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PEACE BOAT

        Peace Boat is a Japan-based international non-governmental and non-profitable organization. Originally founded in 1983 as a result of controversies on Japanese history textbooks, Peace Boat nowadays works to promote peace, human rights, environmental protection, and equal and sustainable development. It also raises awareness of social and political change around the world by global educational programmes and cooperative projects.

        Most of Peace Boat's activities are organized through international voyages on chartered passenger ships. The ships carry students and volunteers under different cultural backgrounds to various countries and cities around the world, especially to those areas experiencing unrest. These peace voyages enable people to engage in cross-border dialogues and cooperation, both at sea and in the ports that the ship visits.


Ship(s) in Operation

 

カウンター

Ship

Ocean Dream

Entered Service

1982 January

Builder

Aalborg Vaerft, Aalborg (Denmark)

Original Cost

US$100 million

Registry

Panama City, Panama

Gross Tonnage

35265 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

204.8 x 26.5 x 7.5 (m), 671.7 x 86.8 x 24.6 (ft)

Speed

19 knots

Passenger Decks

8

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

490 (172, 306, 12)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

980 / 1422

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

35.98 / 24.80

Total Crew

526

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1.86 / 2.70

Navigation Officers

European

IMO Number, Call Sign

7915096, 3EWW6

Sister Ships

/

History

1981-2000: Tropicale (Carnival Cruise Lines)
2000-2005: Costa Tropicale (Costa Cruises)
2005-2008: Pacific Star (P&O Cruises Australia)
2008-2012: Ocean Dream (Pullmantur Cruceros)
2012- : Ocean Dream (Peace Boat)

 

 

Former Ship(s)

 

Ship

The Oceanic

Entered Service

1965 March

Builder

Cantieri Riuniti dell'Adriatico, Monfalcone (Italy)

Original Cost

US$40 million

Registry

Panama City, Panama

Gross Tonnage

38772 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

238.4 x 29.4 x 8.6 (m), 782.0 x 96.6 x 28.2 (ft)

Speed

27 knots

Passenger Decks

8

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

572 (319, 232, 21)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1144 / 1550

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

33.89 / 25.01

Total Crew

500, International

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

2.29 / 3.10

Navigation Officers

International

IMO Number, Call Sign

5260679, 3EUQ5

Sister Ships

/

History

1965-1985: Oceanic (Home Lines)
1985-1985: Royale Oceanic (Premier Cruises)
1985-2000: Star/Ship Oceanic (Premier Cruises)
2000-2000: Big Red Boat I (Premier Cruises)
2000-2009: Oceanic (Pullmantur Cruceros)
2009-2009: Oceanic (Peace Boat)
2009-2012: The Oceanic (Peace Boat)
2012: sold for scrap in Zhoushan, China

 

Ship

Clipper Pacific

Mona Lisa

Entered Service

1970 November

1966 April

Builder

Wärtsilä Shipyard, Helsinki (Finland)

John Brown & Company, Clydebank (Scotland)

Original Cost

US$13.5 million

US$22 million

Registry

Nassau, The Bahamas

Nassau, The Bahamas

Gross Tonnage

22945 tons

28891 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

194.3 x 24.0 x 6.7 (m), 637.3 x 78.7 x 22.0 (ft)

201.2 x 26.6 x 8.6 (m), 660.0 x 87.1 x 28.1 (ft)

Speed

18 knots

20 knots

Passenger Decks

7

8

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

538 (192, 346, 0)

389 (88, 301, 0)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1076 / 1310

778 / 1104

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

21.32 / 17.52

37.13 / 26.17

Total Crew

400, International

350, International

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

2.69 / 3.28

2.22 / 3.15

Navigation Officers

International

European

IMO Number, Call Sign

7005190, C6OR3

6512354, C6RU6

Sister Ships

Oriental Dragon (gambling ship),
Ocean Star Pacific
(Corporacion De Cruceros Nacionales)

/

History

1970-1997: Song of Norway
     (Royal Caribbean Cruise Line)
1997-2004: Sundream (Airtours Sun Cruises)
2004-2004: Dream Princess (Louis Cruise Lines)
     [planned but never operated]
2004-2005: [laid up]
2005-2006: Dream Princess (Caspi Cruises)
2006-2006: Dream (Caspi Cruises)
2006-2007: Dream (Gulf Dream Cruises)
2007-2008: Clipper Pearl (Clipper Group)
2008-2008: Clipper Pacific (Peace Boat)
2008-2009: [laid up]
2009-2009: Festival (Caspi Cruises)
2009-2010: Ocean Pearl (Quail Cruises)
2010-2012: Ocean Pearl (Happy Cruises)
2012-2013: Formosa Queen (gambling ship)
2013: sold for scrap in Guangzhou, China

1966-1975: Kungsholm <IV>
     (Swedish America Line)
1975-1979: Kungsholm (Flagship Cruises)
1979-1986: Sea Princess (P&O Cruises)
1986-1991: Sea Princess <I> (Princess Cruises)
1991-1995: Sea Princess (P&O Cruises)
1995-1999: Victoria (P&O Cruises)
1999-2000: Victoria (Union-Castle Line)
2000-2002: Victoria (P&O Cruises)
2002-2006: Mona Lisa (Holiday Kreuzfahrten)
2006-2007: [laid up]
2007-2007: Oceanic II (Louis Cruise Lines)
2007-2007: Oceanic II (Pullmantur Cruceros)
2007-2008: Oceanic II (The Scholar Ship)
2008-2008: Mona Lisa (Lord Nelson Seereisen)
2008-2009: Mona Lisa (Peace Boat)
2009-2010: Mona Lisa (Lord Nelson Seereisen)
2010-2011: [laid up]
2011: Veronica (floating hotel in Oman)

 

Ship

The Topaz

Olvia

Entered Service

1956 April

1976 December

Builder

Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering,
Glasgow (Scotland)

Wärtsilä Shipyard, Turku (Finland)

Original Cost

UK£7.5 million

US$25 million

Registry

Panama City, Panama

Monrovia, Liberia

Gross Tonnage

31500 tons

15791 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

195.1 x 26.0 x 8.8 (m), 639.9 x 85.1 x 29.0 (ft)

156.3 x 21.9 x 5.9 (m), 512.7 x 71.9 x 19.4 (ft)

Speed

21 knots

21 knots

Passenger Decks

8

8

Number of Cabins (Inside/Oceanview/Balcony)

528 (300, 228, 0)

234 (124, 110, 0)

Passengers
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1056 / 1450

468 / 660

Passenger Space Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

29.83 / 21.72

33.74 / 23.93

Total Crew

550, International

250, International

Crew to Passenger Ratio
(Standard Occupancy / Full Occupancy)

1.92 / 2.64

1.87 / 2.64

Navigation Officers

International

Ukrainian

IMO Number, Call Sign

5103924, 3FCP8

7359498, ?

Sister Ships

(ex-) Apollon (Royal Olympic Cruises)
(ex-) Ocean Monarch (Shaw Savill Line)

Delphin (Passat Kreuzfahrten)
Salamis Filoxenia (Salamis Cruise Lines)
Enchanted Capri (floating hotel for oil rigs)
(ex-) Island Adventure (SeaEscape)

History

1956-1964: Empress of Britain
     (Canadian Pacific Steamships)
1964-1975: Queen Anna Maria (Greek Line)
1975-1993: Carnivale (Carnival Cruise Lines)
1993-1994: FiestaMarina (FiestaMarina Cruises)
1994-1996: Olympic <II> (Epirotiki Lines)
1996-1997: Olympic (Royal Olympic Cruises)
1997-2003: The Topaz (Thomson Cruises)
2003-2008: The Topaz (Peace Boat)
2008: sold for scrap in Alang, India

1976-1982: Kareliya (Black Sea Shipping)
1982-1989: Leonid Brezhnev (Black Sea Shipping)
1989-1996: Kareliya (Black Sea Shipping)
1996-1997: Kareliya (CTC Cruises)
1997-1998: [laid up]
1998-2002: Olvia (K&O Cruises)
2002-2003: Olvia (Peace Boat)
2003-2004: Olvia (K&O Cruises)
2004-2005: CT Neptune (West Line Cruises)
2005-2006: CT Neptune (gambling ship)
2006-2011: Neptune (gambling ship)
2011- : Starry Metropolis (gambling ship)

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