S.S. Eugenio C & Big Red Boat II
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Photographs taken in Freeport
By Klaas Krijnen
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Premier Cruises postcard of SS The Big Red Boat II
Authors private collection
Although her red hull looking rather faded, internally she was in excellent condition
With the Bridge looking so spotless and well maintained it looked like she was ready to sail
Looking toward the Bridge
Aft decks and pool
Promenade deck looked like it was awaiting passengers to board, but they never came
at her internal photographs whilst she was in
you cry knowing that her next stop was a toxic laden beach in
One of her excellent cabins
named SS Big Red, she is seen bunkering in the
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Page One … The SS Eugenio C history.
Page Two … Photo Album.
Page Three … Big Red Boat II – Photo album - laid
Page One … The
“Blue Water Liners sailing to the distant shores.
I watched them come, I watched them go and I watched them die.”
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