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Old 03-30-2009, 12:43 PM
 
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Default This week in History from WJ

I read with interest the March 23ed "this week in history" section of the waterways journal. (It can be found next to Alan Bates great article.)
The ten years ago section mentions that Ingalls shipyard announced a deal with American Classic Voyages to build up to three cruise ships. I believe these were the ships being built for the Hawaiian trade. What happened to these ships after ACV went bankrupt. I believe one was about 75-80% complete and the other was about 20-30%.
What happened to them and on the same subject what happened to the Cape May Light and Cape Cod Light they build for the east coast?
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