Ocean Star Pacific

Former names: Pacific Victory, Pacific, Arielle, Aquamarine, Carousel, Nordic Prince

Specifications of Ocean Star Pacific

Year built1971  /  Age: 44
BuilderWartsila Hietalahti shipyard (Helsinki, Finland)
OwnerPV Enterprises International
Speed21 kn / 39 kph / 24 mph
Length (LOA)194 m / 636 ft
Beam (width)24 m / 79 ft
Gross Tonnage23149 gt
Passengers1050 - 1231
Passengers-to-space ratio19
Decks with cabins8
Last Refurbishment2010, Alang-scrapped in 2015
Former namesPacific Victory, Pacific, Arielle, Aquamarine, Carousel, Nordic Prince

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Launched in 1970, Ocean Star Pacific cruise ship was built by Wartsila in Helsinki (Finland) and last owned and operated by Ocean Star Cruises. The vessel was originally built for Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and initially named "Nordic Prince". Before receiving its last name (Ocean Star Pacific), the liner was operated under the names Carousel, Aquamarine, Arielle. The vessel was last refurbished in 2010 and scrapped in 2015.

The ship's identification numbers were 7027411 (IMO) and 356643000 (last MMSI, Panama-flagged).

History - construction and ownership

The 23,149-ton, 1,231-passenger cruise ship Ocean Star Pacific (Nordic Prince) was at that time the first modern purpose-built cruise ship in the fleet of Royal Caribbean. Initially, the vessel was used for sailing in the Caribbean leaving from the port of Miami. A few years later, in 1980, the length of Nordic Prince was increased at Wartsila Helsinki by 26 meters and the ship started offering cruises around the world.

Ocean Star Pacific cruise ship Carousel

After sailing for different companies, in 2010 Louis Cruises decided to sell the Aquamarine liner to the Mexican company Ocean Star Cruises. The new shipowner changed vessel's name to "Ocean Star Pacific".

There were several small incidents in which the cruise ship was involved. After mv Ocean Star Pacific started sailing for Ocean Star Cruises, it was at first moored at Caracas Bay on Curacao for maintenance and a month later was disabled at Huatulco, Mexico, due to a fire in the engine room. The cruise ship was repaired, but a few weeks later new problems emerged, this time in the cooling systems and air conditioning.

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In December 2014, the ship, sailing as Pacific Victory, ran aground in Manila (Sarangani Bay), while en-route to Alang, India for breaking. In February 2015, the Pacific arrived at Alang Shipbreaking Yard for decommissioning.

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