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13 December 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 14:15 GMT+1



November 29, 2019

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British company CMV has bought two cruise ships of the P&O Australia

They will be taken in delivery in 2021

The British company Cruise & Maritime Voyages (CMV) has bought the Pacific Dawn and the Pacific Air, two ships of the P&O Australia of the crocieristico group American Carnival Corporation that will take respective in delivery on 2 March and on 2 May of 2021. The ships will be renamed in the summer of the same year.

The Pacific Dawn, of 70.285 tons of tonnage and constructed in 1991, has an ability to about 1.400 passengers and will be employed in the British market, while the Pacific Air, of the tonnage of 55.819 tons and constructed in 1994, it can accommodate about 1.100 passengers and will be employed in the German market under the brand TransOcean Kreuzfahrten. The Pacific Air will be used in order to replace the Astor ship, of the ability to 580 passengers, that Jules Verne will be renamed and that by May 2021 he will be employed in the French market.



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