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Salamis Glory

Salamis Glory was originally built in 1962 as Anna Nery at Uljanik and intended to operate along the Brazilian coast.
During her long career she changed owner several times and has been operated under various different names : Danos ('K' Lines - Hellenic Cruises), Constellation ('K' Lines - Hellenic Cruises), Morning Star (Lelakis) and Regency Spirit (Regency Cruises). In 1996 she joined Salamis Cruise Lines and became Salamis Glory. Her final cruise for Salamis Cruise Lines ended on November 8 2009.


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Salamis Glory
@ Limassol

During her long career Salamis Glory encountered two major collisions. As Anna Nery she collided with the tanker Presidente Deodoro in 1963 and 44 years later (2007) Salamis Glory collided with the cargo ship Shelly which subsequently sank.
More details about her history, postcards and photos are found at wikipedia, Simplon Postcards and Fakta om Fartyg.
A short video clip at YouTube gives an impression of her open deck areas.

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