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Category:IMO 6512354


  • Type: Passenger ship
  • Built by John Brown, Clydebank, United Kingdom
  • Yard No: 728
  • Keel: 02.01.1964
  • Launch Date: 14.4.1965
  • Date of completion: 17.3.1966
  • Length overall: 201.23 m
  • LPP: 173.7 m
  • Beam: 26.57 m
  • Draught 8.56 m
  • Tons: 26678
  • DWT: 5100
  • Main engine: two 9-cyl. S.C. SA oil engines, by A/B Götaverken, Göteborg, 25.200bhp
  • Speed: 19,5 kn
  • Passengers: 670


  • 1966 Named: Kungsholm for the A/B Svenska Amerika Linien, Gothenburg Flag: Sweden
  • 08.1975 Sold to Flagship Cruises Ltd., Liberia Flag: Liberia
  • 14.01.1978 grounded at Port France, Martinique, refloated 19.01.1978
  • 05.09.1978 Sold to Finance for Shipping Ltd., London Leased to P&O Cruises Ltd.
  • 15.01.1979 Renamed: Sea Princess
  • 26.01.1979 taken over by P&O Flag: United Kingdom
  • 1979 Refit at Bremer Vulkan Schiffbau und Maschinenfabrik, Vegesack, West Germany, passenger accommodation increased with 80 cabins to 750 passengers. Forward funnel removed, aft funnel enlarged
  • 1982 Refit at Vosper Ltd. Southampton Passenger accommodation increased to 840 passengers
  • 1984 Registered under Investors in Industry Plc.
  • 1995 Renamed: Victoria Flag: Germany
  • 1999 Chartered by Union Castle Line. Funnel painted in the old Union Castle colours. Made a Millennium round Africa voyage with calls at many of the old Union Castle ports. After return in 2000 again painted in the P&O colours.
  • 2001 Sold to Captain Paris Katsoufis, Miamy based Kyma Ship Management Inc. with a charter back to the P&O.
  • 11.2002 Chartered by the German tour operator Holiday Kreuzfahrten for five years.
  • 2002 Sold to Leonardo Shipping at Miami Fl. Renamed: Mona Lisa Rebuilding in Genoa, Italy, funnel mural depicting the Mona Lisa Passengers 782 Crew 436
  • 25.07.2003 Damaged hull and propellers in the Magdalen Fjord, Spitsbergen.
  • 12.05.2004 Grounded by entering the port of Venice, refloated the same day. No damage or injures reported
  • 10.2006 Laid up at Piraeus, Greece.
  • 01.11.2006 Chartered as floating hotel ship for the Asian Games at Qatar
  • 2007 Chartered by Pullmantur Cruises, Spain for cruises in the Mediterranean
  • 04.2007 Chartered by Louis Cruise Lines Renamed: Oceanic II Flag: Bahamas
  • 09.2007 Chartered by “The Scholar Ship” (Royal Caribbean International) as a floating university vessel.
  • 23.04.2008 Renamed: Mona Lisa Flag: Bahamas
    • Callsign: C6RU6
  • 04.05.2008 Grounded on a sandbank on a voyage to Riga and Tallinn, 3 days later refloated. No damage found at a shipyard in Ventspils.
  • 02.2012 Renamed: Veronica


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