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We just acquired a large, framed poster of Song of America, Ship of the Year '85.  Beautiful!  Don't know where we will hang it, but we are ship geeks and had to have it, plus it was for a charity fundraiser.

Any reminiscences of this ship would make it even more enjoyable!

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Beverly Sills, the opera star, was the godmother of the Song of America. It cruised as part of RCCL only until 1999 when it became Sunbird. I believe it is still cruising in Europe as part of Louis Cruises under another name.The Viking Crown lounge, now referred to as sky lounge in many articles, was not removed when it was sold as had been done with its sister ships. The lounge of the SOA was the first one to be completely circular and was higher than in the past. Enjoy!

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