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LOCAL CRUISES

        Current cruise ships in Hong Kong include Star Pisces of Star Cruises, together with several gambling ships such as Macau Success, Starry Metropolis, Metropolis and Jimei. Former ships include various ships of Star Cruises, as well as gambling ships like Asia Star, Omar III, Wasa Queen, Golden Princess, Warlus, Princess Rowena and Jin Hu. Most of the local ships operate cruises to nowhere, which are either one-night cruises or day cruises.


Ship(s) in Operation

 

Ship

Starry Metropolis

Macau Success

Entered Service

1976 December

1974 September

Builder

Wärtsilä Shipyard, Turku (Finland)

Helsingor Vaerft, Helsingor (Denmark)

Registry

Tarawa, Kiribati

Nassau, The Bahamas

Gross Tonnage

15791 tons

9848 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

156.3 x 21.9 x 6.2 (m), 512.7 x 71.9 x 20.3 (ft)

130.2 x 19.2 x 5.9 (m), 427.1 x 63.0 x 19.4 (ft)

Speed

21 knots

21 knots

Number of Cabins

250

230

Passengers

500

460

IMO Number, Call Sign

7359498, T3ZR

7346934, C6II5

Sister Ships

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

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History

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)

1974-1994: Golden Odyssey (Royal Cruise Line)
1994-1995: Astra II (Deutsche Seetouristik)
1995-2000: Astra II (Neckermann Seereisen)
2000-2003: Omar II (Asia Cruises)
2003- : Macau Success (gambling ship)

 

Ship

Metropolis

Ji Mei

Entered Service

1972 April

1966 June

Builder

Kanasashi Heavy Industries, Shimizu (Japan)

Kieler Howaldtswerke A.G., Kiel (Germany)

Registry

Tarawa, Kiribati

Panama City, Panama

Gross Tonnage

17261 tons

9880 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

154.3 x 22.9 x 6.1 (m), 506.1 x 75.1 x 20.0 (ft)

140.5 x 20.0 x 5.9 (m), 460.8 x 65.6 x 19.4 (ft)

Speed

19 knots

21 knots

Number of Cabins

300

200

Passengers

380

400

IMO Number, Call Sign

7215161, T3RT

6604482, H3HL

Sister Ships

Mawaddah (Namma Lines)

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History

1972-1989: Shiretoku Maru (Nippon Enkai Ferry)
1989-2001: N Kazantzakis (Minoan Lines)
2001-2007: Ming Fai Princess (Hainan Pacific Cruises)
2007- : Metropolis (gambling ship)

1966-1980: Prinsesse Ragnhild (Jahre Line)
1980-1981: Jalina (Jahre Line)
1981-1981: Ametista (Ametista Shipping)
1981-1988: Jin Jang (Xiamen Shipping)
1988-1998: Ji Mei (Xiamen Shipping)
1998- : Ji Mei (gambling ship)

 

Former Ship(s)

 

Ship

Asia Star

Omar III

Entered Service

1992 May

1972 November

Builder

Finnyards, Rauma (Finland)

Wärtsilä Shipyard, Helsinki (Finland)

Registry

Nassau, The Bahamas

Panama City, Panama

Gross Tonnage

20295 tons

18559 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

131.2 x 32.0 x 8.2 (m), 430.3 x 105.0 x 26.9 (ft)

171.0 x 24.0 x 6.6 (m), 560.1 x 78.7 x 21.6 (ft)

Speed

14 knots

21 knots

Number of Cabins

177

420

Passengers

354

840

IMO Number, Call Sign

9008407, C6OP6

7125861, 3FDZ8

Sister Ships

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Ocean Star Pacific (Corporacion De Cruceros Nacionales),
Formosa Queen (gambling ship)

History

1992-1994: Radisson Diamond
     (Diamond Cruise Line / Radisson Diamond Cruises)
1994-2005: Radisson Diamond
     (Radisson Seven Seas Cruises)
2005-2005: Omar Star (Asia Cruises)
2005-2009: Asia Star (Asia Cruises)

2009-2010: Asia Star (Ben's Entertainment City)
2010-2011: [laid up]
2011- : China Star (China Cruises)

1972-1998: Sun Viking (Royal Caribbean Cruise Line)
1998-1998: SuperStar Sagittarius (Star Cruises)
1998-2002: Hyundai Pongnae (Hyundai Merchant Marine)
2002-2002: Pongnae (gambling ship)
2002-2003: [laid up]
2003-2005: Omar III (Asia Cruises)
2005-2007: Omar III (gambling ship)
2007-2011: Long Jie (gambling ship)
2011- : Oriental Dragon (gambling ship)

 

Ship

Wasa Queen

Warlus

Entered Service

1975 December

1990 December

Builder

Dubigeon-Normandie S.A., Nantes (France)

Union Naval de Levante, Valencia (Spain)

Registry

Panama City, Panama

Panama City, Panama

Gross Tonnage

16546 tons

15400 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

155.7 x 22.0 x 5.8 (m), 510.7 x 72.2 x 19.0 (ft)

150.7 x 20.6 x 5.7 (m), 494.3 x 67.6 x 18.7 (ft)

Speed

17 knots

18 knots

Number of Cabins

218

250

Passengers

608

500

IMO Number, Call Sign

7360198, H9KU

8709573, 3EGA8

Sister Ships

(two ferries)

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History

1975-1980: Bore Star (Finnlines)
1980-1986: Silja Star (Silja Line)
1986-1986: Orient Express (Sea Containers)
1986-1987: Club Sea (Club Sea)
1987-1989: Orient Express (Sea Containers)
1989-1990: Eurosun (Europe Cruise Line)
1990-1990: Orient Express (Sea Containers)
1990-1991: Eurosun (Europe Cruise Line)
1991-1992: Orient Sun (Orient Line)
1992-1993: Wasa Queen (Wasa Line)
1993-2001: Wasa Queen (Silja Line)
2001-2007: Wasa Queen (Cruise Ferries)
2007-2009: [laid up]
2009-2011: Arberia (Mediterranean ferry)
2011- : Amed Majesty (Amed Cruises)

1990-1993: Crown Monarch (Crown Cruise Line)
1993-1994: Cunard Crown Monarch (Cunard Line)
1994-1996: Nautican (Commodore Cruise Line)
1996-2005: Warlus (gambling ship)
2005-2007: [laid up]
2007-2008: Jules Verne (Terre de Croisières)
2008-2008: Alexander von Humboldt <II> (Phoenix Reisen)
     [originally named Alexander von Humboldt II]
2008-2011: [laid up]
2011-2012: Alexander von Humboldt (Bamtur)
2012- : Voyager (Voyages of Discovery)

 

Ship

Golden Princess

Princess Rowena

Entered Service

1967 May

1979 February

Builder

Wärtsilä Shipyard, Helsinki (Finland)

Union Naval de Levante, Valencia (Spain)

Registry

Nassau, The Bahamas

Panama City, Panama

Gross Tonnage

12456 tons

7419 tons

Length x Beam x Draft

157.7 x 20.0 x 6.0 (m), 517.3 x 65.6 x 19.7 (ft)

128.7 x 20.5 x 5.6 (m), 422.1 x 67.2 x 18.4 (ft)

Speed

20 knots

22 knots

Number of Cabins

250

450

Passengers

500

900

IMO Number, Call Sign

6622458, C6DC

7707231, H8ZA

Sister Ships

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(five ferries)

History

1967-1978: Finlandia (Finland Steamship Company)
1978-1981: Finnstar (Finnlines / Hapag-Lloyd Kreuzfahrten)
1981-1982: Innstar (Finnlines)
1982-1988: Pearl of Scandinavia (Pearl Cruises)
1988-1990: Ocean Pearl (Pearl Cruises)
1990-1994: Ocean Pearl (Croisières Paquet)
1994-1995: Pearl (Croisières Paquet)
1995-1998: Costa Playa (Costa Cruises)
1998-1999: Oriental Pearl (gambling ship)
1999-2000: Joy Wave (Costa Cruises)
2000-2009: Golden Princess (gambling ship)
2009: sold for scrap in China

1979-2004: Ciudad de Badajoz (Transmediterranea)
2004-2008: Princess Rowena (gambling ship)
2008: sold for scrap in Alang, India

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