Over a dozen cruise ships have been sold off throughout the cruise industry shutdown, with more likely to come. But what happens to cruise ships once they are sold? What do they do with the equipment? How long does the deconstruction process take? Maritime historian and journalist Peter Knego drops in to answer our questions.
Peter also shares details about his collection of relics he’s salvaged from the doomed ocean liners and some of his thoughts on modern-day cruising.
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