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International Cruises, Classic International Cruises

CLASSIC INTERNATIONAL CRUISES

        Classic International Cruises was founded in the mid-1980s and originally known as Arcalia Shipping. All the vessels in the fleet are already over 40 years of age and were once classic liners or cargo-passenger ships, but their onboard facilities are updated regularly. Extensive refurbishment works were taken place on them within the past ten years. They have beautiful profiles, charming interiors and yacht-like ambiance.

        With over 20 years experience in ship management and cruise operations, Classic International Cruises is associated with a relaxing, friendly and informal style of cruising, and a memorable value-for-money cruising experience. Moreover, the ships are deployed in different markets (including Europe, Australia and Asia) to provide products that are tailor-made for each specific market.

        The company is Portuguese owned and British-Australian operated. The vessels are registered in Madeira and fly the Portuguese flag. The officers and crew employed are predominantly Portuguese, whilst the nationalities of cruise staff and entertainment teams largely depend upon the markets the vessels are serving.
 


Ship(s) in Operation

 

カウンター

Ship

Princess Daphne

Princess Danae

Entered Service

1955 March

1955 July

Builder

Swan Hunter Shipbuilders, Newcastle (England)

Harland and Wolff Heavy Industries,
Belfast (Northern Ireland)

Original Cost

unknown

Registry

Madeira, Portugal

Gross Tonnage

15833 tons

16531 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

162.4 x 21.3 x 7.8 (m), 532.7 x 69.9 x 25.6 (ft)

162.3 x 21.3 x 7.8 (m), 532.3 x 70.0 x 25.5 (ft)

Speed

16 knots

17 knots

Passenger Decks

8

8

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

241 (53, 182, 6)

288 (68, 214, 6)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

479 / 593

568 / 707

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

33.05 / 26.70

29.10 / 23.38

Total Crew

200

240

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

2.40 / 2.97

2.37 / 2.95

Navigation Officers

European

IMO Number, Call Sign

5282627, CQSD

5282483, CQTK

Sister Ships

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History

1955-1972: Port Sydney (Port Line)
1972-1975: Akrotiri Express (J.C. Karras)
1975-1978: Daphne (Delian Cruises)
1978-1979: Daphne (StarLauro Cruises)
1979-1990: Daphne (Costa Cruises)
1990-1996: Daphne (Prestige Cruises)
1996-2001: Switzerland (Leisure Cruises)
2001-2002: [laid up]
2002-2002: Ocean Odyssey
     (Majestic International Cruises)
2002-2004: Ocean Monarch
     (Majestic International Cruises)
2004-2004: Hellenic Aid (hospital ship)
2004-2006: Ocean Monarch
     (Majestic International Cruises)
2006-2007: Ocean Monarch (Golden Sun Cruises)
2007-2008: Ocean Monarch
     (Monarch Classic Cruises)
2008-2008: Ocean Monarch
     (Classic International Cruises)
2008-2012: Princess Daphne
     (Classic International Cruises)
2012- : Princess Daphne (Ambiente Kreuzfahrten)

1955-1972: Port Melbourne (Port Line)
1972-1976: Therisos Express (J.C. Karras)
1976-1979: Danae (Dalian Cruises)
1979-1990: Danae (Costa Cruises)
1990-1992: Danae (Prestige Cruises)
1992-1992: Anar (Harbour Maritime)
1992-1994: Starlight Express (Capricorn Maritime)
1994-1996: Baltica (Baltic Line)
1996-2002: Princess Danae (Arcalia Shipping)
2002- : Princess Danae
     (Classic International Cruises)

 

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Ship

Athena

Entered Service

1948 February

Builder

Götaverken, Gothenburg (Sweden)

Original Cost

(originally built as a cruiseferry)

Registry

Madeira, Portugal

Gross Tonnage

16144 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

160.1 x 21.0 x 7.6 (m), 525.1 x 68.9 x 24.9 (ft)

Speed

17 knots

Passenger Decks

8

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

277 (49, 220, 8)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

552 / 659

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

29.25 / 24.50

Total Crew

250

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

2.21 / 2.56

Navigation Officers

European

IMO Number, Call Sign

5383304, CQRV

Sister Ships

/

History

1948-1960: Stockholm <IV> (Swedish America Line)
1960-1985: Völkerfreundschaft (VEB Deutsche Seereederei / Stena Line)
1985-1986: Volker (Neptunus Rex Enterprises)
1986-1989: Fridtjof Nansen (floating hostel)
1989-1989: Surriento / Positano (StarLauro Cruises) [planned but never operated]
1989-1994: [laid up]
1994-1994: Italia I
1994-1995: Italia Prima (Nina Cia. di Navigazione)
1995-1998: Italia Prima (Neckermann Seereisen)
1998-2001: Valtur Prima (Valtur Tourism)
2001-2002: [laid up]
2002-2004: Caribe (Festival Cruises)
2004-2005: [laid up]
2005-2009: Athena (Classic International Cruises)
2009-2009: Athena (Phoenix Reisen)
2009- : Athena (Classic International Cruises)

 

カウンター

カウンター

Ship

Funchal

Arion

Entered Service

1961 October

1965

Builder

Helsingor Skibsvog, Helsingor (Denmark)

Brodogradiliste Uljanik, Pula (Yugoslavia)

Original Cost

unknown

unknown

Registry

Madeira, Portugal

Madeira, Portugal

Gross Tonnage

9563 tons

5888 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

154.6 x 19.1 x 6.5 (m), 507.1 x 62.5 x 21.3 (ft)

118.0 x 16.5 x 5.3 (m), 387.0 x 54.1 x 17.4 (ft)

Speed

17 knots

17 knots

Passenger Decks

7

6

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

244 (82, 162, 0)

162 (16, 146, 0)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

471 / 602

320 / 376

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

20.30 / 15.89

18.40 / 15.66

Total Crew

155

130

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

3.04 / 3.88

2.46 / 2.89

Navigation Officers

European

European

IMO Number, Call Sign

5124162, CSBM

6419057, CQUU

Sister Ships

/

(ex-) Dalmacjia (Adriatic Cruises)

History

1961-1974: Funchal
     (Empresa Insulana de Navegacao)
1974-1985: Funchal
     (Companhia Portuguesa de
      Transportes Maritimos)
1985-2002: Funchal (Arcalia Shipping)
2002- : Funchal (Classic International Cruises)

1965-1991: Istra (Jadrolinjia)
1991-1997: Astra (Neckermann Seereisen)
1997-1999: Astra I (Neckermann Seereisen)
1999-2002: Arion (Arcalia Shipping)
2002- : Arion (Classic International Cruises)

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