Plans For World's Largest Ship Steam Ahead

Wednesday, August 11, 1999
A group of U.S. investors has reportedly picked Honduras as the site to build the world's largest ship, which it plans to turn into a floating city. The so-called "Freedom Ship," which may house more than 20,000 people once completed, will float around the Americas and other continents with passengers who will rent apartments or buy condominiums.
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