GetTraveling.com

 Coastal Liners   Port of Miami   Port Everglades   P&O-Orient Lines   Compare Cruise Ships   Bookstore 


Ocean Liners & Cruise Ships of Port Everglades

Ships & Sailing Schedules: September 1963 to August 1964

 Port Everglades History

        Select By Ship:   or Select by Month:  
 
     Definitions

Argentina Moore-McCormack Lines
Built: 1958 Gross tons: 23395 Length: 617ft (188m) Beam: 86ft (26m) Draft: 27ft (8m) Speed: 21kn Registry: USA Passengers: 553 First Class

Argentina of Moore-McCormack Lines built 1958

Completed as one of the most luxurious liners in American flag service, featuring all outside cabins with private facilities, complete air-conditioning and professional entertainment and promising "unhurried leisure at its very best". Operating line voyages from New York to Brazil, Uruguay & Argentina, there were also frequent cruises in winter with some sailings from Port Everglades each year. With sister ship Brasil, she was aimed at the upper-end of the cruise trade, but alas they were money-losers. Laid up in 1969, sold to Holland America Line as Veendam, later Monarch Star, Bermuda Star and Enchanted Isle.

SAILING SCHEDULE of Argentina - all sailingsArriveDepart
Argentina arrives from New York; departs on 13-day Caribbean cruise to Cristobal, Barbados, Martinique, St. Thomas, San Juan and Port Everglades. Dec 20Dec 20
Argentina arrives from cruise; departs on 10-day Caribbean cruise to Trinidad, Barbados, Martinique, St. Thomas, San Juan and Port Everglades. Jan 02Jan 03
Argentina arrives from cruise; departs to New York. Jan 13Jan 13
Argentina arrives from New York; departs on 35-day Carnaval in Rio cruise to Nassau, San Juan, Barbados, Rio de Janeiro, Santos, Montevideo, Buenos Aires, Santos, Rio de Janeiro, Bahia, Trinidad, Martinique, St. Thomas and Port Everglades. Jan 19Jan 19
Argentina arrives from cruise; departs to New York. Feb 23Feb 23