R.M.S. Sylvania (1957) - W.I.P.

R.M.S. Sylvania (1957) - W.I.P.

Leonardo R.
Description
The R.M.S. Sylvania was built in 1957 by John Brown & Co (Clydebank), Glasgow, Scotlanda, as the last of a quartet of ocean liners for Cunard Line's canadian service (the other four are the Saxonia, Ivernia and Carinthia). The liner has 21,989-tons, is 608 ft (185.40 m) long and had a speed of 21 knots. The ship was later heavily rebuilt as a cruise ship, and sailed under the names SS Fairwind, SS Sitmar Fairwind, SS Dawn Princess and SS Albatros before being scrapped in 2004. She was renamed SS Genoa for her last voyage.
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