Royal Caribbean is the second largest cruise line in the world with 25 cruise ships in service. Royal Caribbean has another five cruise ships either under construction or on order. A total of 34 different ships have sailed under the Royal Caribbean brand since the company was founded in 1968.
Here are nine former Royal Caribbean cruise ships and where they are now.
Song of Norway (1970-1997)
Royal Caribbean’s very first cruise ship, Song of Norway went into service in 1970. After spending 27 years in Royal Caribbean’s fleet, the ship later sailed under the names Sundream, Dream Princess, Dream, Clipper Pearl, Clipper Pacific, Festival, Ocean Pearl, and Formosa Queen. The ship was scrapped in 2014 after serving several years as a gambling ship.
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