Mammoet removes Rolls Royce from cruise ship
Mammoet offloaded an antique 1934 Rolls Royce Saloon, from a Carnival cruise ship, the Carnival Ecstasy, while it was docked in Mobile, Alabama, in the United States.
This car was originally purchased from an antique car dealer in Northern Wales. After spending 30 years on the Carnival Ecstasy’s Rolls Royce Café, the Rolls Royce is being transported to the Meyer Turku shipyard in Finland. There, it will be loaded onto the Carnival Celebration, a cruise ship currently still under construction. Indeed, the Carnival Ecstasy is being retired in October.
The Rolls Royce will join other elements of antique memorabilia from Carnival Cruise Lines, in the new Carnival Celebrations Golden Jubilee bar. The Carnival Celebration is Carnival Cruise Line’s second ship to be powered by Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG). It is scheduled to set sail in November, with a two-week transatlantic trip from Southampton, in the United Kingdom, to Miami, Florida.