Found ABANDONED SHIP! Big CRUISE SHIP on a desert island - DC Machines

Found ABANDONED SHIP! Big CRUISE SHIP on a desert island

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What an amazing find! Not everyday you stumble upon an abandoned cruise ship. I wouldn't call it "thrash" though, it's obviously a safe haven for bats. It's just like in Chernobyl; when people leave nature gets a chance to recuperate. I can’t believe you guys walked around with those bats flying everywhere! You couldn’t pay me enough to do that! The thrill must have been greater than the fear! Of all the things to find on a deserted island, I never would have guessed a cruise ship! This ship is the Galaxy. It's a 70-room cruise ship that was supposed to be used as a hotel, but for whatever reason it's not being used now, probably because of the cost of upkeep on the aging vessel. At one point, in the room with all the dishes, you guys noticed a you thought resembled Aladdin's lamps - those are what we call 'gravy boats' - very common in North American, GB, and many European countries. They're used to hold gravy, a liquid made from the juice from cooking turkeys, roast beef, etc., and mixed with flour to thicken it up - then the thick liquid can be poured over the meat, mashed potatoes, whatever they feel like eating with it. The thing you found at the end that you called an aircraft engine is actually a large refrigeration compressor. Inside the room where there were others with the cylinder heads still on, you could see a gas cylinder with a manifold gauge set for troubleshooting the systems. This was likely the machinery room for the fire pumps and refrigeration equipment. They were probably responsible or maintaining cold temperatures for refrigerated cargo and food for the passengers.

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