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Tirrenia's Nuraghes in Civitavecchia
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No: 4876   Contributor: Fred Claessen   Year: 2008   Manufacturer: Fincantieri-Cantieri Navali, Italy   Country: Italy
Tirrenia's Nuraghes in Civitavecchia

Photo of the Cruise Ferry Nuraghes, taken 31 March 2008.
The 2005 Fincantieri built Nuraghes is 214m long, 39,780 GT and can take 3,000 passengers.
The shipping company Tirrenia di Navigazione is Italian state owned and operates a fleet of 22 vessels on internal Italian routes and to Croatia and Albania.
Picture added on 02 May 2008
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In my opinion a big improvement would be a lounge with picture windows facing forward under the bridge! It appears to be totally blank there!

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