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Wednesday 25 May 2022

Fancy owning a cruise ship?

Ever fancied owning and operating your own cruise ship?

Two cruise ships from the failed Crystal Cruises fleet are heading for sale by auction.

Crystal Serenity and Crystal Symphony (above) are to be offered for sale in a sealed tender process in the Bahamas.

Bidders are required to post a 10% deposit with their bid by June 7, Travel Mole reports.

The Supreme Court Commercial Division in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas published the official notice of sale.

The ships have been impounded in Freeport since February 5, due to the collapse of parent company Genting Hong Kong.

Winning bidders will be informed by June 14 and have seven days to complete the transaction.

Several bidders have reportedly shown interest in the ships, along with Crystal’s polar and river vessels.

Genting recently sold three cruise ships for scrap that were part of its Asia-based Star Cruises brand.

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