MS Kungsholm Brass Ships Passageway Lights – Removable Cage
Built in 1966 by the John Brown & Company shipyard in Clydebank, Scotland as a combined ocean liner cruise ship for the Swedish American Line.
Italian made and designed passageway light, which can be mounted landscape or portrait.
The Cage is easily removed , giving you the option of two styles. Thick ribbed glass with seals.
Suitable for a whole host of decor styles and environments , we love these lights as they really sum up the design and quality that goes into ships lighting.
As with all original and reclaimed lights slight variations may occur.
Fitted with a CE certified bulb holder. Superb marine quality ships lighting.
9in 23cm Length
5in 13cm Width
5.5in 14cm Depth with Cage
4.5in 11.5cm Depth without Cage
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Vat is not payable for our customers outside the EU.
MS Kungsholm also sailed under the names MV Sea Princess, MV Victoria, MV Oceanic II and MV Mona Lisa as a cruise ship owned by Leonardo Shipping and operated under charter by Lord Nelson Seereisen.
In September 2010 she was retired from service as she did not fullfill requirements to SOLAS 2010 and her charter with Lord Nelson Seereisen had ended. She was bought by the Korean Daewoo company and moved to Duqm, Oman, where she operated under the name Veronica as floating hotel until October 2013.
MS Kungsholm was then laid up for two years until sold to ship breakers in Alang, India in late 2015. Scrapping took place the following year in May, 2016