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Old 05-14-2012, 10:38 PM
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This was a shock, the way the auction went it sounded shady to me, and nobody appealed the decision. this ship made the cruise industry. To let her go to a torch and Turkey has no connection to this ship period, why were they allowed to bid on her is beyond acceptance. unless this ship is in really bad shape. but nowhere was it advertised that is was being auctioned off. someone in the usa would have bid on her if we knew that day and time. i hope someone steps up and goes to cemsan and offers them something they cant refuse. restore her and bring her home to the Pacific Coast where she belongs, if they can save the Queen Mary they should save the Pacific...hands down....there is a petition online to save her, only 61 signatures have signed..I wish this site would get everyone to sign they need 10000 signatures thats it....
Such a shame that the original Love Boat is going to be scrapped, just like the SS Norway. And the SS Norway was the first mega cruise ship. I think that we can all agree that if NCL had replaced the ship's steam boilers for diesel engines instead of those upperdecks in 1990, as well as a complete replacement of the ship's plumbing and electrical systems, the SS Norway would still be sailing to this day because the engine disaster would not have happened.
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