What happened to P and O Oceana?

What happened to P and O Oceana?

P&O Cruises has announced it is selling one of its oldest vessels, Oceana. The Southampton-based company said the ship, which was built 20 years ago, has a buyer and will leave its fleet this month. P&O Cruises has suspended all sailings until mid-October because of the coronavirus restrictions.

How did Viking Sky lose power?

Viking Sky Cruise Ship Engine Failure Caused by Low Oil Pressure, Norwegian Officials Conclude. (2:05 p.m. EDT) — Insufficient oil pressure was the “direct cause” of the engine failure that left Viking Ocean Cruises’ Viking Sky without power on March 23, according to Norwegian Maritime Authority (NMA) officials.

Who owns Le Bougainville?

Groupe Artemis
Specifications of Le Bougainville

Year built 2019 / Age: 3
Building cost USD 150 million (EUR 136 million)
Owner Groupe Artemis (Financiere Pinault)
Operator Compagnie du Ponant Cruises
Speed 15 kn / 28 kph / 17 mph

Who has bought cruise ship Oceana?

Greek ferry operator Seajets has been revealed as the buyer of the 77,499-gt cruiseship Oceana (built 2000), which was sold in early July by Carnival Corp’s P&O Cruises.

Did the Viking cruise ship sink?

Ship makes it to safety The ship, aided by tow vessels, finally limped into the Norwegian port of Molde on Sunday, freeing the remaining 436 passengers and crew of 458.

Did the Viking Sky sink?

MV Viking Sky is a cruise ship that was launched in 2016 and entered service in 2017. She is operated by Viking Ocean Cruises. On 23 March 2019, she suffered an engine failure off the coast of Norway. A partial evacuation by helicopters took place….MV Viking Sky.

Crew 550

How many passengers does Le Bougainville have?

184 passengers
Le Bougainville

Wallis and Futuna
Class and type Ponant Explorers-class cruise ship
Capacity 184 passengers

What makes the Ponant Le Boréal unique?

The first of the Sisterships series, the Le Boréal paved the way for a new generation of cruise ships combining cutting-edge technology, intimate sizing and top-of-the-range services. Le Boréal, like its Sisterships L’Austral, Le Soléal and Le Lyrial, epitomises the unique feel and atmosphere of the ships of the PONANT fleet.

When was the Le Boreal launched?

Launched in 2010, Le Boreal is the 1st in a series of four identical Compagnie du Ponant cruise ships, together with L’Austral , Le Soleal, and Le Lyrial.

Is the Le Boreal back in service?

The remainder of the cruise has been canceled. After the engine room fire in November 2015, Le Boreal was back in service on May 24, 2016. Ponant’s 264-passenger yacht had been undergoing repairs at Fincantieri shipyard in Genoa, following a blaze that broke out while the vessel was sailing off the Falklands.

Why choose Le Boreal yacht?

Le Boreal cruise ship is small enough and provides a truly intimate experience. This special yacht is ideally suited to visit ports of call that bigger ships cannot reach. On board, Le Boreal offers two restaurants – the casual Le Grill and the Gastronomic restaurant (the main dining room serving international and French cuisine).

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