MS Sunward II leaving the port of Miami, 1980
|Builder||De Rotterdamsche Droogdok, Rotterdam, Netherlands|
|Launched||2 February 1971|
|Identification||IMO number: 7046936|
|Fate||Scrapped 2014 at Alang, India|
|Length||148 m (486 ft)|
|Beam||22 m (72 ft)|
|Draught||6.15 m (20 ft)|
|Decks||7 (passenger decks)|
|Propulsion||Four 12-cylinder Stork-Werkspoor diesel engines|
|Speed||21.5 knots (39.8 km/h; 24.7 mph)|
MV Coral (formerly Triton, Sunward II, Cunard Adventurer) was a cruise ship in service for Louis Cruises until 2011. She was a Cunard Line cruise ship that operated from 1971 to 1977. She was the first of the company's vessels in the 20th century to bear a name that did not end in "ia" or begin with "Queen."
Sold in 1977, Cunard Adventurer became Sunward II for Norwegian Cruise Line. During her refit, her QE2 style funnel was removed and replaced by a NCL style funnel. In April 2005 she was sold at auction to Louis Cruises.
Louis announced in May 2013 that for the 2014 season, Coral was to be renamed Louis Rhea, to reflect the company's Hellenic heritage. However, in December the plans were cancelled and she was reported to have been sold to a scrap firm in Aliağa, Turkey and subsequently to Alang, India. She arrived in Alang for breaking on 30 January 2014.
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