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International Cruises, Orient Lines

ORIENT LINES

        Orient Lines was founded in 1993 with a single ship, Marco Polo. It was famous for its itineraries that include many exotic destinations, as shown in the slogan "the destination cruise specialists". In 1998 it became a brand of Norwegian Cruise Line, and then Star Cruises in 1999. The second ship, Crown Odyssey, joined the fleet in 2000 but returned to Norwegian Cruise Line in 2003. Due to financial difficulties, Orient Lines ceased operation in March 2008.
 


Former Ship(s)

 

Ship

Marco Polo

Crown Odyssey

Entered Service

1965 August

1988 June

Builder

V.E.B. Mathias Thesen Werft, Wismar (Germany)

Meyer Werft, Papenburg (Germany)

Original Cost

unknown

US$178 million

Registry

Nassau, The Bahamas

Nassau, The Bahamas

Gross Tonnage

22080 tons

34242 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

176.5 x 23.6 x 8.2 (m), 578.9 x 77.4 x 26.9 (ft)

187.8 x 28.2 x 7.3 (m), 616.0 x 92.5 x 23.9 (ft)

Speed

19.5 knots

22.5 knots

Passenger Decks

8

10

Number of Cabins
(Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

425 (127, 298, 0)

533 (123, 394, 16)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

826 / 890

1066 / 1466

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

26.73 / 24.81

32.12 / 23.36

Total Crew

350, International

552, International

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

2.36 / 2.54

1.93 / 2.66

Navigation Officers

Scandinavian

Norwegian

IMO Number, Call Sign

6417097, C6JZ7

8506294, C6II4

Sister Ships

(ex-) Ivan Franko (Black Sea Shipping)
(ex-) Taras Shevchenko (Black Sea Shipping)
(ex-) Shota Rustaveli (Black Sea Shipping)
(ex-) Mikhail Lermontov (Baltic Shipping)

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History

1965-1985: Aleksandr Pushkin (Baltic Shipping)
1985-1990: Aleksandr Pushkin (CTC Cruises)
1990-1991: [laid up]
1991-2008: Marco Polo (Orient Lines)
2008-2009: Marco Polo (Transocean Tours)
2009-2010: [laid up]
2010- : Marco Polo (Cruise & Maritime Voyages)

1988-1996: Crown Odyssey (Royal Cruise Line)
1996-2000: Norwegian Crown (Norwegian Cruise Line)
2000-2003: Crown Odyssey (Orient Lines)
2003-2007: Norwegian Crown (Norwegian Cruise Line)
2007- : Balmoral (Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines)

 

 

Ship

Marco Polo II

Ocean Voyager

Entered Service

1969 March

1982 January

Builder

Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft, Hamburg (Germany)

Bremer Vulkan, Bremen (Germany)

Original Cost

UK£5.6 million

US$120 million

Registry

Nassau, The Bahamas

Nassau, The Bahamas

Gross Tonnage

24981 tons

37301 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

194.7 x 26.6 x 8.3 (m), 638.6 x 87.2 x 27.2 (ft)

199.6 x 28.5 x 8.3 (m), 654.7 x 93.5 x 27.2 (ft)

Speed

18 knots

19 knots

Passenger Decks

8

10

Number of Cabins
(Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

325 (116, 209, 0)

339 (52, 281, 6)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

650 / 780

660 / 700

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

38.43 / 31.91

56.52 / 53.29

Total Crew

340, Filipino

350

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1.91 / 2.29

1.89 / 2.00

Navigation Officers

European

Norwegian

IMO Number, Call Sign

6810627, /

7822457, /

Sister Ships

/

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History

1969-1973: Hamburg (Deutsche Atlantik Linie)
1973-1973: Hanseatic <III> (Hanseatic Tours)
1973-1974: [laid up]
1974-1988: Maksim Gorkiy (Black Sea Shipping)
1988-1991: Maksim Gorkiy (Phoenix Reisen)
1991-2009: Maxim Gorkiy (Phoenix Reisen)
2009-2009: Marco Polo II (Orient Lines)
     [planned but never operated]
2009: sold for scrap in Alang, India

1982-1999: Europa <V> (Hapag-Lloyd Kreuzfahrten)
1999-2000: SuperStar Europe (Star Cruises)
2000-2002: SuperStar Aries (Star Cruises)
2002-2002: Ocean Voyager (Orient Lines)
     [planned but never operated]
2002-2004: SuperStar Aries (Star Cruises)
2004-2008: Holiday Dream (Pullmantur Cruceros)
2008-2012: Bleu de France (CDF Croisières de France)
2012- : Saga Sapphire (Saga Cruises)

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