Albatros, Sydney 2007. Originally the Royal Viking Sea of 1973 she was renamed Royal Odyssey, Norwegian Star, Norwegian Star 1, Crown and then Albatros. 21,848 tons.  

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c Columbus, Sydney 2007. Launched in 1996 for Hapag-Lloyd by MTW Schiffswerft Wismar. 15,067 tons. Since renamed Hamburg

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Europa, Sydney 2007. Entered service in 1999 for Hapag-Lloyd, 28,437 tons. 

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Maksim Gorkiy, Sydney 2007. Known for the distinctive funnel, she was launched in 1969 as the Hamburg of German Atlantic Line, then renamed Hanseatic and finally Maxim Gorkiy. Scrapped at Alang in 2009. 

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Nippon Maru, Sydney 2007. Launched in 1990 for Mitsui OSK Lines, Japan. 21,903 tons. Built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd Kobe

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Oriana, Sydney 2007. Entered service in 1995, 69,153 tons

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Pacific Venus, Sydney 2007. Entered service in 1998 for the Japanese Shin Nihonkai. 26,518 tons. 

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Pacific Sun, Sydney 2007. A Swedish built cruise line, originally the Jubilee and since renamed Amber Sun and Henna Launched 1986, 47,262 tons. 

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Saga Rose, Sydney 2007. Once the Norwegian America liner Sagafjord from 1965, 24,002 tons.  Scrapped Jiangyin 2011.

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Saga Ruby, Sydney 2007. Once the Norwegian America liner Vistafjord she was also the Caronia, Saga Ruby and Oasia. Is currently a hotel in Burma

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Sapphire Princess, Sydney 2007. In service in 2004, 115,875 tons,   288m and capacity for 2,670 passengers. 

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Silver Cloud, Sydney 2007. Built by Visentini of Viareggio for Silversea Cruises in 1993, 16,927 tons. 

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Silver Shadow, Sydney 2007. Built in 2000 by Mariotti of Genoa. 28,258 tons.

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Van Gogh, Sydney 2007. Built as the Gruziya for Black Sea Shipping and later renamed Odessa Sky, Mermaid Odessa, Club I, Van Gogh and currently Salamis Filoxenia 

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Queen Mary 2, Sydney 2014. Launched in 2003, 148,528 tons, 345 m long x 33m beam and a speed of 30 knots, 2620 passengers. Built for Cunard by Chantiers de l´Atlantique St Nazaire, France

photo Mike Burke

 

Carnival Spirit, Sydney 2014. Built in 2001 for Carnival Cruise Line, 85,619 tons, 293m long x  34m beam, 22 knots and 2124 passengers. Constructed Kvaerner Masa-Yards Helsinki

photo Mike Burke

 

Queen Victoria, Sydney 2014. In service since 2007, 90,049 tons, 293m long x 32m beam,  23.7 knots, 2,014 passengers. Built for Cunard Line by  Fincantieri, Marghera, Italy

photo Mike Burke

Astor, Sydney 2007. There were two Astors. This one was launched in 1987 and for a time was the Fedor Dostoevshiy. 

20,159 tons 

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Asuka, Sydney 2007. Launched in 1991 for Nippon Yusen Kashia by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd and is currently the Amadea. 28,717 tons 

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Amsterdam, Sydney 2007. Built in 2000, 60,874 tons for Holland-America Line by Fincantieri Marghera

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Aurora, Sydney 2007. Launched in 2000 she is 76,152 tons. 

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