Premature ending for ‘unseaworthy’ Doulos
THE WORLD’S oldest ocean-going passenger ship, Doulos, has been declared unseaworthy and is to be decommissioned.
A routine dry-dock and survey in Singapore identified more than $16m worth of repairs needed to keep the vessel in service.
The 1914-built vessel’s owners, GBA Ships, have been using her as a floating bookstore and aid vessel for the...
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