Contest To Name P&O’s New 5,200-Berth Ship – Other Cruise News: Ventus Australis – Fifty Years Ago: The Stars of 1966

The Cruise Examiner for 31st October 2016

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Fifty Years Ago: The 1966-built Kungsholm was probably the best-looking ocean liner ever built

This week, we have a look at P&O’s new flagship, which is to be introduced four years from now, and their plans to choose a name for her by running a contest. Elswhere, Cruceros Australis have chosen the name Ventus Australis for their own new 210-berth flagship. And we travel fifty years back in time, to 1966, to have a look at the Kungsholm and the Eugenio C, two of the finest ships produced in the era just before the cruise ship boom of the early 1970s.

FOR THIS WEEK’S STORY                                                                                                           (See previous columns)

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