Did You Ever Wonder What Happened to Home Lines Atlantic?


Home Lines Atlantic Entering Hamilton Bermuda
Home Lines Atlantic Entering Hamilton Bermuda
Ever wonder what happened to the popular Atlantic (1982) of Home Lines fame? The Atlantic was build for the ever popular Home Lines to sail from New York to Bermuda in the spring, summer and fall and the Caribbean in the winter. The ship is modest in size, at 33,000 tons - about 25% the size of the mega-ships today. Home Lines was a very popular cruise line which operated great ships like the Homeric, Oceanic, Italia and Doric.

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