We had a chance to talk with maritime historian, journalist, and filmmaker Peter Knego.
Peter shared the experience of going to the cruise ship graveyard in Alang, India, where cruise ships are cut up and sold for scrap metal.
We also got details of what it’s like being one of the last people on board the ship before it disappears forever.
Peter also shared details about his collection of relics he’s salvaged from the doomed ocean liners, and gave us his thoughts on modern-day cruising.
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