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1963/64 Ships & Sailing Schedules

Ocean Liners & Cruise Ships of Port Everglades

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Caronia 1948 Caronia Cunard Steamship Co. Ltd.
Built: 1948 Gross tons: 34172 Length: 715ft (218m) Beam: 91ft (28m) Draft: 31ft (9m) Speed: 22kn Registry: British Passengers: 581 First Class, 351 Cabin class

This most legendary luxury liner was one of the first built mainly for cruises, with Transatlantic crossings only a minor role. Caronia was the first Cunard liner painted shades of green and thereby nicknamed the "Green Goddess". She followed a familiar pattern of annual cruises worldwide from 1949 until sold from the Cunard fleet in 1968; in the 1960s this included an annual call at Port Everglades. Remained in service until 1974.

SAILING SCHEDULE of Caronia - all sailingsArriveDepart
Caronia arrives on transatlantic voyage westbound from Southampton, Le Havre, Barbados, Kingston and Nassau; departs to New York. Jan 21Jan 21
Caronia arrives from New York; departs on 93-day around-the-world cruise to Trinidad, Rio de Janeiro, Cape Town, Durban, Tamatave, Mauritius, Seychelles, Bombay, Colombo, Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Kobe, Yokohama, Honolulu, Long Beach, Acapulco, Balboa, Cristobal and New York. Jan 30Jan 31