- Type: Passenger
- Displacement: 11,724 tons
- Dimensions: 492 x 69 x 20 ft.
- Machinery: 2 x 6 cyl Burmeister and Wain diesels, 10068 kW, twin screw = 18.5 knots
- Passengers: 599
- Builder: Chantiers de l'Atlantique, Saint-Nazaire, France, 1966
- Service: Built for Compagnie de Navigation Paquet, Marseille. Carried passengers between Marseille and Haifa, and also operated Eastern Mediterranean cruises. In 1970 she began operating to New York. After 11 years with her original owners, she was sold to Epirotiki Line, underwent a refit, and was renamed Homeric Renaissance. Soon after, she was chartered to Costa Cruises and operated under the name World Renaissance to the early 1980s. She retained that name until 1995 while operating again directly for Epirotiki, often on Caribbean and Amazon river cruises. Sold to Awani Cruises and renamed Awani Dream, she cruised in Asian waters for three years. Then taken over by Royal Olympic Line in 1998 and name returned to World Renaissance. Royal Olympic went bankrupt in 2004 and the ship sailed for several other owners under various names to 2009, when she was withdrawn from service and ended up on the beach at Alang, India, in 2010 for breaking.