Celestyal Olympia accidents and incidents
Louis Olympia, Thomson Destiny, MS Sunbird, Song of America
215 m / 705 ft
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- injuries/crimes – 2006
Previously, the vessel was operated by under the names Song of America (1982-1999 by Royal Caribbean), Sunbird (1999-2005 by Sun Cruises), Thomson Destiny (2005-2012 by Thomson Cruises / now Marella Cruises), Louis Olympia (2012-2014 by Louis Cruises / now Celestyal Cruises) and Celestyal Olympia (since 2014 - by Celestyal Cruises).
|23 October 2006||Structural and Technical Issues|
(MS Thomson Destiny) On October 23, 2006, unofficially were reported technical issues with the ship's plumbing and vacuum toilet systems. The onboard WCs were not operational for 3 days, and there was no hot water for 1 day. The problems were caused by plumbing blockages.
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