A number of cruise ships sit laid up awaiting their fate due to the COVID-19 pandemic, whether its a new brand and a return to cruising, or the eventual demolition market.
Year built: 1991
The Satoshi (pictured above) seems to have escaped the breakers after being sold to new owners. Previously Alang-bound, the vessel is now in Europe and may have a new life with a startup cruise line. The ship is the former P&O Australia Pacific Dawn.
Year built: 1961
Auctioned earlier this year, the Funchal remains languishing in Lisbon, Portugal. Built in the 1960s, the vessel was last owned by Standard Living, who planned to transform it into a ravers party boat.
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