To Prudential-Grace Lines.

The Santa Mariana (14,442 grt, 547 ft. long), was one of four sisters built for the traditional Grace Line
service to the west coast of South America. Grace merged with Prudential Line in 1970.
The company eventually settled for the Prudential name and the four Santas
continued sailing for the company until being sold (with her sisters) to the Delta Line in the early 1980s.
Together with two of her sisters she was scrapped in 1988.

From a 1968 combined Grace Line/Moore-McCormack Lines cruise brochure.

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This page last updated December 11, 2005.