Marco Polo travel42 Professional Ship Review
Previously operated by Transocean, a German company dating from 1954 that charters ships mainly for the German- and English-speaking markets, Marco Polo now belongs to Cruise & Maritime Voyages.
Originally built in 1965 as Aleksandr Pushkin, this 22,080-ton solidly built former Soviet trans-Atlantic liner was, in 1993, completely redone within the existing superstructure to become Marco Polo, a full-time cruise ship for Orient Lines taking 850 passengers at 16.5 knots. Then in 2008, the line ...
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