nickympeterson
Contributor Level: Third Mate

What happens to retired cruise ships

Anyone know?

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Kinch
Contributor Level: Third Mate
I've wondered that myself. My understanding is that they are repeatedly sold down the cruise line hierarchy to smaller and smaller lines. After about 30-40 years of service, they are eventually they are broken down for parts, which I've heard happens in India. I could be completely wrong, of course.
GTVCRUISER
Contributor Level: Captain
Old cruise ships are scrapped in 3 places , Gadani in Pakistan , Alang in India and Chittagong in Bangladesh
BAK1061
Contributor Level: Captain
That's funny,
Gadani, Alang, and Chittagong, were bartenders on our last cruise.
BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!
BAK1061
Contributor Level: Captain
Oops, my bad.
Chittagong was our cabin steward.
BAK1061
Contributor Level: Captain
Sadly, the NORWAY is a rusting hulk somewhere

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