News About The Rotterdam (Rottedam V, that is)

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#1
Tarzana (San Fernando Valley), CA
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Joined May 2000
Many of us have had a strong interest in the fate of the previous Rotterdam (Rotterdam V) that was retired by HAL as a result of the SOLAS regulations.

There's an interesting thread in our "Whatever Happened To...?" Message Board that discusses this grand old ship...Rotterdam V

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#2
Northern California
7,062 Posts
Joined Jun 2003
Thanks for the info Walt!!
The older ships are generally such splendid vessels, not looking like some of the cruising apartment buildings of today!!! Don't get me wrong , I love most of the newer amenities, just think that some of the maritime magic went the way of the Rotterdam V and those like her!

Happy Cruising!

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#3
NJ USA
5,311 Posts
Joined Nov 2000
Walt

That is VERY GOOD NEWS!


IF everything goes as planned, I might be in
Gibraltar later this year. I'll try sneaking a little closer to that yard to get a few shots.




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