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Oceanic

Oceanic was built at Monfalcone for the now defunct Home Lines. In 1985 she was sold to Premier Cruises and named StarShip Oceanic. In 2000 she was sold to the Spanish operator Pullmantur, from March 2009 Oceanic has been chartered by Peace Boat.
Oceanic was scrapped in 2012 at Zhoushan, China. An aerial view of her dismantling is available at Google Maps.
A more detailed history of Oceanic is found at wikipedia, postcards and photos are found at Simplon Postcards or at Pam Massey's webpage. Plans of Oceanic can be purchased at Associazione Navimodellisti Bolognesi.
The material for the video clips presented on this page was recorded in June 2009 during Oceanic's last visit to New York after an absence of twenty-four years.

Special thanks go to the Peace Boat Organization for granting permission to film aboard during a visit organized for members of the World Ship Society, the port agent of Oceanic and to Yacht-Smart for being very cooperative when the departure of Oceanic from her berth at Manhattan was delayed for a whole day. Photos of Oceanic at New York are found at the webpage of the Port of New York Branch of the World Ship Society and at www.cruisepage.com, a video of Oceanic in 1966 is found at YouTube.

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Oceanic
leaves Manhattan


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Navigational Bridge
of Oceanic


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Promenade deck
of Oceanic


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On deck
aboard Oceanic


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'Sunrise Terrace'
aboard Oceanic


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Magrodome pool
aboard Oceanic

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