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For other ships named "Oslofjord", see Oslofjord (disambiguation).
SS Oslofjord 1959.jpg
Career
Name: 1949-1969: Oslofjord
1969 onwards: Fulvia
Operator: 1949-1967: Norwegian America Line
1967-1968: Greek Line
1968-1970: Costa Crociere
Port of registry: 1949-1970: Oslo. Norway
Builder: Netherlands Shipbuilding Company
Launched: 1949
Identification: IMO 5266221
Fate: Sunk 1970
General characteristics
Tonnage: 16,844 GRT
Length: 166.23 m (545 ft 4 in)
Beam: 22.03 m (72 ft 3 in)
Draught: 7.65 m (25 ft 1 in)
Installed power: 2 x Gebr. Stork & Co. diesel engines
Capacity: 625 passengers

MS Oslofjord was a combined ocean liner/cruise ship built in 1949 by Netherlands Shipbuilding Company in Amsterdam, Netherlands for Norwegian America Line. As built she was 16,844 gross register tons, and could carry 620 passengers. In 1967—1968 she was charered to Greek Line and from 1968 onwards to Costa Crociere, who renamed her MS Fulvia in 1969.[1][2] Following an explosion in the engine room, the Fulvia caught fire near the Canary Isles on 19 July 1970, and had to be evacuated. She later sunk while being towed to Tenerife.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Asklander, Micke. "M/S Oslofjord (1949)". Fakta om Fartyg (in in Swedish). Retrieved 2008-02-29. 
  2. ^ Miller, William H. Jr. (1995). Pictorial Encyclopedia of Ocean Liners, 1860-1994. New York: Dover Publications. p. 92. ISBN 0-486-28137-X. 

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