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Tourists on a luxury cruise were suddenly subject to a dusk-till-dawn blackout by the captain and ordered to go without the standard entertainment and trappings for ten days because of a "pirate threat". The 1,900 passengers aboard the Sea Princess, who had paid more than £30,000 for a 104-day world cruise departing from Sydney, were apparently stunned to learn that all curtains must be drawn and shutters closed as the vessel was turned into a "ghost ship".
Friday, Aug 11th 2017 (12:00am)
Built in Belfast, the Duke of Lancaster operated as a passenger ferry and cruise liner between 1956 and 1979, winding its way across the seas from Ireland, Scotland and throughout Europe. Indeed she was one of the last passenger "steamers" built to operate for British Rail's shipping interests. Silver service was the norm and The Duke was fitted out in relative luxury for its time.
After a brief stint as a car ferry, the Duke was docked and converted to a short-lived family entertainment center called the Fun Boat, which featured an arcade thoroughly stocked with early- and pre-80's videogame gold. Shortly thereafter, it was shuttered for a number of reasons and forgotten.
This is the story of that boat, and the reclamation of the treasures within.
Thursday, Jun 2nd 2016 (12:01am) | Thanks: sasquatch
Typically when a woman reports finding a device in a bathroom that has batteries and wires - well, I'm thinking vibrator. But apparently you can get into a lot of trouble being a pervert on a cruiseship nowadays.
Friday, May 23rd 2003 (6:38am)
Ya remember that scene in Titanic, when the ship was all upended in the water, and all those people were screaming and sliding down the deck to their certain deaths? Ya remember that? That was awesome.
Wednesday, Sep 4th 2002 (12:11am)
It's summer! What's your favorite produce?
Nothing! Player's off!
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