THE eerie wreck of an abandoned cruise ship has been left to rot on a tourist beach in a tropical paradise.
It was first sold to the Danish company BEWA Cruises and then two years later to Adventure Cruises Inc.
In 1990 the ship was registered Liberia and after six years he completely renovated it.
The globetrotting ship had a lounge, a library, a sun deck with a swimming pool and a small fitness center.
Its length is 287ft (87m) and it could carry about 140 people.
But the interesting day on April 30, 2000, is unknown rocks ended his naval career.
The ship began to list and the captain Oliver Kruess had no choice but to they dropped him in the beautiful Sandfly Way on the Nggela Islands.
British passenger David Wright described the moment the ship was brought to Roderick Bay.
“It was just driven along the beach, and it broke the trees in the forest, which extends to the beach,” he said. The Herald.
“It was very impressive. And when we got to the beach, we saw a tree hanging in front of the boat.”
Everyone on board was safely evacuated, but the submarine has been evacuated they were left to rust and slowly fall into the sea.
Several rescue companies have tried to retrieve the ship, but to no avail.
The ferry has become a popular tourist attraction for locals and visitors to the Solomon Islands.