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Sky Princess 

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Courtesy of David Quixley

David took this great shot of the Sky Princess from the lighthouse in Gatun Locks in Oct/Nov '93.

 

The Sky Wonder was built in 1984 by Chantiers de Nord et de la Mediterranee of La Seyne-Sur Mer in France for the Italian Cruise Company, Sitmar. In keeping with the rest of the Sitmar fleet she was originally named Fairsky and was registered in Liberia. In September of 1988, when Sitmar was purchased by Princess Cruises, she was renamed the Sky Princess and re-registered in London, England.


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Courtesy of Scott Becker


In October 2000 she was transferred to P&O Cruises Australia under the name Pacific Sky. Replacing the 1957-built Fair Princess, Pacific Sky's modernised facilities made her popular with Australian cruise passengers. Between 2000 and 2006, Pacific Sky carried 275,000 passengers on 200 cruises. Her popularity prompted the expansion of the P&O Australia fleet to include Pacific Sun (2004), Pacific Star (2005) and Pacific Dawn (Nov 2007).

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Courtesy of Scott Becker

    

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Courtesy of Harbo

This is a postcard Harbo bought about 10 years ago he thinks.

 

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