MV Astoria is a ship that was constructed in 1948 as the transatlantic ocean liner Stockholm for Swedish American Line, and rebuilt as a cruise ship in 1993. The MV Astoria is the world’s oldest active cruise ship. The MV Astoria is 75 years old and has a long and storied history.

The MV Astoria is currently operated by Cruise & Maritime Voyages. She sails on a variety of itineraries in Europe, the Caribbean, and the Mediterranean. The MV Astoria has a total of 11 decks. The decks are numbered from A to G, with A being the top deck and G being the bottom deck. The ship has a variety of facilities, including a swimming pool, a casino, a theater, and a library.

The MV Astoria is powered by two steam turbines that produce 28,000 horsepower. She has a cruising speed of 21 knots (24 mph).

Here are some of the physical details of the MV Astoria:

  • Length: 278 meters
  • Beam: 30 meters
  • Draft: 9.8 meters
  • Gross tonnage: 29,100 tons
  • Passenger capacity: 1,250
  • Crew: 400