Henna Scrapped in India

Henna Scrapping

The former HNA Henna has hit the beaches in India for scrapping, according to local sources.

The 47,000-ton vessel was sold for scrap value earlier this year after a short service period with HNA in the Chinese market.

She originally launched in 1986 for Carnival Cruise Line as the newbuild Jubilee.

In 2004 she was transferred to P&O Cruises Australia as the Pacific Sun.

Eight years later she was sold to HNA, which started service with the ship in 2013 before winding down operations two years later.

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