1963/64 Ships & Sailing Schedules

Ocean Liners & Cruise Ships of Port Everglades



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President Monroe 1940 President Monroe American President Line
Built: 1940 Gross tons: 9255 Length: 492ft Beam: 70ft Draft: 27ft Speed: 16.5kn Registry: USA Passengers: 96 First Class

This combination passenger-cargo liner operated an Around-the-World route from Nov 1946 to Dec 1965, although Port Everglades was not added until the early 1960s. Interport sailings were also available. The President Monroe had a high standard of accommodations, with all outside staterooms, well-appointed lounge with a bar, library, outdoor pool and intimate dining salon.

SAILING SCHEDULE of President Monroe - all sailings
Sep 24President Monroe arrives on around-the-world voyage westbound from San Francisco via the Far East, Suez Canal, Mediterranean & New York; departs on around-the-world voyage westbound to Cristobal, Balboa, Acapulco, San Francisco, Honolulu, Yokohama, Kobe, Hong Kong, Saigon, Singapore, Penang, Cochin, Bombay, Karachi, Suez, Port Said, Alexandria, Naples, Marseille, Genoa, Livorno, New York & Port Everglades.
May 5President Monroe arrives on around-the-world voyage westbound from San Francisco via the Far East, Suez Canal, Mediterranean & New York; departs on around-the-world voyage westbound to Cristobal, Balboa, Acapulco, San Francisco, Honolulu, Yokohama, Kobe, Hong Kong, Saigon, Singapore, Penang, Cochin, Bombay, Karachi, Suez, Port Said, Alexandria, Naples, Marseille, Genoa, Livorno, New York & Port Everglades.
Aug 25President Monroe arrives on around-the-world voyage westbound from San Francisco via the Far East, Suez Canal, Mediterranean & New York; departs on around-the-world voyage westbound to Cristobal, Balboa, Acapulco, San Francisco, Honolulu, Yokohama, Kobe, Hong Kong, Saigon, Singapore, Penang, Cochin, Bombay, Karachi, Suez, Port Said, Alexandria, Naples, Marseille, Genoa, Livorno, New York & Port Everglades.

Dec 17, 2017 / Port Everglades 1963-64 Ships & Sailings / Copyright ©2001-2017 by Joe DePasquale

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