OCEAN  DREAM

imo 7915096

Registered Owner: Maritime Holdings Group Inc.  -  USA  since april 1 - 2012 - subcharter to Japan Grace Cruise Comp.

Jan. 2012 -The Ocean Dream may be leaving Pullmantur's fleet as soon as this spring. The Spanish market is struggling amid euro-zone problems and the 1981-built, 1,422-passenger Ocean Dream has reportedly been chartered to Peace Boat. In 2012 for a period of 6 years with an option for an other 4. Crew is not the Japanese have been employed by SEAHAWK.
                                        

Tropicale was Carnival first new building. Transfer to daughter Costa. After an extensive conversion at Marriotti Shipyard renamed as: Costa Tropicale.Transfer to P&O -Australia after a refit start operations as Pacific Star in jan. 2006.

Entered service: 1981 Refits: 2001/2006/2008  - Gross tonnage: 35.265 - Pass. lower beds: 1022 - All berths: 1422 - Passenger decks: 8 - Length: 204,76 m. - Beam: 26,45 m. - Drive: diesel: 2 diesel engines make Sulzer type 7 RND68M - Total installed power: 19.560 kW. - Propulsion: 2 Controllable pitch propellers - Max. speed 21 knots - Service speed 18,5 knots - Built: Aalborg Shipyard-Denmark - Yard no. 234 - Flag: Panama (since april 2012)- Classification: GL.

Former Names: Tropicale (1981-2000)-Costa Tropicale(2000-2005)-Pacific Star(2005-2008)-Ocean Dream Pullmantur(2008-2012) - Ocean Dream Maritime Holding -Peace Boat(2012 - until present

                Passenger space ratio all berths: 25.50


Carnival "TROPICALE" with typical Carnival funnel


Costa Tropicale After conversion with typical Costa funnel


PACIFIC STAR

July 10-2007 Hundreds of New Zealanders on a "holiday from hell" have been forced to wait for flights out of Vanuatu because their storm-damaged cruise ship will not return to Auckland.
The 1200 passengers on P&O's Pacific Star are still in Vila, after the liner sailed through gale-force winds and swells of up to 10m shortly after leaving Auckland on Tuesday.
During the storm 50-knot winds, with gusts up to 70 knots, damaged the ship's bow and some of its windows and external doors, as well as satellite equipment.


The Pacific Star's bow was damaged
by the 10m waves. Photo / Andrew Read

     


OCEAN DREAM

Aquired by Pullmantur in may 2007. Enter service for Pullmantur march 2008 New name Ocean Dream.  Jan. 2012 -The Ocean Dream may be leaving Pullmantur's fleet as soon as this spring. The Spanish market is struggling amid euro-zone problems and the 1981-built, 1,422-passenger Ocean Dream has reportedly been chartered to Peace Boat.

    

      

        

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