Robert palmer - sailing shoes / hey julia / sneakin' sally through the alley


Although he originally intended to construct the ship in Durban , Gous presented his £500 million proposal to Belfast City Council in June 2000. [12] He commissioned Olsen Designs to design the ship, advised by Harland and Wolff Technical Services who produced a feasibility study , and Callcott Anderson to design the interior. In November 2000, he began his attempts to raise capital, including through government grants and a stock market flotation. [13] After signing an agreement with a Monaco-based investment banking company, Gous claimed that construction would begin at Harland and Wolff within nine months. [14] The design changed repeatedly, with claims emerging of 'the world's largest liner' with capacity for 2,600 passengers, and increasingly divergent plans for a heliport, swimming pools and discos eventually being released. [15] In 2006, after repeatedly failing to secure investment, the project was abandoned. [15]


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