Cruise ships are disappearing all over the world.
In Europe, the number of cruise ships in service is growing rapidly, while in Asia, the U.S., and even Canada, there are fewer and fewer ships to be had.
In the last decade, the cruise industry in Europe has grown at a staggering rate, from zero in 2002 to over $1 billion in 2015.
This year, the European Union is set to spend over $40 billion on cruise ships to replace older ships that are being phased out.
With this expansion in cruise ship traffic, the loss of a cruise ship is a huge loss to the shipping industry and a massive tragedy for the local community.
A cruise liner in Germany is known as a “cruise wreck.”
However, it is a different story in the United States.
While cruise ships are often considered as a lost cause, the real loss is to the ship owners.
A year ago, a ship that was sunk in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of France was found to be in good condition, but when it was first discovered it was not immediately clear why.
On the surface, the wreck looked very good.
The captain had put on a suit and tie and was wearing a white shirt.
There were no visible marks on the wreck, but there was a big hole in the hull of the ship.
In addition to the obvious damage to the hull, there were other obvious signs of damage.
In fact, the ship was so badly damaged that the captain of the French ship was able to salvage it and take it back to France to repair it.
However, this is not the only reason that the ship has been abandoned.
There is another reason for the abandonment of a ship.
There are more cruise ships being sold every year in the U