic, Queen Mary, Ocean Liner, and other interesting Historical documentaries. It is a passion of mine to share the amazing Titanic story for the generations to come. Thank you watching my films and please Subscribe, Like, and Comment. Blessings, Mark. Please subscribe to my channel by clicking on the following link: 🤍 #Titanic #SavetheTitanic #TitanicDocumentary
Carnival Fantasy entering in Aliaga to be scrap. Video sent by our friend Hafeez Thaikulathil. LIKE US IN Facebook 🤍 FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM 🤍 PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL. #carnivalfantasy #carnivalcruiseline #cclmiamiblog
This sentenced metal giant has spent its who life transporting oil, coal, metal, containers, or passengers and is speeding up for the last time. This journey will be a short one, the ship will run into the sandy beach at full speed in just a couple minutes. It looks like an unfortunate whale that decided to throw itself ashore. However, even though we still don't understand whales' behavior, what's happening with these ships is perfectly clear. Tiny people climb onto it like ants using gas torches and hammer drills to start digging in. This is the ship's last months of life. It's simultaneously highly profitable and extremely dangerous work, taking the lives of dozens of people. #Pandora US#
What happened to Carnival Ecstasy? We take a look back over the 31 years of service that Carnival Ecstasy spent with Carnival Cruise Line. Carnival Ecstasy Tour: 🤍 [About This Video] Carnival Ecstasy has been sold and will soon become melted-down steel metal. The 1991 launched ship was the second vessel in Carnival Cruise Line's successful Fantasy-class lineup and became a victim of the cruise industry shutdown in 2020 as cruise lines did everything they could to try to stay in business. The final voyage for Carnival Ecstasy was on October 10, 2022, from Mobile, Alabama, to Cozumel and Progresso, Mexico. On October 15, it debarked guests from the lido deck for the last time, and sailed to Miami. It offloaded casino equipment in South Florida before leaving for the scrapyard in Turkey. [Connect] Tip hotline: Tips🤍cruiseradio.net TikTok: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 [Our Mission] Cruise Radio News with Doug Parker delivers daily newscasts, breaking news updates, in-depth analysis, cruise ship news today, engaging stories, video coverage, and original journalism that goes behind the headlines. You'll also find behind the scenes video, cruise ship drone footage, and cruise ship and port tours. Subscriber count: 56,476 #cruise #carnivalecstasy #carnivalcruise
Cruise ship Superstar Aquarius | #alang | #ShipRecycling | #shipbreaking | #shippinginbox Luxurious Cruise Ship Superstar Aquarious arrived at Alang Ship Recycling Yard for Recycling purpose.. Shipping Inbox team have visited on above cruise ship and tried to fetched videos and details. #alang #shippinginbox #superstaraquarius #cruise for business, sponsorship, collab please contact us: shippinginbox2020🤍gmail.com
18 Cruise Ships Scrapped during Covid-19 Pandemic