Most famously known as the Bolero for Commodore Cruises, she was one of the initial ships to sail from Miami on 7-day cruises. In the summer months, she operated as an overnight car ferry on the Bay of Fundy run between the US and Canada . During her career, she sailed for distinguished lines like Lion Ferry, Fred Olsen, Commodore, cruises from Florida to the Yucatan, Mirage I Gambling Cruises out of Cape Canaveral and Israeli Interests.
The Bolero operated as the Bolero, Scandinavica, Bolero, Jupiter, Cruciero Express, Seminole Express, Mirage I and Club Mirage.
It is a shame that this pocket 14,250 ton cruise pioneer/ferry met her end after 39 years of service.
The Bolero was constructed by Chantier Dubigeon Normandie Nantes Saint Nazaire, France.
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