(ZEROHEDGE) – If you've ever asked yourself where cruise ships go to die after they are decommissioned, the answer is Turkey.
At a dock in Western Turkey where they used to handle cargo and container ships, they are now focused on the dismantling of old and unused cruise ships for scrap metal. And business is booming, according to Reuters.
Kamil Onal, chairman of a ship recycling industrialists' association, said: "But after the pandemic, cruise ships changed course towards Aliaga in a very significant way. There was growth in the sector due to the crisis. When the ships couldn't find work, they turned to dismantling."
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