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 Sept 2020 Sold to undisclosed buyer probably Japan Grace, which operates the Peace Boat cruise operation, announced it has chartered a new, modern cruise ship that will replace the OCEAN DREAM and ZENITH pairing.Starting in 2021 new name: PACIFIC WORLD will replace both the OCEAN DREAM and ZENITH as Peace Boat's sole vessel.

Registered owner: Corot Shipping Corp. - USA -Beneficial owner: Carnival Corp. - USA - Operator: Princess Cruises USA

Entered service: 1995 - Refit: 2013/2018 - Gross tonnage: 77.441 - Pass. cap. lower beds: 2022 - All berths: 2342 - Passenger decks: 10 - Length: 261,31 m.-  Beam: 32,25 m. - Propulsion diesel/electric: 4 diesel engines make Sulzer 16ZA40S output 11.520 kW. each - 2 fixed propellers.- Service speed: 21 knots - Built: Fincantieri - Italy - Yard no:5909 - Classification: Lloyds Register - Flag: Bermuda

Former Names: Sun Princess (Pacific World until present)

Sister Ships: Dawn Princess(now Pacic Explorer) -Oceana(now Queen of the Oceans)-Sea Princess (now Charming).

Passenger space ratio all berths: 33.06
Passenger space ratio lower beds: 38.30

Ship is from a serie of 4 identical ships.
Original names by delivery:
Sun Princess - 1995 - 2020 Pacific World
Dawn Princess - 1997 - hand over to P&O - Australia in 2017 New name "PACIFIC EXPLORER"
Sea Princess - 1998 -hand over to P&O -UK in 2003 New name "ADONIA" In may 2005 return sailing for Princess under the original name: SEA PRINCESS-(2020 sold new name Charming
Ocean Princess - 2000 - hand over to P&O -UK in 2002. New Name "OCEANA".Sold 2020 to Seajets - Greece new name:Queen of the Oceans

August 9 - 2013 Sun Princess has begun what Princess Cruises calls a $30 million transformation at Sembawang shipyard in Singapore  that will refurbish and enhance the ship. During the two-week makeover, the vessel will receive a new atrium with Princess’ signature International Café, a new sushi and seafood venue, an updated Horizon Court buffet, and a refreshed Lotus Spa.Once out of drydock, Sun Princess will set sail on a season of Asia and Australia cruises, before beginning a second season of Japan-based cruising in April 2014

August 20-2013 Princess Cruises has canceled the sailing of the 1,950-passenger SUN PRINCESS earlier this week , citing a power problem.
The 18-year-old vessel had just emerged from a $30 million overhaul in a Singapore Sembawang dry dock and had been scheduled to sail a 14-night voyage from the city to Freemantle, Australia.
 A malfunction occurred in the ship's switchboard resulting in "limited onboard power hindering (the ship's) ability to run all hotel operations."

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