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Cruises 2003
Statistics 2003
Calls:
12
Berth days:
20
Passengers:
10 327
Maiden Calls:
5
Average length:
168m
Different ships:
11
©Filip Wouters DATE M* SHIP CRUISE LINE LENGTH ORIGIN ETA ETD 08>09/05/2003 Braemar Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines 163m UK 18.00 18.00 X 09/05/2003 Delphin M.T.C. 156m Germany 08.00 18.00 17/05/2003 Regal Princess Princess Cruises 245m USA 07.00 18.00 X 24>25/05/2003 Caronia Cunard 191m UK 13.00 07.00 23>24/05/2003 Gann Skoleskipet Gann 81m Norway / / X 26/07/2003 Black Watch Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines 205m UK 12.00 20.00 11/08/2003 Assedo Kaalbye Shipping 176m Russia 08.00 20.00 02/09/2003 Minerva II Swan Hellenic 181m UK 08.00 16.00 X 12/09/2003 Noordam Holland America Line 215m USA 08.00 19.00 08/10/2003 Braemar Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines 163m UK 08.00 17.00 25>26/10/2003 Black Prince Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines 143m UK 14.00 14.00 28>30/10/2003 Sundream Airtours Sun Cruises 195m UK 22.00 17.00 X 06>07/11/2003 Sundream Airtours Sun Cruises 195m UK 08.00 17.00 23>24/11/2003° Black Watch Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines 205m UK 14.00 12.00 29>30/11/2003° Caronia Cunard 191m UK 13.00 11.00 08/12/2003° Caronia Cunard 191m UK 08.00 17.00 13>14/12/2003° Caronia Cunard 191m UK 13.00 08.00 °Cancelled *Maiden Call
Regal Princess
Princess Cruises
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The Regal Princess is an old ship of Princess Cruises. It was built at the Fincantieri-shipyard in Italy.In 1991 the  ship was christened and it sailed for Princess Cruises until 2007. At the moment (2015) it sails under the name  'Pacific Dawn' for P&O Cruises Australia. The ship has a length of 245 metres and can accommodate 2052  passengers.   This ship berthed in Antwerp on the 17th of May 2003.  
Regal Princess in Antwerpen - ©Fabienne Schmit
Caronia
Cunard
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This ship has a length of 191 metres and was part of the legendary cruise line 'Cunard Line'. Cunard Line was  founded in 1838 by Samuel Cunard. He was one of the first who wanted to create a regular trans-atlantic  connection between England and America (the New World). Cunard was sponsered by the English  gouvernement because he had signed a postcontract. Therefore all his ships became RMS-ships (Royal Mail  Ship). Today Cunard still does some trans-Atlantic voyages but not on a regular base anymore. The cruise line is  known for its biggest oceanliner in the world: the 'RMS Queen Mary 2'.   This ship was berthed in Antwerp on the 24th and 25th of May 2003.  
Caronia in Antwerpen - ©Filip Wouters
Gann
Skoleskipet Gann
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In 2003 the Norwegian school ship Gann was docked in Antwerp together with the Caronia of Cunard. The ship was built as MS Ragnvald Jarl in 1956 for the Norwegian postal route (later Hurtigruten). Currently (2015) the ship is sailing as a school ship under the name Sjøkurs. This ship was berthed in Antwerp on 24 May 2003.
Gann in Antwerpen - ©John Moussiaux
Black Watch
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines
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In 2003 the Black Watch from the English Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines was once again docked in Antwerp. The ship  has a length of 205 metres and can accommodate 821 passengers. In 1972 the ship was built as Royal Viking  Star for Royal Viking Line.   This ship was berthed in Antwerp on 26 July 2003.  
Black Watch in Antwerpen - ©John Moussiaux
Assedo
Kaalbye Shipping
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Black Watch of the British company Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines was once again docked in Antwerp in 2003. The  ship has a length of 205 metres and can accommodate 821 passengers. It was built in 1972 as Royal Viking Star  for Royal Viking Line.   This ship was berthed in Antwerp on 26 July 2003.  
Assedo in Antwerpen - ©John Moussiaux
Minerva II
Swan Hellenic
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This ship was built in 2001 as R eight for Renaissance Cruises. In 2003 it was bought by Swan Hellenic and  rechristened Minerva II. In 2007 the ship was sold to Princess Cruises as Royal Princess. Currently (2018) the  ship is sailing as Adonia for P&O Cruises, but it will soon transfer to Azamara Club Cruises as Azamara Pursuit.  The ship has a length of 181 metres and can accommodate 694 passengers.   This ship was berthed in Antwerp on 2 September 2003.  
Minerva II in Antwerpen - ©Filip Wouters
Braemar
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines
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This ship with a length of 195 metres is part of the Fred Olsen Cruise Lines-fleet. The Braemar was build in  1993 and has until now sailed for 6 different cruise lines. Some examples: Cunard, Majesty Cruise Line,  Norwegian Cruise Line, ... The ship can accommodate 929 passengers and has 371 crewmembers.   This ship was berthed in Antwerp on 8 October 2003.  
Braemar in Antwerpen - ©Filip Wouters
Sundream
Airtours Sun Cruises
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The 194 metres long ship can accommodate 1257 passengers. In 1970 the ship was built for Royal Caribbean  International as Song of Norway. In 1997 the ship was sold to Airtours Sun Cruises. It was one of the first  modern cruise ships. In 2014 the ship was scrapped in China.   This ship was berthed in Antwerp from 28 until 30 October 2003.  
Sundream in Antwerpen - ©Filip Wouters
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